Here are some dog care books I highly recommend. Some are natural care books by such notable veterinarians such as Dr Judy Morgan and Dr Karen Becker, some are recipe books, one is even about Stella the Talking Dog (yes you read that correctly) by Christina Hunger. If you can get only one book, get The Forever Dog, it will change both your life and your dog’s life for the better!
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