Children and Canine Interactions
It can be hard, both emotionally and physically, when your dog has cancer and often times, children and teenagers blame themselves. In the Dog Cancer Survival Guide, Dr. Dressler illustrates a number of ways you are able to reduce the stress and blame your family may feel.
Not only is it important to know how to handle those situations, it's also important for children and teenagers to know how to interact with your family pet, as well as, other dogs they might come across.
These books are a simple, yet effective, way of learning exactly how to do that and we hope they can offer you the help and advice you need.