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Contents
TFH New Releases
TFH Backlist
Complete Guide to Dog Breeds (Animal Planet ) . . . . . . . . 3
Animal Planet Dogs 101
Boston Terrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Bulldog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Puppy Care. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
TM
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DogLife: Lifelong Care for Your Dog®
Miniature Schnauzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Birds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17
Cats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-18
Dogs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-30
Fish & Pond . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-34
Horse & Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Reptiles & Amphibians. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35-38
Small Mammals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-39
Breed Lover’s Guide
Mastiff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Pekingese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
eBooks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-43
My Dog Is Driving Me Crazy! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11
Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44-46
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The Perfectly Trained Parrot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13
Animal Planet Pet Care Library
Your First Aquarium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Rights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Sales Representation Listing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
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Cockatoos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
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Animal PlanetTM: Complete Guide to Dog Breeds
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By Diane Morgan
Animal Planet™ Complete Guide to Dog Breeds is a lively,
straightforward guide to selecting the right breed for your lifestyle.
Written in an engaging, down-to-earth style, this book has all the
information you need to find the right match for you and your
family. Profiles of the 173 American Kennel Club (AKC)-registered
breeds contain all the pertinent information you need to make a
good choice, including personality, breed traits, physical attributes,
grooming, life span, health concerns, housing, sociability, training,
and more. Plus, you’ll find several quizzes to help you narrow down
which breeds are the best fit. Whether you are a new or experienced
owner, the Complete Guide to Dog Breeds makes finding the right
breed simple and fun.
About the Author
DIane Morgan has authored numerous books on pet care, as well as
many breed books in TFH’s Terra-Nova and Animal Planet series. In her spare
time, she teaches literature and writing at Indian River State College. Diane
resides in Vero, Florida, with several dogs and cats and her family.
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WhErE tO fINd
thE dOg Of
YOur drEams
Once you’ve thought about it and decided that yes, you are an excellent
candidate for dog ownership, you’ll need to figure out how to find the dog
of your dreams. But before you embark on your search, there’s another
decision you’ll need to make, and it directly affects where you’ll begin
looking for your dog.
breed, look for a few champions among nearer
relatives, such as the parents and grandparents.
In addition, an AKC championship is no
guarantee of the health or character of the dog
who earns it. I have known dogs with epilepsy,
hip dysplasia, and personality defects who
earn enough points to get their championships.
Unfortunately, some breeders care more
about ribbons on a wall and bragging about
their “gorgeous” dogs than about health and
personality. Don’t fall for it. “AKC-registered”
means nothing in terms of quality, health, or
temperament of the dog; it simply means that the
breeders have submitted the proper paperwork
to the American Kennel Club. Don’t make the
mistake of thinking that every AKC dog is ready for
Westminster. Even casual breeders who have good
intentions often simply don’t know enough about
the perils of genetics and breeding to produce
good puppies, especially these days when so
many inherited diseases abound. They often fail
to perform the proper genetic screening for the
parents, thus exacerbating the problems.
Some people are fooled into thinking that “Both
parents on premises” is a sign of good breeding.
Actually it just means that the breeder had two
dogs of opposite sexes. Many good breeders go
Understand the
breed standard
before you make
your purchase.
across the country or have their females artificially
inseminated; however, you should at least be able
to see a picture of the sire.
Some unscrupulous breeders bill their
maladjusted, oversized, inappropriately aggressive
dogs as “extra”: more Rottweiler; more Pit Bull;
more Chow Chow; more German Shepherd.
Most people have all they can handle with the
regular specimens of these breeds, let alone
anything “extra.” Terms like “Needs adult home”
or “Protective” often means the dog is aggressive
with kids. It is a bad idea to bring home a dog
with behavior problems that you may not be able
to handle.
Here’s my personal favorite: “Rare color.” If a
puppy were “rare” in a desirable way, it wouldn’t
be advertised in the paper. There are no rare
colors or patterns in the sense that it makes the
dog more valuable. There are, however, some
“rare” colors that disqualify a dog from the show
ring. Parti-colored Poodles, “blue Bassets,” and
other anomalies are not desirable, and in some
breeds, have genetic problems associated with
them. For example, in many breeds, white can
signify hearing or eye problems. Check the list of
accepted colors for your breed and don’t be led
astray. The same is true for eye color. With the
exception of the Siberian Husky and a very few
others, eyes should be brown. Always check the
breed standard before you go looking to find out
what is and what is not acceptable.
Friends and Neighbors
Some people get their pets from a friend, relative,
or neighbor. And while this is a good source for
an older dog (you probably know everything about
the animal already), it may be a poorer place from
which to get a puppy, unless that friend, relative,
or neighbor is a person who is truly an expert on
the breed and proves it by entering competitions
like dog shows, field trials, or tracking events. That
makes your friend fall into the “breeder class,”
which we are going to discuss next.
thE rEsPONsIBlE BrEEdEr:
a gOOd sOurCE
If you are looking for a puppy, the best way to
find one is by contacting a reputable breeder. If
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you’re not planning on
showing, explain that
you’re looking for a
“pet-quality” puppy. Pet
quality doesn’t mean
there will be anything
wrong with the puppy. It merely means that in
the breeder’s opinion, the dog will not achieve a
championship in the show ring. Eyes that are too
light, wrong color nose, or ears hung too high
or low are just a few unimportant factors that
may limit a dog’s “show-worthiness” but have no
impact on how good a pet the puppy will be. Even
stranger, from an outsider’s point of view, is that
many breeders want their line to have a certain,
instantly recognizable “look.” That look may involve
a particular type of head, coat color, movement,
or, in performance dogs, certain special abilities.
If the puppy does not measure up to the breeder’s
particular expectations, he automatically becomes
a pet-quality dog and your golden opportunity.
Puppies bred by a
neighbor or friend
may not meet the
breed standard.
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Boston Terrier
By Patricia F. Lehman
The Boston Terrier, ranked #20 in dog registrations by the
American Kennel Club (AKC), is a versatile dog who thrives as
both a family lapdog and active competitor in several canine sports.
Loving and loyal, small and compact, the Boston is the perfect size
to snuggle under the covers and also accompany his family on their
daily excursions. All newly authored text explains how the Boston
can be trained to do almost anything, from performing cute tricks
to excelling in obedience training and performance sports.
About the Author
PaTrICIa F. LeHMan is an award-winning freelance writer specializing
in the topic of dogs and their care. Her work has appeared in a variety
of canine magazines, newspapers, and newsletters. She is a member
and former treasurer of the Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA)
and the Dog Writers Educational Trust. A graduate of the University of
Delaware, the author lives with her family in Wilmington, Delaware.
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preventable with medication. The
best age to begin—especially if you
live in a region with a large mosquito
population—is between 9 and 12
weeks. Your Boston can safely take a
once-a-month pill or chewable tablet,
which may be given for the duration
of mosquito season or year-round
as recommended by the American
Heartworm Society (AHS).
that a female will develop mammary, uterine, or ovarian cancers. It prevents the
inconvenience and risk associated with twice-yearly heat cycles as well.
Although neutering is major surgery, it’s considered safe—especially for puppies
who have smaller reproductive organs. (Neutered dogs can’t compete in the show
ring but may participate in all obedience and performance events.)
BREED-SPECIFIC PROBLEMS
The Boston Terrier is a hardy and vigorous dog who remains energetic and playful
throughout his lifetime. In fact, a life span of 10 to 14 years isn’t uncommon.
However, breeders, owners, and veterinarians have identified several problems
that are significant to anyone considering adding a Boston to their household.
