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Scared Poopless: The Straight Scoop on Dog Care from Dogs4Dogs

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The Scared Poopless: The Straight Scoop on Dog Care is a highly informative and remarkably funny guide on caring for your dog! With so many topics like grooming, behavior, diet, holistic strategies and remedies and conventional treatments, this book would be a resourceful tool to have in your home!

Manufacturer Description

This is a wonderful book! Writing from her earnest, unique, canine point of view, Chiclet a peppery 4-lb. Maltese imparts crucial information in a fun, easy-to-read style. She and her human companion, Jan Rasmusen, have done an incredible job researching and distilling information that every dog guardian should know. Chiclet (and Jan) decided to get writing after Chiclet's true love, Jiggy, developed severe immune-mediated liver disease. His long journey back to health (mainly through a homemade diet) triggered the extensive research that resulted in this book. Their website provides complete support for the book. This book aims to explode every common myth and cover virtually every aspect of canine care; all in an entertaining and painless fashion. The importance of regular check-ups, spaying and neutering, dental care, home and travel safety, and pest control are emphasized. Behavior, housing, surgery, adoption, rehoming, and even death get the same even-pawed, thoughtful treatment. I was particularly glad to see a discussion about providing for your pet if you die first. Though Chiclet clearly thinks holistically, there's not too much here that any vet should argue with though conventional thinkers may be uncomfortable with the way Chiclet's sharp teeth (and wit) dissect the medical, pharmaceutical, and pet food industries, and raw diets still aren't widely accepted. (It doesn't hurt that I agree with almost everything Chiclet says, but I must say, her logic is flawless!) I sat down one snowy morning to glance at this book, preparing to muddle through it at some future date. Instead, I was utterly hooked within a few sentences, and finished the entire book in a day. I have rarely been so impressed by any publication! Chiclet's chatty style provides massive amounts of information in a format that will convince people that they are just having a fun read .... -- Jean Hofve, DVM, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association