Volume 1: A Philosophy Primer by Kathryn R. Gubista
Introducing the first volume of the Kindle eBook* series, The Dog’s Perspective: How to Train a Dog by Thinking like a Dog. The objective of this book series is to explain how to train dogs by thinking like a dog. The Dog’s Perspective is a simple and straight forward approach to dog training that enables anyone to find solutions to many of their dog-related issues. The objective of this first volume, A Philosophy Primer, is to explain the philosophical foundation of the Dog’s Perspective.
Dogs Who Serve: Incredible Stories of Our Canine Military Heroes
by Lisa Rogak St. Martin’s Press, $29.95
Since the time of the Civil War, dogs have played a role in the efforts of our nation’s military, saving countless lives in the process. In Dogs Who Serve you will learn of the great adventure of becoming one of the nation’s select groups of highly-trained military dogs.
These books should make fun and instructive gifts for kids. Who doesn’t want a book at the holidays?
Animal Baths: Wild & Wonderful Ways Animals Get Clean by Beth Fielding, illustrated by Waynesville resident Susan Greenelsh
Some animals wash themselves in mud, some with their own tongues! Some birds will lay on an ant mound and let the ants crawl on them to clean their feathers! All animals clean their skin and their teeth. Learn how with this wonderfully illustrated book for children ages 4-8!
Animal Tongues by Dawn Cusick, who teaches at Haywood Community College
See wonderful photographs of animals- sticking out their tongues! Dawn Cusick, science teacher, writes about how different kinds of animals use their tongues. ICK!
Get the Scoop on Animal Poop! From Lions to Tapeworms 251 Cool Facts about Scat, Frass, Dung, and More! by Dawn Cusick
Learn everything you wanted to know about poop – and some things you may not have- in the animal kingdom! This photo-illustrated book for children ages 5-10 is chock full of info about fish, birds, mammals, and even bugs and how they poop!
USDAA Dog Agility Trials April 21 – 23, 2017 FENCE (Foothills Nature Equestrian Center) Tryon, NC Fri., Sat. & Sun. 8:00am – 2:00pm Admission is Free The Blue Ridge Agility Club of Western North Carolina will