Some are hereditary (passed from one generation to another through the genes)
or congenital (present at birth). Others occur as a result of infections, exposure
to environmental toxins, injuries, or advancing age. The Boston Terrier Club of
America (BTCA) has conducted studies that have uncovered the presence of
the conditions listed below. The Boston Terrier Health Survey is available online
at the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals’ (OFA) website (www.offa.org). The
Canine Eye Registration Foundation (CERF) (www.vmdb.org) and the OFA maintain
registries for diseases that affect Bostons. To help reduce the occurrence
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The most important step you can take to ensure your Boston’s health—next to
obtaining regular vaccinations—is to neuter your puppy before he or she reaches
sexual maturity. The surgical procedure in which the sex organs are removed is
called castrating in males and spaying in females. Neutering not only prevents
the possibility that dogs will sire an unwanted litter or become accidentally
pregnant, but it also offers numerous benefits to their physical and emotional
well-being. For example, males are less likely to show undesirable traits, such as
roaming and marking their territories, following castration. It also lowers the odds
of getting testicular cancer, prostate disease, and perianal adenoma—a growth
around the anus. Spaying before six months of age nearly eliminates the chances
Although neutering
is major surgery, it’s
considered safe—
especially for puppies,
who have smaller
reproductive organs.
HEALTH OF YOUR BOSTON TERRIER
Other worms that affect dogs include
hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms, and whipworms. Worms enter the body
as a result of consuming raw meat or fish or from contact with contaminated
feces or soil. Fleas are the typical intermediate hosts of tapeworms, whereas the
larval stage of hookworms can penetrate the skin. Because puppies may be born
with worms or contract them while nursing from an infected dam, they should be
wormed at two to three weeks of age and again at five to six weeks. Remember
to bring a fresh stool sample to the first veterinary visit. To prescribe the best
medication, if needed, your veterinarian must examine the specimen under a
microscope to identify the kind of worm involved. She can then choose the safest
and most effective wormer to use. When your pet is rid of worms, guard against
reinfestation by keeping your yard free of feces. Also, avoid places where strange
dogs gather. Worms are less of a problem for adult dogs, who seem to acquire a
natural immunity that helps them fight off internal parasites.
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and activities
•A hidden-spiral binding, for ease of use while working with your dog
•Breed-specific sidebars in each chapter to help illustrate key points:
• “Dog Tale” includes a personal story about the breed
• “Puppy Pointer” contains helpful puppy-related tips
• “Be Aware!” provides essential preventive tips
•A comprehensive list of resources for additional breed information
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Bulldog
By Lisa Ricciotti
Ranked #6 in American Kennel Club (AKC) registrations,
the Bulldog represents fearlessness, strength, and boundless
persistence. There’s no mistaking his massive head, barrel chest,
and signature wrinkles. Yet under this tough exterior lies the
proverbial heart of gold. Newly authored text by a Bulldog expert
demonstrates how this loyal family dog takes the canine capacity
for unconditional love to new heights.
About the Author
LISa rICCIoTTI is an award-winning writer and former Bulldog owner.
Her first book, Breed Lover’s Guide French Bulldog, was a finalist for a Dog
Writers Association of America (DWAA) award. Ricciotti lives in Edmonton,
Alberta (Canada), where she specializes in freelance magazine writing on a
range of topics.
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sUppLies fOr YOUr
BULLDOG
A BreeD ApArt—pArt BY pArt
The affectionate
Bulldog makes a great
family companion.
Bulldog
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Even at the correct
weight, a Bulldog
may appear portly size
to those unfamiliar “He’s not fat—he’s large-boned!” That was my standard reply to anyone who
with the breed due to
called my Stoney da Bulldog chubby, when he actually was quite svelte until his
his unusually heavy
skeletal structure. senior years. Even at the correct weight, a Bulldog may appear portly to those
unfamiliar with the breed, due to his
unusually heavy skeletal structure. His
short, thick legs are often described as
tree trunks, and his skull looks colossal
for a dog of his height. “The Bulldog is a
giant breed in a small package,” Johnson
explains.
At various points of Bulldog history,
breeders have experimented with larger
or smaller weights than the ideal set out
in the US standard 100-plus years ago.
Miniature Bulldogs (16 to 30 pounds [7.5
to 13.5 kg]) never caught on, although
they played a role in the development of
CharaCteristiCs of Your Bulldog
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henever a symbol is needed to represent fearlessness, strength, and
boundless persistence, the Bulldog makes the perfect stand-in. Sports
teams from the University of Georgia to Australia’s National Rugby League
have embraced him as a mascot, hoping their players will emulate his virtues.
Advertisers use his determined mug and brawny build to represent the rugged
durability of their products. The Bulldog is the official mascot of the United
States Marine Corps and so linked to England, his country of origin, that his image
is often used to sum up the Brits’ indomitable spirit.
Yet under this tough exterior lies the proverbial heart of gold. Ask any breeders
why they’re so devoted to this breed and they’ll admit that they’re attracted
to his unique physique. But what really seals the deal for them is the Bulldog’s
personality. “They’re the most loving, endearing, affectionate breed,” says Brenda
Newcomb of Newcomb Bulldogs, who’s shared her life with Bulldogs for 50
years. “They read your emotions. All they want is to be with you. Bulldogs are the
ultimate companion and fabulous for families with children.”
Let’s take a closer look at how the Bulldog has earned such respect from his
devoted fans, starting with the breeder’s bible—the official American Kennel Club
(AKC) standard.
You may not be familiar with the Anatolian Shepherd Dog, an Entlebucher
Mountain Dog, or the Norwegian Lundehund—just three of AKC’s 170 official
breeds—but everyone knows the Bulldog. There’s no mistaking his massive head or
his low-slung body, or the barrel chest and broad shoulders that any bodybuilder
would envy. And who can help smiling when looking at his funny face, with its
signature wrinkles, jowls, and snub-nosed snout? Topping it off is his unusual
rolling gait, which the Bulldog standard itself describes as “peculiar.” (More
frequently, it’s compared to a staggering drunken sailor or a ship navigating rough
waves at sea.) Everything about this medium-sized tank of a dog should suggest
“great stability, vigor, and strength,” states the standard. Throw in an expansive grin
and the result is one of the most recognizable breeds on the planet.
Claire Johnson, the other half of Newcomb Bulldogs, emphasizes that the
Bulldog is as far from the archetypal wolf-type dog breeds as you can get. “The
Bulldog is a breed of extremes,” says Johnson. “There’s nothing moderate about
him. For breeders, it’s a constant struggle to maintain his special characteristics
because nature wants to revert to a generic dog. It’s our responsibility to preserve
the distinctive features of this breed, which are based on form following function
during his bull-baiting past.”
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Puppy Care
By Tammy Gagne
Becoming a dog owner can be one of the most rewarding
decisions you will ever make. Whether you have never owned a pet
or you already have one or two dogs at home, the idea of getting
a new puppy may be appealing. After all, dogs make life more
fun, and there is something truly exceptional about the bond you
can form with these wonderful creatures. It is essential, though,
that when you decide to add a puppy to your life and routine, you
are truly ready for everything it entails. As adorable as they are,
puppies need lots of guidance and attention in order to become
well-behaved, happy members of the family. Dogs 101 Puppy Care
explains everything you need to know about choosing, raising, and
caring for a puppy, including information about supplies, nutrition,
grooming, training, health care, and more.
About the Author
TaMMy gagne is a freelance writer who specializes in the health and
behavior of companion animals. A two-time Dog Writers Association of
America (DWAA) writing competition nominee, she has written more
than 50 books for both adults and children. She resides in northern New
England with her husband, son, and myriad feathered and furry creatures.
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PuPPy NutritioN
sugar won’t even be listed on the package, but neither one should be among the
first five ingredients.
I have found semi-moist food to be an excellent training tool for puppies. If
you take your new pet to puppy kindergarten, the instructor may ask you to
bring your dog’s dinner with you to class. Pups tend to be most motivated to
learn when they have empty stomachs. Many dog trainers also recommend
using so-called high-value training treats—food that is especially aromatic and
tasty instead of mere kibble—along with his regular fare. Semi-moist food is
a much healthier option than some of the most common choices, foods like
sliced hot dogs and cubed cheese, and puppy owners find that it motivates
their pets just as well.
