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Mike Mathews Aims to Help Future Owners Correctly Choose the Best Dog For Their Lifestyle with Print-on-Demand Availability of Choosing and Training Your Dog at Lulu.com

Mike Mathews Aims to Help Future Owners Correctly Choose the Best Dog For Their Lifestyle with Print-on-Demand Availability of Choosing and Training Your Dog at Lulu.com










AJAX, ON (PRWEB) October 21, 2006

Mike Mathews, co-author of the popular website Dog-breed-facts.com and dog enthusiast, teaches you how choose and train the right dog for your lifestyle with the publication of Choosing and Training Your Dog in conjunction with Lulu (http://www.lulu.com), the world’s fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.

Choosing and Training Your Dog is a step-by-step guide to helping potential dog owners and new dog owners decide on the dog breed best suited to them. The guide includes detailed instructions on choosing a breed from a litter or adopting an older, as well as what to do and how to train your dog once you get her home.

Mike Mathews wrote Choosing and Training Your Dog to help future dog owners by detailing what you need to know about yourself and your new dog so that the experience of owning a dog will be a good one. He came to Lulu because he wanted to be in control of the publishing process and found Lulu’s print-on-demand tools to be fast, easy and, most importantly, free. Choosing and Training Your Dog is available for purchase at Lulu.com, in a marketplace filled with other unique and wonderful surprises.

“Independent publishing and print-on-demand is the wave of the future, and the future is now,” said Mike Mathews. “The Lulu process allows me to cut out the middle man (i.e. a separate publisher) and get my work out there the way I want it. My book is much like Lulu itself—it puts control of your destiny in your own hands.”

Link to Publication*: http://www.lulu.com/content/456328

ABOUT AUTHOR

Mike Mathews is an editor and co-developer for the popular dog breed site: Dog-breed-facts.com . He provides informative, real-world advice and tips on dog breeds, dog health, dog grooming as well as dog training. He has owned, trained and shown a number of different dog breeds over many years and has learned how to select and train new puppies and dogs..

ABOUT LULU

Founded in 2002, Lulu is the world’s fastest-growing print-on-demand marketplace for digital do-it-yourselfers. Please see http://www.lulu.com for more information.

MEDIA CONTACT:    Mike Mathews, 416-709-0376.

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Dog Owners Agree That 2006 will be the Year of the Dog

Dog Owners Agree That 2006 will be the Year of the Dog










Lexington, KY (PRWEB) December 17, 2005

According to the Chinese calendar 2006 will be The Chinese Year Of The Dog. Those born under this sign are said to be honest, quiet, intelligent, generous, stubborn, loyal and faithful to those they love. For some dog lovers that’s how they see their pets, and keeping them healthy is a big priority.

The past year has seen an increased emphasis on dog health and owners being more proactive in finding answers. Pets are seen as “human” to many owners and are considered to be part of the family. As a result many people are choosing to adopt and care for pets from shelters and other organizations.

The Most Common Dog Health Problems Are:

1. Infections of all kinds. Many dogs suffer some type of infection, with ear infections being the most common, followed by urinary tract infections, eye infections, and other miscellaneous infections.

2. A close second to infections are skin ailments such as hot spots, flea allergy, and dermatitis.

3. Arthritis mostly due to old injuries, such as broken bones.

4. Benign growth such as tumors, warts, or cysts.

5. Problems caused by heart ailments such as dilated cardiomyopathy due to deficiencies and genetics.

6. Being overweight, followed by digestive problems.

Dog owners are becoming health advocates in the care of their pets. ‘How To Keep Your Dog Healthy,’ is a new book that equips dog owners with the knowledge base to improve the lives of their pets. It is not intended to replace the family veterinarian, but to create health awareness among dog owners. Pet health books that use the “How To” approach work well because people want answers fast. A health reference that can explain in common everyday language , and provide step by step care instructions to dog owners is needed. Any resource that can help dog owners improve their dogs health and keep track of all their pets medical and treatment information will prove beneficial.

“How To Keep Your Dog Healthy” is intended to serve the average pet owner as a practical guide to dog health. They usually want specific answers to a specific questions. For them, a book on the general health care of dogs is a reference manual to which they turn whenever the need arises.

For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release (or for a downloadable sample), contact Winfred Jennings or visit http://www.advancesinhealth.com/DG/index.html. “How To Keep

Your Dog Healthy” has been released in Ebook Format for immediate download.

