Let’s face it; there are a lot of dog books out there! There’s one for practically every popular breed, books about mutts, a how-to-do-this book and a how-to-do-that book. So if you want to beat the competition, lead the pack, and stand out on the bookshelf, you have to do it differently. So congratulations to the writing team from Adopt-A Pet.com, David Meyer, Abbie Moore and Dr. Pia Salk, their new book The Total Dog Manual is a winner!
What makes this one really stand out in the crowd is that the content is precise and to the point – no waffle just great take-away. It’s broken down into extended point format – 268 in total. So it’s really easy to home in on the topic you want more information about. And very easy to find what you are looking for and reference over again.
Its geared at the first-time adopter but that doesn’t mean that serial adopters won’t benefit from having the book on the bookshelf. It’s a great reference guide.
What makes a great book is not only the content but also the presentation and the layout and photographs in this book makes it very reader-friendly.
Adopt-a-Pet.com is the world’s largest non-profit pet adoption website displaying a quarter million homeless pets from more than 15 000 animal shelters, humane societies and rescue groups to million of potential adopter. The website also provide excellent useful information to make sure that you are doing the best you can for your pet’s general health and wellbeing and thus enhancing that unbreakable human-animal bond.
If you are buying just one dog book, consider this one.