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The biggest disadvantage to feeding your puppy wet food is the negative
effect it will have on his teeth if you don’t brush them daily. Puppies can learn to
tolerate brushing impressively well when they are exposed to the task early and
often, but some owners find it difficult to stick to a daily schedule. An owner
feeding kibble may be able to get away with putting the task off for a while, but
those who feed wet food have no such leeway. If you suspect that you won’t be
diligent about tooth brushing, kibble may be a better choice for your pup.
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Semi-moist food offers puppies a healthy compromise between kibble and cans.
If your pup doesn’t like dry food and you don’t want to feed him wet food, you
both may find semi-moist food to be an appealing option. Semi-moist food has
come a long way over the years. Instead of buying the artificially colored and
flavored faux hamburger patties that once cornered the semi-moist market, dog
owners can now choose between several high-quality brands from this evolving
medium. Some of the best semi-moist foods are packaged in rolls that look a bit
like salamis.
Beware of brands that contain high amounts of salt and sugar. These ingredients
tend to be more prevalent in semi-moist foods. Sodium is a necessary part
of a healthy canine diet, but your pup should be able to fulfill this nominal
requirement through the salt content of the other ingredients in his food—such
as meat and vegetables. In addition to being unhealthy for your pet, sugary food
is bad for your pet’s teeth. Just as you would when choosing a dry or wet dog
food formula, read labels when selecting a semi-moist brand. Ideally, salt and
HomecooKeD FooD
Reading food labels and choosing a food with nutritious ingredients are excellent
ways to help ensure that your puppy is eating healthy. Still, many owners question
whether any prepackaged food can truly fulfill all a pup’s dietary needs. These
owners think the best way to make sure their pets are getting everything they
need—and no harmful additives—is by cooking their puppies’ meals personally.
Homecooked diets
Homecooked diets are becoming more and more popular among pet owners
are becoming
increasingly popular. who believe that the best way for pups to get vitamins and minerals is directly
from foods that are rich in these nutrients. To compensate
for nutrients that are lost in the manufacturing process,
dog food companies often add supplemental forms of
these vitamins and minerals back into the food. Although
manufacturers insist that these additives are meant to fortify
food, nutritionists assert that many synthetic or imported
supplements actually detract from the nutritional qualities of
prepackaged food.
Although it may seem a bit inconvenient, cooking for
a puppy really doesn’t require a lot of extra effort on an
owner’s behalf. Your pup needs a higher percentage of
protein and fat in his diet than you do in yours, but he
can get these nutrients from many of the same foods that
you and the rest of your family eat—meat, chicken, fish,
vegetables, and whole grains. The greater effort involved
in homecooking is the research that must go into your
plan. Before you decide to feed your puppy homecooked
food exclusively, talk to his veterinarian about exactly
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Miniature Schnauzer
By Tammy Gange
The Miniature Schnauzer, ranked #12 by the American Kennel
Club (AKC), has been one of the most popular dog breeds for
numerous years. He not only looks like a distinguished gentleman
but takes his role as his owner’s companion and protector very
seriously. Intelligent, loving, and playful, this charming breed is
everything that his larger cousins are but in a more economical
package. These tiny dogs adore their owners with an almost
unprecedented affection and want nothing more than to spend
their days engaged in active pursuits together.
About the Author
TaMMy gagne is a freelance writer who specializes in the health and
behavior of companion animals. A two-time Dog Writers Association of
America (DWAA) writing competition nominee, she has written more
than 50 books for both adults and children. She resides in northern New
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If you plan to use a grooming table for your pet, you can get him used to
standing on it by picking him up and placing him on it several times a day. If you
plan to show your pet in conformation, repeating this maneuver can also serve as
excellent practice for hand-stacking your pet, the technical term for placing him
in the stance he must assume when being judged up close.
Of all the commands owners teach their new puppies, stand is probably the
most overlooked. It can be difficult to teach some dogs this command, but if
you get your Miniature Schnauzer puppy used to standing for grooming now,
he will have an easier time integrating this command into his training down the
road. Never forget to lavish your puppy with praise and treats for his compliance.
Whether you are teaching formal commands or grooming tolerance, positive
reinforcement will encourage him to repeat the desired behavior.
Also look for foods containing lean meats.
You can find healthy formulas made from
everything from chicken to venison. On
dog food labels, ingredients must be listed
in descending order by weight, so the first
ingredient is the most prevalent. Many owners
insist that grain-free is the way to go; others
feel that providing some carbohydrates benefits
growing puppies. What matters most is that
the food you select contains more meats than
grains, or more protein than carbs.
Puppies have higher protein needs than
adult dogs. For this important reason, you
should provide your pet with a food made
specifically for puppies until he is fully grown.
Some Miniature Schnauzer pups reach their
adult height and weight by the age of six
months; others may take up to a year to fill
out completely. If you are in doubt as to
whether your dog is done growing, ask your
veterinarian.
Types of Foods
The number of high-quality dog food brands
available today is significantly higher than it was
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just a decade ago. Although this fact may make
the decision of what to feed your pet more
complicated, the variety of foods dog owners
have to choose from is hardly a bad thing. If
the food your breeder was feeding your puppy
fits the criteria for a healthy food—and your
Miniature Schnauzer pup is thriving on it—it
may be best to stick with it. “If it ain’t broke,
don’t fix it,” as they say. If, on the other hand,
you think another food may be better, you have
plenty of healthy choices available to you.
Another decision you must make when
selecting a food for your new puppy is whether
to feed him kibble or canned food. Kibble is
by far the more popular choice among dog
owners, largely because of its convenience. It
is easy to feed, easy to store, and doesn’t put
your pet’s teeth on the fast track to developing
plaque and tartar. Canned food can be more
appealing to a finicky eater, however. Just be
sure that you make daily dental care a top
priority if going this wet food route. Semimoist food is a third choice, but you must
choose carefully. Many semi-moist foods are
loaded with sugar and preservatives to tempt a
@ PuPPYhOOD
picky eater, but they will do little for his wellbeing. Healthier versions of semi-moist puppy
foods are available, however; they come in rolls
that are packaged similar to salamis. The one
you purchase should be a puppy food formula.
Feeding Schedule for a Puppy
When you brought your Miniature Schnauzer
puppy home, you probably placed him on
a feeding schedule—and for good reason.
Puppies who eat at the same times each day
are easier to housetrain than pets that are freefed. Owners of pups who are fed on a schedule
are more in tune with their pets’ health. They
know when their pups have a loss of appetite,
a common sign of a health problem. They
also know exactly how much their pets are
eating because they typically measure servings
hen he was born, your Miniature
Schnauzer puppy depended on his
mother to feed him and groom
him. During this time his breeder made sure
that both mother and pups were healthy and
had everything else they needed. Now these
important tasks fall to you. Eating nutritious
food will help your puppy grow into a healthy
adult. Staying clean will make him feel good.
Brushing him and bathing him regularly
will help him get used to being groomed.
Grooming your pup will also help you identify
certain health problems before they become
more serious issues. Your veterinarian will be
on the lookout for threats to your new pet’s
health too, so taking him to the vet for routine
care is essential.
instead of topping off a dish each day. Free-fed
puppies, meaning pups who are allowed to
eat as much as they want whenever they want,
are more likely to overeat. This habit leads to
obesity over time. Continuing to schedule-feed
your puppy even after he has settled into your
home is a smart idea for everyone involved for
these reasons.
An eight-week-old Miniature Schnauzer
puppy needs to eat at least three times a day.
Most owners opt to align these feedings with
their own mealtimes for the sake of simplicity.
If your puppy develops a habit of begging at
the table, though, start feeding him slightly
before the rest of the family eats to discourage
this unpleasant behavior.
When your puppy is about four months old,
you can eliminate his midday meal, but be sure
feeding Your
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puppY
Your Miniature Schnauzer puppy’s nutrition is
one of the most important aspects of his care.
Few things have a bigger impact on a growing
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Selecting a quality food brand for your new
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Just a quick stroll through your local pet supply
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It would be a lot easier if there were one
universal answer for each of these questions,
but the truth is that which food is the best
one for your dog may be completely different
from what’s best for another puppy or even for
another Miniature Schnauzer pup.