Contact:

Winfred Jennings, Author

How To Keep Your Pet Healthy

859-514-6697

http://www.advancesinhealth.com/DG/index.html

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Find More Dog Health Problem Press Releases

Celebrating the Life of an Icon (In the Shadow of the Family Dog)

Celebrating the Life of an Icon (In the Shadow of the Family Dog)

The second installment of the series “In the Shadow of the Family Dog”.

List Price: $ 2.99

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Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days Interview

We speak to campaign director Karsten Lund about Kane & Lynch 2.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Here’s an excerpt from a documentary that aired a few years ago, chronicling the training program of the University of Minnesota’s 2004-2005 wrestling team, coached by J Robinson. (Note to the network: this is just an excerpt as my goal is to promote the network as a fan, and to encourage the network to make more documentaries about wrestling and wrestlers. If you prefer, I will take it down. I’d actually request that you sell it or make it available on your own site if you’re willing.) If you want to see more programs like this, or to encourage them to make the whole thing available, write to the sports networks and let them know!
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Green Pet Organics? Introduces Simply Wild? Natural Dog Treats

Green Pet Organics™ Introduces Simply Wild™ Natural Dog Treats










Union City, CA (PRWEB) January 14, 2010

Green Pet Organics™ introduces Simply Wild™ Natural Dog Treats, all-natural holistic biscuits made for dogs. Simply Wild™ dog treats come in five different flavors, Maple Glazed Bacon, Peanut Butter, Grilled Bison, Lamb & Trout, Venison & Apple. Simply Wild™ can be used in conjunction with Green Pet Organics™’ Wild Alaskan Salmon Treats™ that are designed to support healthy hearts, joints, coats and skin.

Simply Wild™ treats are made with real whole foods like farm fresh vegetables, nutrient-rich fruits, human grade meats, wild game and omega-rich wild trout. Simply Wild™ treats are made wheat-free, corn-free and soy-free. Simply Wild™ Maple Glazed Bacon flavor contains Potato, Pork, Lecithin, Arrowroot, Blueberries, Maple Syrup, Natural Smoke, Rosemary. Simply Wild™ Peanut Butter flavor contains Barley Flour, Natural Crunchy Peanut Butter, Rolled Oats, Tapioca Flour, Water, Blackstrap Molasses, Brewer’s Yeast, Garlic. Simply Wild™ Grilled Bison flavor contains Potato, Bison Liver, Brewer’s Yeast, Lecithin, Blueberries, Arrowroot, Rosemary. Simply Wild™ Lamb & Trout flavor contains Barley Flour, Trout, Oats, Smoked Trout, Blueberries, Wild Rice, Garlic, Rosemary. Simply Wild™ Venison & Apple flavor contains Ground Barley, Ground Brown Rice, Venison, Apples, Peas, Carrots, Oats, Brewer’s Yeast, Garlic, Parsley, Rosemary.

In addition to Simply Wild™, Green Pet Organics™ also offers glass and surface cleaners specially designed for pets. These products include the Glass & Surface Cleaner and the All-Purpose Household Cleaner. Green Pet Organics™ is a leading manufacturer of 100% natural products for pets.

Contact Edward Lew at 1-800-306-7910 ext. 269 for more information about Green Pet Organics™’ products or visit http://www.greenpetorganics.com.

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Do you know of any dog training colleges?

Question by concepcion: Do you know of any dog training colleges?
Hey, so I am a junior in High School and for my future I really want to be a dog trainer. But when ever i google “dog training schools” it just gives me links like if i wanted to take my dog to a training school. Please help me if you know of a college that specializes in teaching people how to train dogs or be a dog trainer. Thank you.

Best answer:

Answer by Jenn
try dog obedience/ training
i live in Canada and i am doing a program with ICS Canada .
maybe if you contact your local college they can possibly check into the closest school.

What do you think? Answer below!

Question by Gidget: Why do some dogs lick there owners” and others do not. Should I discourage this?
My little rescue poodle did not “lick” as a habit when we first brought her home, but after having her more than a year, we have created a tight bond, and now she licks my hands when she is in my arms.. Should I tell her “no”? Or should I just draw away? I think this is getting worse as time goes on and although I love her affection, it doesn’t appear very sanitary to onlookers. Any advice is appreciated.

Best answer:

Answer by TrustMe
Licking comes from wolves. Weaker wolves in the pack had to lick the Alpha male or they’d be banished from pack. That instinct is still present in today’s dogs. So when they lick you, they tell you that you’re their ‘leader’.

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