What's Up With My Dog?


Author: Bruce Fogle,RSPCA Staff

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781740335164

Category: Cats

Page: 96

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Best - selling author and vet Dr. Bruce Fogle offers a lifeline to owners anxious to give their pet the best possible care. Whether your dog has a worrying symptom, needs crisis first aid, or just seems out of sorts, the reassuring advice in What's Up With My Dog? will help you decide on the best course of action. bull; 27 flowcharts diagnose symptoms from scratching to choking bull; Advice for first - aid emergencies bull; Breed - specific symptoms bull; Full information on all aspects of canine healthcare

The Dog Rescuers

Heartwarming true tails of rescue, recovery and re-homing

Author: RSPCA

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1473559081

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 240

View: 1934


As a nation, we're big fans of man's best friend. Nearly a quarter of all British homes own a dog. Sadly, not all of them receive the love and care they deserve and some dogs are neglected or, worse, abused. Enter The Dog Rescuers. Every day, these dedicated and passionate RSPCA inspectors - like Anthony Joynes - contend with dog owners' abandonment and misuse of their pets, and spring into action on behalf of dogs in trouble, returning them to health, happiness and a loving new home. This collection of heartbreaking but ultimately heartwarming tales follows the likes of puppy Clover, who suffered damage to her face and lips, and Flint, the Lurcher who’d been used for badger baiting and lost most of his tail. When all seems lost, the RSPCA’s dog rescuers are on hand, providing vital support to get Clover, Flint and friends the help they need and into forever families so that they don’t just survive, they thrive.

Getting Out

Excerpts from a Cat's Diary

Author: John Woodcock

Publisher: John Woodcock

ISBN: 1441445609

Category: Humor

Page: 430

View: 5089


Getting Out - Excerpts from a Cat's Diary is the first book in a trilogy of at least four books (according to the author). Translated from the original Cat by John Woodcock. It is a humorous 'diary' where 'Bridget Jones' meets 'The Great Escape' head on. The escapee is a domestic cat who believes that he is a great diarist and describes, in his own words, his almost daily escape attempts. Over 400, yes four hundred pages of laughter!

Wellington Square

Author: Keith Gaines

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN: 0174016395


Page: 322

View: 4019


Teacher?s Resource Pack contains a guide on how to successfully use Wellington Square in the classroom The popular Do-it-Yourself books provide pupils with the opportunity to make and personalise their own story book Contains worksheets, copymasters, little books and phonic worksheet copymasters

Intelligent and Loyal

Author: Jilly Cooper

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1446497992

Category: Pets

Page: 176

View: 622


A celebration of the mongrel. The mongrel occupies a special place in our hearts and homes. Jilly Cooper collected stories from hundreds of owners to write this engaging and affectionate tribute. She presents a delightful account of the lives and natures of a vast assortment of dogs of doubtful parentage: a fascinating, moving and entertaining chronicle of their exploits and accomplishments, their bravery, devotion and wisdom. Jilly's special method of classification enables you to tell instantly if your pet is a Woolly Whitejaw, a Borderline Collie, a Bertrand Russell or a Lancashire Hot Pet. At last, our mongrels have achieved the recognition they have so long deserved...


The Phenomena of Status Dogs and Weapon Dogs

Author: Simon Harding

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 1447316207

Category: Social Science

Page: 208

View: 1962


Drawing on evidence from both sides of the Atlantic, Simon Harding explores the culture of the status dog in Unleashed. In housing projects in the United States and United Kingdom, certain dog breeds convey status—authority, respect, power, and control—on their owners, while urban street gangs have developed the dangerous practice of training dogs to be weapons. Combining perspectives from sociology, criminology, and public policy, Harding contextualizes these related phenomena and considers the complex mix of factors motivating them, including urban deprivation, social control of public space, and the influence of media imagery.

Parliamentary Debates

Standing committees : House of Commons official report

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

Publisher: N.A


Category: Great Britain

Page: N.A

View: 3517