Food Ingredients
Begin by ruling out any food that contains
by-products or chemical preservatives. Byproducts are the parts of an animal deemed
unfit for human consumption. Many pet food
manufacturers, surprisingly even some of the
ones with better reputations, use these cheap
ingredients to keep their protein levels high
and their costs low. Chemical preservatives like
BHA, BHT, and ethoxyquin give food a longer
shelf life, but all three have been shown to
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Companionability
Friendly and outgoing, Mastiffs crave
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If a breeder promises you that her puppies
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Oh, and expect lots of “zzz” sounds from
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Environment
A Mastiff doesn’t need a country manor
with acres of land to maintain his cheerful
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the great outdoors alongside you and
sharing your bed come nighttime?
A home with a fenced yard is ideal,
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Why Dogs Do What They Do
Chapter 1
Our Relationship With Dogs
Throughout history, humans and
dogs have had a
complex relation ship. Scientif ically,
a relation ship
that benefits both species is called
mutualism. In the
case of dogs and people, we feed
them and love them,
and in return they provide us with
emotional support ,
hunting and herding assistance,
and more. But it’s
always been more complic ated than
that. At various
times in our history, dogs have been
our rivals, our
enemie s, our victims, our propert
y, and our best
friends. They capture criminals,
locate lost people, and
sniff out bombs, tumors, bedbug
s, and drugs. They
befriend folks in nursing homes,
allow blind people to
become more independent, and help
kids learn to read.
There are hundred s of instanc es
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selfless hero dog saves a human
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his Bulldog Killys jumped in and knocked it into gear. The truck started moving and ran over
his owner, fortunately without producing life-threatening injuries. In 2008, a 70-pound (32-kg)
pit bull in Oklahoma managed to drive his owner’s car away from a car wash while the man
was diligently scrubbing the hood. In 2007, a black Labrador Retriever named Charlie drove his
owner’s car into a river. It’s not just in the United States, either. A New Zealand dog drove the
family car through a cafe window. Nor do dogs confine their deadly efforts to autos. In September
2010, a Florida man named James Land was pitched out of his boat. While he clung patiently to a
buoy waiting for help, his enterprising fellow passenger, a Jack Russell Terrier named Lucy, drove
off with the boat to Pompano Beach and made a safe landing. Land was forced to swim a mile
(1.5 km) back to shore. He claimed to be delighted to be reunited with the dog who heartlessly
abandoned him to the waves.
More disturbingly, according to the National Fire Protection Association, dogs accidentally
start about 1,000 house fires every year—knocking over candles and the like. In 2009, a dog
named Alfie turned on the griddle attachment to the stove and toasted the entire kitchen. Alfie
was sorry afterward.
Humans and their dogs enjoy a
relationship called “mutualism,”
one that benefits both species.
N
ot that it always works out that way, of course. In reality, you’re more likely to be bitten by
a dog than rescued by one. In the United States, every day, about 1,000 people are treated in
emergency rooms for dog bites. Most of the victims are children, half of whom are bitten in
the face. Dog bite losses exceed $1 billion per year, with over $300 million paid by homeowners’
insurance. And in 2010, there were 34 fatal dog attacks. But people seem to be more afraid of
sharks and falling meteors. Resourceful as they are, killer dogs have gone far beyond the oldfashioned bite in their efforts to get rid of us. Dogs take advantage of modern technology. In 2008,
a three-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever in Oregon shot his owner in the leg with a shotgun
while they were out duck hunting. He also put a few holes in the boat. A Great Dane in Memphis
shot his owner in the back by knocking a pistol off a coffee table and causing it to discharge. Dogs
were also blamed on two different occasions (one in Florida and one in California) by husbands
who declared that the household pet somehow managed to acquire a handgun and kill their wives.
Nor do dogs stop at firearms violations. Vehicular attempted homicide is becoming a favored
modus operandi. Every once in a while, for example, dogs get behind the wheel of a car and
somehow manage to shift from neutral into drive (presumably by accident, but you never know)
and terrorize the neighborhood. In 2010, a Florida man was checking under the hood of his
5,000-pound (2,268-kg) Ford F-150 truck, which was parked in neutral with the engine on, when
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SOCIabIlITy anD InTellIgenCe
So just how smart is the dog?
The August 16, 2010, issue of Time magazine listed
Stanley Coren, Professor Emeritus
social carnivores like dogs as “sort of smart”—
of Psychology at the University of
smarter than bison but dumber than crows. And
British Columbia, who researches
both human and animal
indeed, it turns out that sociability and intelligence
behaviors (and is the author
are connected. A study, published in the Proceedings
of The Intelligence of Dogs),
of the National Academy of Sciences and led by Dr.
points to studies that adapt
Susanne Shultz of Oxford University, examined the
skills tests designed for young
evolution of the brain in different groups of mammals.
children to dogs. They reveal
The results showed that the more social an animal is,
that our furry friends are about
as smart as a two-year-old child
the larger the brain. This is the suggested reason why
and can learn about 165 words,
dogs outrank cats on nearly every intelligence scale
signs, and signals. Smarter dogs
devised. But cat owners shouldn’t despair. Studies
can learn much more. In fact,
also show that cat owners are smarter (or at least
some researchers are teaching
more educated) than dog owners. Dr. Shultz told the
guide dogs to recognize simple
Telegraph : “Dogs have always been regarded as the
words by sight—actual reading.
Others, at least according to their
more social animals, while cats like to get on with
trainers, can do basic addition
their own thing alone. But it appears that interaction
and subtraction. “You’re not
is good for the brain and extends to other species, like
going to want your dog to be
ourselves.”
your accountant and do your
taxes,” Coren said, “but it’s a
useful skill.” In addition, dogs
who are actively worked—that is,
given jobs to do and problems to solve—grow new connections in their brains and systematically
become even more intelligent.
Dogs are not simply intellectually smart, however. They are also emotional, which requires a
separate but equally important kind of intelligence. Scientists now acknowledge what dog lovers
have always known: Dogs experience a wide range of “human” feelings: love, jealousy, pride,
pique, boredom, and worry.
Even their outlook on life seems as variable as their owners’. Michael Mendl, head of the Animal
Welfare and Behavior research group at Bristol University’s School of Clinical Veterinary Science,
headed a 2010 project in which 24 male and female dogs of different ages were tested for, of all
things, optimism. In the first test, each dog was taken to a room where a researcher interacted
positively with him for 20 minutes. The next day, the researcher did the same thing but left
after only five minutes. Some dogs happily awaited the person’s return, while others barked and
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Scientists have confirmed that
dogs experience a wide range
of “human” feelings.
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became anxious. Anxious dogs were labeled pessimists. Next, the researchers trained the dogs to
understand that a bowl on one side of a room was full of delicious food, while a bowl on the other
side was empty. The researchers then placed bowls at ambiguous places and observed how quickly
the dogs would go to the bowls. “Dogs who ran fast to these ambiguous locations, as if expecting
the positive food reward, were classed as making relatively optimistic decisions,” announced
Mendl. “Interestingly, these dogs tended to be the ones who also showed the least anxiety-like
behavior when left alone for a short time.” I leave it to the reader to determine the scientific value
of these studies.
Our emotional Connection
Despite our occasional difficulties with the canine species (which, after all, are molehills compared
to the mountains of grief our fellow human beings cause us), dogs remain our best friends,
playmates, therapists, and buffers against loneliness and sorrow. They are more important to our
lives than ever, no longer as employees or servants but as friends and family. And the farther we
humans get from nature and the farther dogs get from wolves, the closer we get to each other.
A 2010 survey conducted by Kelton Research, a marketing research company, found that
74 percent of the 1,001 dog owners polled believe that their dog’s body language or facial
expressions let them know how their pet is feeling. Seventy percent said that they have “shared
a look” with their dog on at least one occasion. Nearly half reported that they know what their
Despite our occasional difficulties
with the canine species, they remain
our best friends and playmates.
