The Ultimate Guide To Dog Health Review

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Deciding when to take your Bulldog to see the vet can often be difficult. How can you tell how serious a problem is? No one likes forking out large sums of money for an unnecessary visit to the vet, but then again no concerned dog owner can bear the thought of their dog suffering either.

I have owned dogs my whole life, and deciding when a problem requires a visit to the vet is still something that I find difficult. I have always erred on the side of caution, a philosophy that has resulted in many needless trips to the vet over the years. I tried to develop a basic knowledge of dog medicine to enable me to decide when my dog needs to see the vet, and when I can be confident that it is not necessary. The problem that I have found is that there are so many potential problems and ailments that it is very difficult to be confident about what is causing any given problem.

I was delighted to discover (earlier this year) The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health by Mark Edwards, a dog care professional and veterinarian. This guide was exactly what I had been looking for all these years. It is comprehensive and detailed, covering a wide range of common dog health problems. The approach taken in the book is about being prepared and taking necessary preventative action as required. It teaches dog owners how to diagnose problems accurately, with assistance provided by step by step flowcharts which indicate whether your dog will be fine left alone, whether they need to see a vet, and how urgent the problem is.

The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health is a detailed, comprehensive, and knowledgeable guide to canine health and disease that allows you to take care of your dog without spending hours upon hours trying to decipher the jargon of veterinary textbooks. The book deals with all of the common illnesses and ailments that dogs suffer from. It covers problems such as dental issues, ear infections, skin problems, eye irritations, worms, vomiting, diarrhea, asthma, breathing trouble, coughing, and liver problems, as well as the more severe issues such as arthritis and cancer.

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In addition, the book also teaches you how to pick up early warning signals by identifying and interpreting dog body language and behavior, as well as other early symptoms of more serious problems. Also covered is how to properly groom your dog, how to take care of their teeth and gums, and how to safely give your dog medicine. All this information is backed up by very useful diagrams, photographs, and illustrations of the issues discussed in the text.

I am particularly impressed with the numerous detailed symptom charts, designed to help dog owners make informed decisions about their dog medical condition. Each chart starts with the symptoms of a particular problem before branching out. Dog owners follow the branches depending upon the specific symptoms that their dog has. The chart ends by recommending a course of action for each ailment, as well as advising if a trip to the vet is necessary, and if so, how urgently should the vet be visited.

Free Bonuses

In addition to the fantastic 240 page manual itself, you also get a series of very useful bonuses. The first is an ebook entitled “The Ultimate Guide to Dog First Aid", which is a very useful resource for problems that require an immediate response. Topics covered include how to perform the canine Heimlich maneuver, as well as how to perform CPR on your dog.

The other bonuses are a selection of 180 gourmet recipes for dogs, and two ebooks entitled "101 Ways to Spoil Your Dog for Under $10" and "20 Super-Healthy Recipes for Your Dog. These bonuses have a value of over $80, a pretty good bonus by any dog owners standards.


Overall, I highly recommend this product, and see it as essential for any dog owner. This is a resource that all responsible dog owners should have in their libraries. The book will assist even the newest dog owners to diagnose a wide range of dog heath problems quickly and easily. Not only does it allow you to make informed decisions about serious health issues, it also covers the less serious, everyday ailments that every dog will encounter from time to time. The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health costs $37 and is backed up with a 100% 60 day money back guarantee, making purchase totally risk free. Considering the huge costs associated with an unnecessary trip to the vet, the book will pay for itself in no time.

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