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Tammy M. (verified owner) – May 4, 2015
A.J. Martin (verified owner) – May 11, 2015
A necessary book for every household with a dog and, oh well, also a cat.
Amazon Customer (verified owner) – June 16, 2015
good read and helpful info thx deb
Li (verified owner) – August 3, 2015
Excellent book! This book literally has a remedy even for removing porcupine quills, acne, etc. I saved $800 by using some of the remedies in this book when the vet wanted to keep my dog overnight and leave me with a huge bill. I definitely recommend this book.
Bruce (verified owner) – August 23, 2015
Could cause problems. Dogs and Cats can have an allergic reaction to these “home remedies.” Meaning the cure can be worse than the bite.
Shorty (verified owner) – September 1, 2015
Very helpful iam my puppy doctor, it’s a really good book
christina (verified owner) – September 7, 2015
Helpful book for pet owners
Bryan B. (verified owner) – October 20, 2015
Boone (verified owner) – November 9, 2015
Lots of good and useful tips in this book.
Jodie (verified owner) – January 12, 2016
Okay but I’ve seen better
JeanDucksfan (verified owner) – February 3, 2016
Great book for easy referance. It covers just about everything from natural to more vet type info.
Amanda (verified owner) – February 4, 2016
It really is the “Doctors Book” and it is great
Carol P. Everett (verified owner) – February 14, 2016
Great book in keeping from going to the vet for simple pet remedies.
C. Wilkes (verified owner) – March 1, 2016
M. L. Grill (verified owner) – April 29, 2016
Lots of information in this book. Well worth it.
marsha heisley (verified owner) – July 4, 2016
Just didn’t have what I needed. It’s ok
Ken (verified owner) – July 27, 2016
a must have
Natasha Parmassar-Besson (verified owner) – August 3, 2016
Useful! It doesn’t replace the veterinarian but helpful in many cases!
Ann Miani (verified owner) – August 16, 2016
A must for all animal owners.
jeanette (verified owner) – September 19, 2016
Very informative. Easy to understand
Wexil (verified owner) – December 17, 2016
Some gems in here.
Thomas Hall (verified owner) – January 27, 2017
J P Landahl (verified owner) – May 19, 2017
I got this to know more about my cats. Great information.
Beata Matukaitis (verified owner) – June 7, 2017
Ok book thought more would be in it
Titania Bard (verified owner) – July 29, 2017
This is a great book of helpful suggestions for common heath problems in both cats and dogs . Of course it shouldn’t replace your vet ,but it’s very useful .
David Flewelling (verified owner) – August 11, 2017
Very informative stuff about dogs I never would have guessed.
D. Patterson (verified owner) – August 21, 2017
Well worth the investment
Jeannette E>.Schwerbel (verified owner) – September 22, 2017
Way better than Rodale’s newest book of hints.
Tom (verified owner) – October 3, 2017
Best damn book ever. At least I will know if the vet is screwing us or knot
Leonard (verified owner) – October 27, 2017
The Doctors Book of Home Remedies for Dogs and…i love it
Barbara Jean Young (verified owner) – December 1, 2017
Gigi Bianchi (verified owner) – January 11, 2018
I have this book, and use it all of the time. This one I purchased for my sister who just rescued a dog.
Suzanne Natafji (verified owner) – July 23, 2018
I’ve got to say it: This book, written by panels of DVMs, VMDs, Ph.Ds, DDSs, trainers, etc., has some good advice.After our last beloved American Eskimo passed away last winter, we got a male and a female Eskie from American Eskimo Rescue here in Texas. Our female mouths and nips, which may be why she was in rescue. I turned to pages 330-332, to learn that this book suggests placing coins in the bottom of a can or jar and shaking them loudly when our girl does this. She doesn’t like the disturbing noise, associates the nips with the noise, and stops the behavior.Our boy is a ‘community barker’ with another dog 1 street away; his ‘duets’ needed to be remedied. Pages 61-65 mention some ways to deal with this. I used some of the advice that I read, but I ended up going to him at the window, leashing him, giving him a collar pop when I say ‘come’, bringing him in the living room with me (or another interior room), and attaching the leash to my sofa. After 5-10 minutes, I de-leash him. Now, when he does his ‘duet’ with his pal, I just go to him, clap my hands, say ‘come’, he wags his tail, runs to where I sit, and automatically lies down next to me. Because our boy is 4 years old and not a pup, it took me 2 months of constant work to get him to this point. He gets better at NOT barking as time goes by.I’m now working on his stopping poop eating (pages 189-192) and getting him not to do it, while he is on his walk.This undersized, 1997, paperback book has 480 pages, with detailed information about 1,000+ solutions to pet problemsBecause this book was published 21 years ago, I use it to double check for more current information, if it exists, on the internet. I then use this combined information when I have to interface with our own vet about the health of one of our dogs.The authors are the editors of Prevention Magazine and a panel of pet doctors and related professionals.The publisher is Bantam Books, NYC.This book should be a staple on all dog and cat owners’ bookshelves.
C. Bruck (verified owner) – July 28, 2018
I have been using this book for years and have given it as a gift to my fellow pet owners. It has saved me money for sure. Especially when the vet is closed and I am on my own with an ill dog.
gejome (verified owner) – September 10, 2018
Every pet owner should have this book, in the event that their cat or dog should ever need medical treatment
Diane M. Fowler (verified owner) – October 18, 2018
isn’t very detailed, not much real home treatments – more common sense things.
Louis Gilbert (verified owner) – October 24, 2018
Amazon Customer (verified owner) – December 6, 2018
We use this book as a reference manual for Dogs, and we give it as a gift to anyone that gets a new dog. It is an awesome manual.
Cynthia Bauerle (verified owner) – December 29, 2018
Leanna Collins (verified owner) – January 4, 2019
Very comprehensive but easy to understand. Full of helpful tips!
MRS.J (verified owner) – January 22, 2019
Joseph Millwood (verified owner) – April 3, 2019
Good information to have on hand. I breed high quality Rottweilers and German Shepherds and you can never know enough. Buy other books never rely on one. Keep learning.
StarrHers (verified owner) – May 5, 2019
As an owner of 2 young, energetic, & very inquisitive mini schnausers, this is a great book to have on hand. Could possibly save me from a vet visit for something very minor. I’m an overly protective owner.
M. Downing (verified owner) – May 28, 2019
This book is an excellent self-help book for pet owners and I like the way each subject is separated by dog or cat so you don’t have to read the whole remedy and then find out it doesn’t apply to your pet. This book could stabilize your pet for transport to a vet or save your pet’s life in an emergency. Highly recommend!
Sasha (verified owner) – June 18, 2019
The book full of useful information. It’s a “must have book” for dog or cat owner.
Bloodrainna (verified owner) – June 27, 2019
It’s a very good read an informative
Amazon Customer (verified owner) – July 12, 2019
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