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the most persistent behavior issues. Each chapter offers step-bystep instructions on how to solve a particular problem behavior
and equips families with the tools they need to manage problems
right at home. Insight on why dogs behave in the way that they
do, accompanied by detailed information on what not to do when
dealing with a problem behavior, round out this comprehensive
reference. With a positive approach, determination, and lots of
patience, families and their dogs can live in harmony at last!
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Introduction
1 Our Relationship With Dogs
2 Wolves: Where the Problems Began
3 And Then We Started Breeding Them
4 Training Basics
Dietary Indiscretions
Digging
5 Aggression: Human
6 Aggression: Dog–Dog
7 Begging
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13 Housetraining Problems
14 Hyperactivity
15 Inappropriate Sexual Behavior
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Training Basics
This chapter will be the basis for all training in this
book. Understanding the basic concepts of operant
conditioning is important to having consistent
success training and to relationship building with
your parrot. You do not have to understand these
terms well enough to have a degree in psychology,
but if you comprehend them well enough to apply
them they will quickly make more sense to you.
Like any skill, some people seem to have a natural
rhythm for understanding how to cue, mark and
event, reward and shape behavior. Others of us do
not, but all of us can practice and get better. So start
practicing with positive reinforcement!
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Positive Reinforcement
object to herd a parrot into the crate. When the parrot goes
into the crate, the towel disappears. The parrot will go in
to avoid this stimulus, but you’ve probably eroded your
relationship. It is also easy to overdo negative reinforcement
and cause big problems. Aggression, escape behaviors, a
lack of engagement and fear behaviors can be created with
the use of negative reinforcement.
There are instances when negative reinforcement works
and has little repercussion. All the same, an animal will only
do the bare minimum necessary to make whatever is being
presented that she dislikes go away. In comparison, if you
train with positive reinforcement instead, the bird will go in
the crate just because she has a history of being rewarded
for doing so. And if there is no treat, she may be puzzled,
but then offer another behavior, perhaps walk further in
or come back out and go back in again trying to elicit the
treat. The potential for a reward creates enthusiasm and
encourages creativity.
Positive reinforcement is the presentation of a stimulus following a behavior that
serves to maintain or increase the frequency of the behavior. It is training through
rewards. Giving the reward increases the likelihood the subject will perform the
desired behavior. Positive reinforcers are usually something the learner finds
enjoyable and pleasant; in parrots, a small piece of food is the usual reinforcer.
When using positive reinforcement in training the learner tends to exceed the
effort necessary to obtain the award. The best way to train a parrot is through
positive reinforcement. Certainly, all means of training even punishment can work.
They just don’t work as well and are not as fun.
Karen Pryor in her landmark book, Don’t Shoot the Dog notes that an
interesting thing happened when trainers across continents and training different
species began to use positive reinforcement as a sole means of shaping behavior.
Everything from bears to horses to fish has demonstrated intelligence, enthusiasm
and curiosity in their training sessions when positive reinforcement was used.
It turned out dolphins, which had been trained with positive reinforcement for
decades weren’t the only playful intelligent animals. All animals exhibit more
creativity and interest when they have the opportunity to puzzle out what they are
being asked to do and anticipating something good at the finish line.
Punishment
Negative Reinforcement
Punishment is the presentation of an aversive stimulus or removal of a positive
reinforcer that serves to reduce the frequency of a behavior. Punishment can be
things like flicking a bird’s beak, shaking its cage, dropping it to the floor, or even
blowing in its face. It is something that is done to the bird that the bird dislikes
and will seek to avoid through other behaviors. Punishment can sometimes stop
undesirable behaviors, but often at the cost of a good relationship.
Punishment is tricky because in order for it to be understood, it has to happen
at the exact moment the undesirable behavior is occurring. Let’s say your parrot is
screaming and you walk into the room to go shake her cage. You enter to room so
she stops screaming. Now shaking the cage is the result of her sitting quietly. Your
bird will be confused and may become distrustful. The other thing that is tricky
is that because dogs and people understand when we yell “no” or give them a
dirty look, we think that this will work with our birds. However, you have actually
taught your dog that “no” means a swat is coming and that a dirty look may mean
Negative reinforcement is the
removal of stimulus following a
behavior that serves to maintain
or increase its frequency. It is
often called avoidance training.
The learner will only work as
hard as is necessary to avoid
the stimulus, which is generally
The
unpleasant. Parrots can learn
best way to
behaviors this way, but it isn’t
train a parrot is
recommended. An example
through positive
would be holding up a towel
reinforcement.
or some other frightening
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she is about to be put outside. Without pairing this with punishment and timing it
correctly it is not going to work.
So perhaps the biggest danger of punishment is that if you do not use it
precisely, you create fear, aggression and avoidance behavior in your parrot. Why
risk it? If you make a mistake using positive reinforcement, your parrot may get a
bit frustrated but she is not going to distrust you and fear you. You can’t lose using
positive reinforcement.
Time Out
The only punishment that is important to have in your training arsenal is the
removal of positive reinforcement. This is a “time out”, but it isn’t quite the same
as the time out we use with our kids. You don’t have to put your parrot back in
her cage for 20 minutes. All you have to do is turn your back, walk away or stop
scratching her head for a few seconds. When I am training a parrot and it lunges at
me, I put my treat hand down and look away. When the bird is no longer exhibiting
aggressive behavior, I make eye contact and bring my hand back up. If your time
out happens in conjunction with the lunge, it is a clear communication that this
behavior removes the opportunity to get a treat. If the parrot wants a treat, over
time (sometimes in just one training session) it will stop presenting the unwanted
behavior.
With the exception of time outs, positive reinforcement can always be used
more effectively with a parrot than punishment or negative reinforcement.
Time Out
The only punishment that is important to have in your training arsenal is the removal
of positive reinforcement. This is a “time out”, but it isn’t quite the same as the time
out we use with our kids. You don’t have to put your parrot back in her cage for 20
minutes. All you have to do is turn your back, walk away or stop scratching her head
for a few seconds. When I am training a parrot and it lunges at me, I put my treat
hand down and look away. When the bird is no longer exhibiting aggressive behavior,
I make eye contact and bring my hand back up.
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And even time outs need
to be paired with positive
reinforcement in order to be
effective. So now that you have
an overview of these concepts,
let’s focus on the positive and
talk about rewarding!
Using Positive Reinforcers
(Rewarding)
Reinforcement is the key
to making any behavior
repeat. No behavior occurs
consistently if there is not some
form of pleasure or means of
avoiding pain in performing
If you want your parrot to do something you have
it. This concept is the key to
to make sure there is a reward for it.
understanding how to shape
behaviors. If you want to a
behavior to repeat, you have to reward it. If you never act excited or pleased when
your husband brings you flowers, he will stop bringing you flowers. Certainly he
bought them imagining your smile and how happy you would be with him. He was
hoping for positive reinforcement. If he never gets it, he will quit trying with this
behavior. The same is true of parrot behavior. If your parrot never gets anyone’s
attention or any kind of reaction when he calls out “hello” he will stop saying it
eventually. What’s the point, if no one in your flock is going to play along? If you
want your parrot to do something you have to make sure there is a reward for it.
It is important however, to understand that reinforcing a behavior is much more
precise than simply rewarding. In order for reinforcement to work it has to be
connected to the behavior. Your parrot steps up on your hand, she immediately
gets a treat. In the bird’s mind, stepping up equals a reward. The only way you
can make an animal understand what it is being rewarded for is to have the
reinforcement simultaneously with the behavior. You can also mark the event and
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By Rebecca K. O’Connor
A properly trained parrot is a wonderful pet—and a poorly
trained parrot can be a feathered monster. This book gives parrot
parents the tools to help ensure that their birds become social,
tame, and fun companions. Advocating only positive, humane
methods, the author guides the reader through the basics of
training—including terminology and various techniques—and
progresses to more advanced tasks, such as trick training, training
a flighted parrot, and training a parrot to talk. Using the methods
in this book, readers can prevent the development of most
problem behaviors before they start and solve those that do. The
author addresses many more topics bird parents will find useful,
including behavioral enrichment and training a parrot to tolerate—
or even participate in—nail trimming, wing clipping, wearing a
harness, and riding in a carrier. The Perfectly Trained Parrot is a
comprehensive resource for forging a strong and loving bond with a
well-behaved parrot.
