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Review - “The Ultimate Guide To Dog Health”

Knowing when to take your dog to the vet and when to let him “self-regulate” is a pretty tricky business – how do you tell when he needs to see a professional? After all, it’s not as if you can rely on your dog to let you know.

Nobody likes forking out $80 for a needless visit to the vet, but then again no conscientious dog-owner can bear to contemplate their dog’s suffering, either! Frankly, it’s a bit of a quandary.

I’ve owned dogs on my whole life, and this is still something that I’ve never been 100% comfortable with. Of course, I’d always rather be safe than sorry, which has resulted in many unnecessary trips to the vet.

I’ve also always wished for the kind of solid grounding in canine medical basics which would enable me to confidently decide for myself when my dog needs to see the vet - and when I can save both him and myself the hassle. Not to say a sizable sum in vet fees.

Stress-Free Dog Care

You can imagine the relief I felt when I happened across The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health It was uncanny: this guide is exactly what I was looking for. It’s complete and detailed, covering all the common health problems (both serious and not) that dogs suffer from.

The main focus is on being prepared and taking preventative action. It teaches you how to accurately diagnose, with the assistance of step-by-step flowcharts, whether he’ll be fine by himself or whether he needs to see the vet. And, if so, how urgently the vet should be seen.

It’s packed with knowledge and advice from veterinarians and trained dog-care specialists, it’s easy on the eye and reader-friendly and clear explanations that are easy for anyone to understand.

In a nutshell, it’s detailed but easy to understand. It is comprehensive and covers all of the common ailments and illnesses. It’s also knowledgeable (while retaining a conversational, easy-to-understand tone) and it gives you the kind of introduction to canine healthcare that’ll allow you to take good care of your dog – without spending unnecessary time and effort trying to absorb the jargon of a veterinary textbook!

What’s Actually Covered?

The book deals with all the common problems and ailments suffered by dogs. It covers issues like toothache and dental trouble, ear infections, skin rashes and chafing, eye irritations, worming issues, and lameness; chronic problems like vomiting, diarrhea, coughing, asthma, breathing trouble, and liver problems; more severe issues like arthritis and cancer; and symptomatic “alerts” like hair loss, lethargy, and behavioral changes.

On top of that, you also learn how to pick up early warning signs by identifying and accurately interpreting your dog’s body language; how to groom your dog quickly and effectively; how to take good care of his teeth and gums; how to administer medicine safely and easily; and how to recognize the early warning signs of health trouble through behavioral and physical changes.
All this information is fully supplemented by full-color diagrams, photographs, and illustrations.

My Favorite Part

While it’s great to learn about canine anatomy and medical problems, the thing that I wanted to know more than anything else was: How can I tell how serious the problem is, and when do I need to take my dog to the vet?

So I was particularly happy to note the presence of the many and detailed symptom charts, which were designed especially to help owners make solid decisions about their dog’s healthcare. Each chart starts from the specific symptoms of a particular ailment (you just follow the “branches” of the flowchart, depending on the symptoms that your dog has) and tells you the recommended path of treatment for each one, as well as advising whether veterinary care should be sought – and if so, how urgently. Pure genius!

Something for Nothing

In addition to the fully illustrated, 240-page guide and if you buy it through the link below you will also get these four excellent bonus books. It’s on special offer at the moment and at $37 it will be the best investment you make today!

Special Bonuses Include:

“The Ultimate Guide to Dog First Aid”
, which is an incredibly useful resource for those situations requiring an immediate response (including how to perform the canine Heimlich maneuver and doggie CPR). This could save your “best friend’s” life in an emergency.

“180 Gourmet Recipes for Your Dog”, which really teaches you how to indulge your pooch’s taste buds;

“101 Ways to Spoil Your Dog for Under $10”, detailing all kinds of luxuries-on-a-budget and activities for you and your dog to enjoy together; and

“20 Super-Healthy Recipes for Your Dog” – which proves that doggie health-food is as delicious as anything else! These books have a combined value of over $80 – not a bad freebie!

The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health: Summed Up

All in all, I couldn’t be happier with this product. It’s exactly what I was looking for – and even if I hadn’t spent the last decade or so wishing for a book just like it, I think I’d still snap it up in a second: it’s that useful.

This is an information resource that every responsible dog owner should have access to. Not only does it enable you to make good decisions about the more serious health issues commonly suffered by dogs, but you learn a lot about the minor, day-to-day ailments and afflictions that almost every dog will encounter from time to time, as well as a host of useful facts on preventative care.

This comprehensive guide to dog health will help you to spot little problems before they become big ones: truly indispensable.

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