Your Happy Healthy Pet Guides are back with DVDs

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Hot on the tail of Spring 2008’s launch of the series’ fully revamped new editions, Your Happy Healthy Pet Guides are back with five amazing new books!

The new additions to the Your Happy Healthy Pet series includes:

  • BULLDOG: YOUR HAPPY HEALTHY PET, 2nd Edition by Liz Palika (December 2008, $16.99/Cloth, ISBN: 9780470390542)
  • BEAGLE: YOUR HAPPY HEALTHY PET, 2nd Edition by Elaine Waldorf Gewirtz (December 2008, $16.99/Cloth, ISBN: 9780470390559)
  • BASSET HOUND: YOUR HAPPY HEALTHY PET, 2nd Edition by Terry Albert (December 2008, $16.99/Cloth, ISBN: 9780470390566)
  • COCKER SPANIEL: YOUR HAPPY HEALTHY PET, 2nd Edition by Liz Palika (February 2009, $16.99/Cloth, ISBN: 9780470390603)
  • PEMBROKE WELSH CORGI: YOUR HAPPY HEALTHY PET , 2nd Edition by Debra M. Eldredge, DVM (February 2009, $16.99/Cloth, ISBN: 9780470390610)

Each book features all new full-color photography and a 30-minute training DVD with tips from expert dog trainer Peggy Moran. Unlike typical dog training DVDs with a “one-size-fits-all” approach, Your Happy Healthy Pet videos include training methods that are designed specifically for medium-sized dogs, plus bonus material that is breed-specific. These fully-revised all-encompassing guides feature everything new dog owners need to know including:

  • preparing for a new pup
  • the training approach
  • practical commands like heeling and staying
  • correcting inappropriate behaviors like jumping up and chewing
  • fun tricks like shaking and rolling over
  • geriatric care

Whether you’re a proud new dog owner, or simply trying to teach an old dog new tricks, Your Happy Healthy Pet Guides are here to help!

About the Authors:

Liz Palika is an award-winning author with more than 40 books to her credit, including The Ultimate Dog Treat Cookbook, Purebred Dog Rescue Adoption, Senior Dogs For Dummies, and several titles in the Happy Healthy Pet series. Her book Save That Dog! won the ASPCA Pet Overpopulation Answers Award, and Save That Dog! and Australian Shepherd: Champion of Versatility (both from Howell Book House) won Maxwell Awards from the Dog Writers Association of America. Palika’s work has been published in a variety of magazines, including Newsweek, The Saturday Evening Post, Dog World, Dog Fancy, and The AKC Gazette.

Elaine Waldorf Gewirtz is the author of numerous magazine articles on dogs and author or contributor of several books including Pugs For Dummies, Your Yorkshire Terriers Life, and Dogs The Ultimate Care Guide. She’s also a multiple winner of the Dog Writers’ Association of America’s Maxwell Award for Excellence, and the recipient of the ASPCA Special Writing Award. A graduate of UCLA’s Masters in Writing Program, Elaine is a member of the Dog Writers’ Association of America and the Independent Writers of Southern California.

Terry Albert, an award winning artist and writer, has been involved with animals all of her life. Her experience with dogs, cats, and horses, animal rescue, dog training and pet sitting has given her up-close experience with many breeds. She has served on the Board of Directors for Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue, LabMed, and the Humane Society of Seattle/King Co. She was an active volunteer for Collie and Lab rescue in So. Calif., a founding member of Southern California Labrador Retriever Rescue, and Public Education Coordinator for the Puget Sound Labrador Retriever Association.

Debra Eldredge, DVM is an award-winning writer, from both the Dog Writer’s Association of America and the Cat Writers Association. She has been in private small-animal practice since graduating from Cornell in 1980, where she became the first recipient of the Gentle Doctor Award. Dr. Eldredge is a columnist for agilityaction.com and Dogs in Review. She has written freelance articles for Off Lead, Corgi Cryer, Tervuren News Tales, Your Dog, Catnip, Puppies USA, Cats USA, and Cat Fancy. She has competed successfully in virtually every dog sport available and has guided her daughter Kate and son Tom in the raising and training of their dogs. Deb wrote the award-winning book Pills for Pets and is the co-author of The Everything Guide to Dog Health and Cancer and Your Pet.

Peggy Moran has been working professionally to educate dogs and their owners since 1975. Her background includes hosting seminars at veterinary conferences, training animal shelter personnel, and serving as the behavioral consultant to the American Dog Owners’ Association. She received the ASPCA’s “Pet Overpopulation Answers Award” in 2000, through the Dog Writers Association of America, and has been featured on television and radio programs for her work with dogs. Peggy currently offers training at her Lemont, Illinois training facility and also consults with dog owners around the world via her website, www.dogimprovement.com.

If you would like to receive a review copy or author interview, please feel free to contact me at 201.748.6904 or via email at anewton@wiley.com.

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