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reBeCCa K. o’Connor has trained birds professionally at Disney’s
Animal Kingdom, Healesville Sanctuary in Australia, and many other
facilities. She has been a falconer for more than a decade and has
experience working with a wide variety of animals. Rebecca is the author
of the best-selling book, A Parrot for Life, a frequent contributor to
national parrot magazines, and a popular blogger at her website www.
heckledbyparrots.com. She shares her California home with three parrots,
a peregrine falcon, and a Brittany.
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Chapter 5:
Training for Better Living
Chapter 6:
Advanced Training: the Fun Stuff
Chapter 7:
Vocal Behaviors
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Chapter 8:
Free Flight Training
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for your aquatic pets. This book guides the novice through all the
stages of fish-keeping, from selecting the tank to testing the water
to scraping off the algae—and every step is explained fully but
simply. Included is a guide to the best fishes for the beginner, as
well as discussion on which ones are best avoided.
About the Author
Jay F. HeMDaL has been an avid aquarist and pet owner for more than
45 years and has been keeping fish since his childhood. Jay is curator of
fishes and invertebrates at the Toledo Zoo with more than 3,000 animals
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An Introduction to
Aquariums
You’ve seen beautiful aquariums in people’s
homes, pet stores, office lobbies, or restaurants
and now you want to have one of your own.
The aquarium hobby will provide you and your
family with hours of fascination and relaxation.
Before you start, you may need to go “back to
What is an
Aquarium?
school” for a moment. This chapter
outlines
the
In its simplest term, an aquarium
called
is just a
history of aquarium keeping,(sometimes
as well as
thea tank)
basic
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Why Aquariums as a Hobby?
Keeping fish in aquariums has proven
to be incredibly popular with people
for over 150 years. Goldfish were even
kept in bowls long before that time in
Asia. People keep living fish in their
homes for a variety of reasons: as
“living decoration,” for their children’s
education, for their own amusement,
to collect rare specimens, or to raise
fish to sell to others. One study at
Purdue University showed that elderly
people in a nursing home with an
aquarium had lower stress and were
generally happier than they would
otherwise have been. Many dentist
and doctor’s offices have aquariums
in their waiting rooms. These tanks
have been shown to distract and
sooth people who might otherwise be
stressed about their visit.
A Fascination for Fish
I don’t really remember my first aquarium. I was told by my parents that a
neighbor gave me two goldfish in a bowl when I was three years old. At the time,
I was much more interested in dinosaurs than fish. When I later learned what
extinct meant, and that I would never, ever see a live dinosaur, I became focused
on aquariums instead. My first real aquarium was a 10-gallon metal framed
freshwater aquarium that sat on our kitchen counter. My job was to feed the fish
and change the water when needed. My father would take me to pet stores on the
weekends so that I could pick out new fish for the tank. I received a 15-gallon
marine (saltwater) aquarium as a birthday gift when I was in the third grade. I
recall that my first animal for that tank was a small brown starfish. From that
point on, I was truly hooked and have worked with aquariums all of my life.
Aquariums can be a life-long career, a passing fad, or anything in between.
Hopefully you’ll find the information in this book helpful in reaching your goal in
the fascinating hobby of home aquariums.
The aquarium hobby is an
entertaining and relaxing pastime
for the entire family. Aquariums are
fun to watch, just like television. The
fish are beautiful, and aquariums can
resemble artwork. Tanks can also
be interactive; like video games. But
aquariums are really different because
they contain living animals that are
unpredictable. Aquariums teach
people the responsibility of caring
for a pet. The animals in an aquarium
can show you things about their
habits that you would otherwise not
be able to see unless you went scuba
diving underwater. Aquariums are
also challenging; you’ll have to design
a life support system, your fish may
develop a disease, or you may need to
figure out how to best feed a particular
animal.
There are three important virtues
found in all successful aquarium
hobbyists. The first is patience.
Rushing into the purchase of a new
fish, or adding fish to an aquarium
too soon is a sure road to disaster.
Common sense is also important. For
instance, if something about a fish
doesn’t look right to you, don’t ignore
it. Stop and think what could be
wrong and how serious the problem
might be. Chances are, if there is a
serious problem, it can be corrected
by prompt action on your part. Finally,
perseverance is also essential. Every
aquarium hobbyist loses a fish from
time to time. You must learn from
your mistakes, and with time, your
losses will become minimal. The
aquarium hobby will then become a
more pleasant experience that you can
devote as
much, or as
little time to
as you decide.
Home aquariums come
in all different shapes and
sizes; from tiny ½-gallon (2
Liter) bowls to 300-gallon
(1135 L) monsters.
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Aquariums – Past, Present and
Future (Oh No, A History Lesson?)
Remember, “Those who ignore the
past are doomed to repeat it.” You
don’t want to re-learn the solutions
to aquarium problems that people
before you have already figured out
years before. With that in mind, you
should take a few minutes to study this
history of aquariums and to see where
the future may lie.
The Past
People actually began keeping fish
in captivity as a way to keep their
food fresh. Long before the days of
refrigerators, food would often spoil.
Keeping fish alive in ponds and tanks
allowed ancient people to have fresh
fish to eat throughout the year. It is
thought that over 1000 years ago in
China, some of these fish that were
kept for food had brighter colors than
the rest of the fish. The people noticed
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to see the animals more clearly. In
addition, all aquariums need some
form of life support system to keep the
animals alive, like a spaceship has for
astronauts.
Home aquariums come in all
different shapes and sizes; from tiny
½-gallon (2 Liter) bowls to 300-gallon
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the water, heaters with thermostats
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to keep a stable water temperature,
and filters to keep the water quality
high so that the fish remain healthy.
Finally, every aquarium needs a human
being to keep everything running
smoothly—and that person is you!
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Cockatoos are big beautiful birds famous for being the
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by the members of their human flock. Like other parrots,
cockatoos are intelligent and social pets. They can be affectionate,
loyal companions, but when not properly trained and socialized,
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solving problem behaviors, nutrition, cages and other equipment,
and health care receive detailed coverage. The author advocates
positive training and the formation of a deep parrot-human bond.
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on good nutrition, so does your
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feathers, his ability to stay healthy,
and much about his temperament,
including his zest for life, come from
being properly nourished.
Selecting items to eat and
experiencing food’s texture and color
consume most of a wild bird’s day.
For your pet, please provide choice
and variety to add interest as well as
nutrition to your pet’s daily activities.
It is vital to assure your cockatoo’s
nutritional needs are met, as well as
your bird’s food-related behavior
needs. With more than 10 million
companion birds in the United States,
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and mental health. As a result of these
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veterinarians suggest a dietary strategy
Husbandry tip:
Good breeders will have cockatoo
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Cockatoos
relying on pelleted diets for at least
60% of a bird’s nutrition and fresh
foods for the remaining portion.
If this sounds at odds with what
your grandmother taught you about
feeding birds, that’s natural. In past
times, pet bird owners purchased a bag
of seed, a cuttlebone, and a mineral
block. In the last 20 years, researchers
have investigated the specific needs
of different companion bird species,
rather than limiting avian nutrition
research to chickens and ducks.
University researchers and pet supply
manufacturers combed the literature
and sponsored research to determine
what dietary components keep different
companion bird species healthy.
Because of this, our understanding of
ideal diets for each bird species diet is
improving.
As a result, we know that seed-based
diets limit companion birds to one-fifth
of their natural lifespan. Veterinarians
say that poor nutrition continues to
cause most companion bird health
problems. Companions often overfeed
their birds; but—face it—many birds
prefer eating seed to all other foods.
