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Owning a dog s one of life’s r at oy , b t ometim s the chall nge it bring ca make even th most evo ed d g lo ers pani , throw up heir h nds, o feel co plete y over he med. Before you get to the e d of y ur eas , urn to hi fri ndly a d re at ble eference tha ’s the ne t best th ng to alk ng t a d g-own ng friend ho s seen it al .

In h My og, ni al r ht a ti ist eth Os rosky tern has comp led tips and i val able adv ce f om xperts—and from h r ow experience as do ow er—to sooth c n ern , answer questi ns big an small and help you and your d g g t th mo t o t of you re ati nshi . F om the oment you eve con ide getti g a dog o caring for you ld ri nd whe hi pup y y ars ar far beh nd hi , Oh y D g c vers e ery ng e f d g owne ship, inclu in :

• Which bre ds would be good atch f r me?

W at d I lo k f r in vet?

H w do I m ke s re our rst ni h tog ther is s st ess-f ee as po si le

• What ac iv ties will h p me bond with y do ?

• Is my d g sh wi g sign of il nes ?

• Wh t sho ld I know bef e I ead to a dogg e day a e or pa k

• Ho do I re d pet fo la el

• Wh t sho ld I do in an merg ncy?Ch c f ll of informative sid bars q estionnaire , to-do l sts, and much, uch m re, Oh My og is the ser-f ie dl gu de for anybody who o ns a og r is co sid ring g tti g ne

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Beth

Ost osky


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Dogs.