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Do you want to win a copy of “Yoga Dogs,” who doesn’t!! One lucky winner will win a copy of “Yoga Dogs.”
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Disclosure: I received a copy of Yoga Dogs for review and giveaway. I was not paid for my review or giveaway. All opinions are strictly my own.
Looking for a gift that will keep on giving for the dog-lover on your list? Consider giving a magazine subscription. There are many good dog related magazine out there to choose from. Does the dog lover on you list like to travel with their four-legged kid? Check out Fido Friendly!
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I spent the weekend reading my copy of Barkonomics, by Paris Permenter and John Bigley of DogTipper.com. I’m frugal by nature and love saving money, whenever I can. As you can gather by the book’s clever title, Barkonomics is about lowering the cost of dog ownership. I was intrigued and figured why not give it a try, maybe I’d discover some new way to cut costs that I hadn’t thought of yet.
Boy was I surprised. Like it’s clever title, this book is loaded with some very neat money saving tips. Some of the suggested ideas I was already doing, for example, I wash my own dogs. Barkonomics is virtually bursting with over 300 tips and ideas, many of which I have never even thought of. To give you one example, if you have a fast eating dog, and you’re concerned about the risk of canine bloat, the authors suggest using a muffin tin to slow down your dogs eating. Why didn’t I think of that? Instead of spending your hard-earned money on expensive bloat preventing devices or worse yet a trip to your local vet you can simply find a used muffin tin at a thrift shop and spread your dog’s food out in the little cups when you feed. What a great tip!
Barkonomics is easy to read. The information is well-organized with tips separated into logical categories for saving money on: food, veterinary care, prescriptions, training, travel, and more. Curious on how to save money on treats? Just flip to the treats section, and you’ll quickly see a smorgasbord of useful money-saving tips. Speaking of eyes, don’t worry about eyestrain! Barkonomics is published using a pleasant font, and it makes good use of white space keeping its pages from looking cluttered.
I could go on and on, but I don’t want to spoil the book. This book is such a great read, and its pages are full of tips you’ll want to implement right away. The only disappointing thing about Barkonomics was that when I reached the end of the book I’d discovered so many new and clever ways to save money that I wanted more. I guess I’m just a junkie when it comes to saving my hard-earned money. Maybe because they are catering to thrifty-minded people, Barkonomics is relatively inexpensive; but the simple truth is that by implementing just a few of the cost saving tips offered in this book it will quickly pay for itself. I ordered it directly from DogTipper.com, which means the authors, Paris Permenter and John Bigley both signed it. As a fun bonus there are even two paw prints stamped inside with the names Irie and Tiki signed below them, so cute!
Here are the three dog magazine I enjoy reading on a regular basis. Each offers a different perspective on dogs.
Bark is about life with dogs. This magazine covers topics about behavior, health, recreation and travel, culture and community, art and literature. Bark is well written and I enjoy the huge selection of advertisements in the back of the magazine. This magazine has taught me a great deal about all kinds of dogs, and the people, places and things connected with these amazing animals.
Whole Dog Journal
The all-natural way to a happy, healthy dog. The info you may learn in just ONE issue could save you a lot of money in the long run. It is serious about it’s mission, though not without humor. Unlike most magazines Whole Dog Journal does not carry any advertising, instead relying solely on subscribers for their profits. Inside you will find in-depth articles and reviews about pet foods, pet products, books, training (positive).
Great dog articles and trends. Modern Dog features the best dog accessories, celebrity interviews, art, travel destinations, top trainers, dog psychology, puppy solutions, and so much more. It isn’t for the dog professional, or breeders, or show people – but is targeted for dog lovers. The magazine is well-written, full of timely articles, and includes ads from unique merchants.
These are the three magazines I read. What dog-related magazine do you like to read?
Secrets to Dog Training (formerly named SitStayFetch) has been revamped and was officially launched on February 2, 2009. SitStayFetch has been the top selling dog training course for over four years, and it has been bought by over 217,000 dog owners world-wide. Having taken a close look at it, I understand why it has outsold all other dog training guides on the internet period!
Secrets to Dog Training covers an impressive amount of information. The book works from basic training through to advanced and includes the following:
What I really Liked:
I had already heard great things about Secrets to Dog Training course before I actually took a look at it so I had high expectations. I have to say that Secrets to Dog Training has not disappointed me – in fact, I’m amazed at the quality and quantity of the information offered for such a low price. It is being offered at the low price of only $39.95,which is amazing value for a guide of this caliber.
A premium version of this top notch guide is also available. It contains over 5 hours of downloadable dog training video files, 6 dog training eBooks, the Secrets to Dog Training Audio, Secrets to Dog Training Pro Software and much more.
Secrets To Dog Training Pro Software will help you keep track of your dog’s registration details, vet appointments, and complete medical history. Using this software, you will never have to remember when your dog was last vaccinated or went to the vet for a checkup.
I’m extremely impressed with the easy to understand language used in this book. Also, the book is divided into small sections which enhanced my reading experience and made the course very easy to follow and understand. There’s nothing more overwhelming than being presented with a wall of text!
As I’ve previously mentioned, the Secrets of Dog Training course is an outstanding value; however, there’s even more being offered!
I found the audio book is really useful: I downloaded it on my ipod and listened to it while driving to work.
Secrets to Dog Training provides instructions for dogs of all ages in obedience training and problem behaviors. This was a nice change since so many dog trainers focus on puppies, leaving out training and behavior problems that do not necessarily end once a dog reaches adulthood.
The Secrets to Dog Training team offers unlimited free consultations to anyone who buys the course. The team will provide you with individual attention for your particular dog issue just by sending them an e-mail. You’ll receive a response full of practical tips and expert advice.
You’ve probably already guessed I’m impressed. I thought I understood dogs before, but this course has shown me just how little I knew.
The material offered is comprehensive and detailed, yet easy to understand, and highly effective. Your dog doesn’t need to have behavior or obedience issues in order for this book to be useful to you. Much of the information in the course would be of benefit to any dog owner wanting to have the best possible relationship with his dog.
If you currently own a dog or puppy, or are thinking about owning one, I strongly recommend that you get your hands on a copy of Secrets to Dog Training.
Recently, I stumbled upon 101 Dog Tricks. Over the years, I’ve read several books to help me train my dogs, but after just a few short minutes of flipping the pages of this book I was very impressed. 101 Dog Tricks is clear and concise, with step by step instructions and beautiful full color photos. The training techniques are humane and encourage you to bond and cultivate a fruitful relationship with your dog.
Tricks are rated for difficulty and build on one another teaching you how to train and your dog how to learn. I only wish that I’d discovered it sooner. I’ve taught Sadie and Rusty a lot of tricks, but this book is full of ideas that I never imagined possible.
Start training your dog today.