And, companions trying to please
their birds give it to them, resulting in
overweight and undernourished birds.
A diet of preferred foods does not work
well as a basis for a healthy body and
mind for birds any better than it does
for people.
Components of good nutrition
Cockatoos require a mixture of
proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins,
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and minerals. The trick is to
provide the right variety of
healthy food that your bird
is eager to eat. Most experts
agree that the essential
nutrition for a companion
bird comes from clean,
fresh water; a basic diet of
high quality pellets; and
daily addition of fresh fruits,
vegetables, protein, and small
amounts of seed.
The role of water
A bird’s body is
approximately 80% water.
Water is the lubrication
for your cockatoo’s entire
system. Without it, he can’t
produce energy, move
nutrients around his body, or
regulate his temperature.
Although you may not see
your bird drinking, he does so
several times each day. Most
birds drink in the morning
and again at night before sleep. Clean,
fresh drinking water should be available
to your bird at all times.
A bird the size of a cockatiel drinks
4-15 ml water/day (up to 3 teaspoons).
Larger birds may drink 30 ml/day. (7
teaspoons) An increase in exercise or
room temperature will prompt your
cockatoo to drink more water.
If you use a water bottle, mark the
water level when you change the
water each morning. At night, you’ll
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wants. If your cockatoo eats a good
quality pelleted diet each morning, you
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ISBN: 9780793814800 • UPC: 018214114802
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, full-color photos
$12.95
By Jackie Strachan
TS410
ISBN: 9780793806195 • UPC: 018214106197
SC, 5 ¾” x 7 ¾”, 128 pages, full-color photos
$13.95
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Senegal Parrots
By Tammy Gagne
BG100
ISBN: 9780793814794 • UPC: 018214114796
SC, 6 ½”x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, full-color photos
$12.95
The Cat Owner’s Problem Solver
By Margaret H. Bonham
TS416
ISBN: 9780793806508 • UPC: 018214106500
SC, 7” x 8”, 176 pages, full-color photos
$15.95
17
Cats ........................................................................
Cat & Kitten Care (Quick & Easy®)
By Kelli A. Wilkins
QE209
ISBN: 9780793810345 • UPC: 018214110347
SC, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 64 pages, over 45 full-color photos
$4.95
Cats
By Kelli A. Wilkins
AP022
ISBN: 9780793837717 • UPC: 018214137719
7
HC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
Cat Training in 10 Minutes
By Miriam Fields-Babineau
TS340
ISBN: 9780793805303 • UPC: 018214105305
1
SC, 6 ⁄8” x 9 ¼”, 142 pages, full-color photos
$14.95
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Fabulous Felines
The Goldsteins’ Wellness & Longevity Program
Good Catkeeping
By Sandy Robins
TS430
ISBN: 9780793806652 • UPC: 018214106654
SC, 7” x 8”, 192 pages, full-color photos
$18.95
By Robert & Susan Goldstein
TS370
ISBN: 9780793805457 • UPC: 018214105459
SC, 7 ½” x 8 ½”, 400 pages, b&w
$19.95
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Dogs: general .....
The Multiple-Cat Family
Senior Cats
The 50+ Dog Owner
By Sheila Webster Boneham, Ph.D.
AP049
ISBN: 9780793837984 • UPC: 018214137986
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, full-color photos
$10.95
By Sheila Webster Boneham, Ph.D.
AP032
ISBN: 9780793837816 • UPC: 018214137818
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
By Diane Morgan
TS405
ISBN: 9780793806133 • UPC: 018214106135
SC, 7” x 8”, 312 pages, full-color photos
$18.95
By Mary Jane Checchi
TS449
ISBN: 9780793806430 • UPC: 018214106432
HC with jacket, 6 ½” x 8”, 272 pages, over 100
full-color photos
$24.95
..............................................................................
$39.95
All-Breed Dog Grooming (Revised Edition)
H1095
ISBN: 9780793806478 • UPC: 018214292562
HC with hidden spiral, 8 7⁄16” x 10 7⁄8”, 272 pages,
over 150 full-color photos
$39.95
18
And Baby Makes Four
By Penny Scott-Fox
TS384
ISBN: 9780793805679 • UPC: 018214105671
HC, 6” x 8”, 96 pages, full-color illustrations
$9.95
Complete Guide to Dog Care
By Diane Morgan
AP200
ISBN: 9780793837120 • UPC: 018214137122
HC with jacket, 6 ½” x 8”, 272 pages, over 150 fullcolor photos
$24.95
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Dogs: general reference ..............................................
18.95
Complete Guide to Dog Grooming
By Eve Adamson With Sandy Roth
AP201
ISBN: 9780793837144 • UPC: 018214137146
HC with jacket, 6 ½” x 8”, 256 pages, over 100 fullcolor photos
$24.95
Designer Dogs
By Tammy Gagne
AP042
ISBN: 9780793837915 • UPC: 018214137917
7
HC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
Doggy Business 101
By Darlene Niemeyer
TS439
ISBN: 9780793806270 • UPC: 018214106272
HC with jacket, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 fullcolor photos
$24.95
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The Encyclopedia of Dog Breeds
By TFH Editors
PPG102
ISBN: 9780793812776 • UPC: 018214112778
SC, 4 ½” x 7 3⁄8”, 480 pages, over 400 full-color
photos
$29.95
The Goldsteins’ Wellness & Longevity Program
By Robert & Susan Goldstein
TS370
ISBN: 9780793805457 • UPC: 018214105459
SC, 7 ½” x 8 ½”, 400 pages, b&w
$19.95
Groom Your Dog Like a Professional
By Peter Young
TS440
ISBN: 978079386287 • UPC: 018214106289
SC, 6 ½” x 8 ¼”, 144 pages, full-color photos
$17.95
..............................................................................
The Happy Adopted Dog
By Tammy Gagne
TN138
ISBN: 9780793836871 • UPC: 018214136873
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
The Healthy Dog Cookbook
By Jonna Anne with Mary Straus and Shawn
Messonnier, DVM
TS422
ISBN: 9780793806577 • UPC: 018214106579
HC, 6 11⁄16” x 8 11⁄16”, 128 pages, photos/illustrations
$19.95
The Holistic Health Guide
By Doug Knueven, DVM
TN135
ISBN: 9780793836840 • UPC: 018214136842
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 240 pages, over 100 full-color
photos/illustrations
$21.95
..............................................................................
Mixed-Breed Dogs
By Lexiann Grant
AP057
ISBN: 9780793837076 • UPC: 018214137078
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$10.95
The Multiple-Dog Family
By Sheila Webster Boneham, Ph.D.
AP054
ISBN: 9780793837045 • UPC: 018214137047
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$10.95
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PupSnacks
By Stephanie Mehanna
TS406
ISBN: 9780793806140 • UPC: 018214106142
SC, 8 ½” x 8 ½”, 96 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$15.95
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Dogs: general reference ...................
Dogs: breeds ......
World Atlas of Dog Breeds (6th Edition)
American Pit Bull Terrier
By Dominique De Vito with Heather Russell-Revesz
and Stephanie Fornino
H1091
ISBN: 9780793806560 • UPC: 018214112846
HC, 8 ½” x 8 ¾”, 960 pages, over 1,200 full-color photos
$99.95
Your Inner Dog
By Diane Morgan
TS424
ISBN: 9780793806591 • UPC: 018214106593
7
SC, 6 ⁄8” x 8 ¼”, 176 pages, photos/illustrations
$14.95
By Susan M. Ewing
AP309
ISBN: 9780793837243 • UPC: 018214137245
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
50 full-color photos
$15.95
..............................................................................
American Pit Bull Terrier
The American Pit Bull Terrier
By Mary Jane Checchi
DL100
ISBN: 9780793836000 • UPC: 018214136002
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9”, 224 pages, over 150
full-color photos
$19.95
By Cynthia P. Gallagher
TN101
ISBN: 9780793836253 • UPC: 018214136255
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Australian Shepherd
The Australian Shepherd
American Pit Bull Terriers
By Elaine Waldorf Gewirtz
AP009
ISBN: 9780793837588 • UPC: 018214137580
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
..............................................................................
By Elizabeth M. Jarell
DL115
ISBN: 9780793836154 • UPC: 018214136156
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9” , 224 pages, over
100 full-color photos
$19.95
By Tracy Libby
TN128
ISBN: 9780793836772 • UPC: 018214136774
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Beagle
Beagle
The Basset Hound
By Bobbye Land
TN102
ISBN: 9780793836260 • UPC: 018214136262
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
..............................................................................
By Miriam Fields-Babineau
AP307
ISBN: 9780793837229 • UPC: 018214137221
7
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 144 pages, over
50 full-color photos
$15.95
20
The Beagle
By Kay Pfaltz and Sue Pfaltz
DL110
ISBN: 9780793836109 • UPC: 018214136101
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9”, 224 pages, over 100
full-color photos
$19.95
By Diane Morgan
TN103
ISBN: 9780793836277 • UPC: 018214136279
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
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Dogs: breeds ............................................................
Beagles
By Dominique De Vito
AP033
ISBN: 9780793837823 • UPC: 018214137825
7
HC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
Bernese Mountain Dog
The Bichon Frise
By Linda Rehkopf
BL109
ISBN: 9780793841844 • UPC: 018214141846
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
75 full-color photos
$14.95
By Lexiann Grant
TN104
ISBN: 9780793836284 • UPC: 018214136286
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
The Border Collie
Border Terrier
..............................................................................
Bichons Frises
By Elaine Waldorf Gewirtz
AP039
ISBN: 9780793837885 • UPC: 018214137887
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
By Tracy Libby
TN127
ISBN: 9780793836765 • UPC: 018214136767
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
By Lorie Long
BL106
ISBN: 9780793841813 • UPC: 018214141815
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8” , 144 pages, over
75 full-color photos
$14.95
..............................................................................
Boston Terrier
The Boston Terrier
By Elaine Waldorf Gewirtz
DL101
ISBN: 9780793836017 • UPC: 018214136019
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9”, 224 pages, over 150
full-color photos
$19.95
By Tracy Libby
TN105
ISBN: 9780793836291 • UPC: 018214136293
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Boxer
The Boxer
Boxer
By Terry Albert
AP308
ISBN: 9780793837236 • UPC: 018214137238
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
50 full-color photos
$15.95
..............................................................................
By Cynthia P. Gallagher
DL102
ISBN: 9780793836024 • UPC: 018214136026
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9”, 224 pages, over 150
full-color photos
$19.95
By Sheila Webster Boneham, Ph.D.
TN106
ISBN: 9780793836307 • UPC: 018214136309
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
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Boxers
By Cynthia P. Gallagher
AP010
ISBN: 9780793837595 • UPC: 018214137597
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
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Dogs: breeds ............................................................
Brittany
By Sheila Webster Boneham, Ph.D.
BL107
ISBN: 9780793841820 • UPC: 018214141822
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
75 full-color photos
$14.95
The Bulldog
Bulldog
By Tracy Libby
DL103
ISBN: 9780793836031 • UPC: 018214136033
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9”, 224 pages, over 100
full-color photos
$19.95
By Diane Morgan
TN107
ISBN: 9780793836314 • UPC: 018214136316
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
..............................................................................
Bulldogs
By Tammy Gagne
AP034
ISBN: 9780793837830 • UPC: 018214137832
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
By Laura Lang
AP300
ISBN: 9780793837151 • UPC: 018214137153
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8” 144 pages, over
50 full-color photos
$15.95
By Loren Spiotta-DiMare
DL104
ISBN: 9780793836048 • UPC: 018214136040
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9”, 224 pages, over 150
full-color photos
$19.95
..............................................................................
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
By Myra Savant-Harris
TN130
ISBN: 9780793836796 • UPC: 018214136798
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels
By Susan M. Ewing
AP035
ISBN: 9780793837847 • UPC: 018214137849
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
Chihuahua
By Linda Bollinger
AP301
ISBN: 9780793837168 • UPC: 018214137160
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
50 full-color photos
$15.95
..............................................................................
Chihuahua
By Debra J. White
DL105
ISBN: 9780793836055 • UPC: 018214136057
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9”, 224 pages, over 150
full-color photos
$19.95
22
The Chihuahua
By Tammy Gagne
TN108
ISBN: 9780793836321 • UPC: 018214136323
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Chihuahuas
By Richard Miller
AP005
ISBN: 9780793837540 • UPC: 018214137542
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
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Dogs: breeds ............................................................
The Cocker Spaniel
By Tammy Gagne
TN124
ISBN: 9780793836482 • UPC: 018214136484
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Dachshund
The Dachshund
By Susan McCullough
DL113
ISBN: 9780793836130 • UPC: 018214136132
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9” , 224 pages, over
100 full-color photos
$19.95
By Susan Ewing
TN109
ISBN: 9780793836338 • UPC: 018214136330
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Doberman Pinscher
The Doberman Pinscher
..............................................................................
Dachshunds
By Sheila Webster Boneham, Ph.D.
AP036
ISBN: 9780793837854 • UPC: 018214137856
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
By Liz Palika
DL114
ISBN: 9780793836147 • UPC: 018214136149
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9” , 224 pages, over
100 full-color photos
$19.95
By Janice Biniok
TN139
ISBN: 9780793836888 • UPC: 018214136880
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
The English Springer Spaniel
French Bulldog
..............................................................................
The English Cocker Spaniel
By Tammy Gagne
TN136
ISBN: 9780793836857 • UPC: 018214136859
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
By Tammy Gagne
TN137
ISBN: 9780793836864 • UPC: 018214136866
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
By Lisa Ricciotti
BL101
ISBN: 9780793841769 • UPC: 018214141761
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
75 full-color photos
$14.95
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German Shepherd Dog
By Kim Downing
AP302
ISBN: 9780793837175 • UPC: 018214137177
7
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 144 pages, over
50 full-color photos
$15.95
German Shepherd Dog
By Cindy Victor
DL106
ISBN: 9780793836062 • UPC: 018214136064
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9”, 224 pages, over 150
full-color photos
$19.95
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The German Shepherd Dog
By Diane Morgan
TN111
ISBN: 9780793836352 • UPC: 018214136354
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
23
Dogs: breeds ............................................................
German Shepherd Dogs
By Susan M. Ewing
AP007
ISBN: 9780793837564 • UPC: 018214137566
7
HC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
German Shorthaired Pointer
By: Tammy Gagne
BL105
ISBN: 9780793841806 • UPC: 018214141808
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
75 full-color photos
$14.95
Golden Retriever
By Sheila O’Brien Schimpf
AP306
ISBN: 9780793837212 • UPC: 018214137214
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
50 full-color photos
$15.95
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Golden Retriever
The Golden Retriever
By Susan McCullough
DL107
ISBN: 9780793836079 • UPC: 018214136071
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9”, 224 pages, over 150
full-color photos
$19.95
By Eve Adamson
TN110
ISBN: 9780793836345 • UPC: 018214136347
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Great Dane
Greyhound
Golden Retrievers
By Sheila Webster Boneham, Ph.D.
AP008
ISBN: 9780793837571 • UPC: 018214137573
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
..............................................................................
By Janice Biniok
BL103
ISBN: 9780793841783 • UPC: 018214141785
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
75 full-color photos
$14.95
By Cindy Victor
BL100
ISBN: 9780793841752 • UPC: 018214141754
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
75 full-color photos
$14.95
Havanese
By Patricia B. McRae, Ph.D.
BL108
ISBN: 9780793841837 • UPC: 018214141839
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
75 full-color photos
$14.95
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Labrador Retriever
By Terry Albert
AP303
ISBN: 9780793837182 • UPC: 018214137184
7
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 144 pages, over
50 full-color photos
$15.95
24
Labrador Retriever
By Linda Rehkopf
DL108
ISBN: 9780793836086 • UPC: 018214136088
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9”, 224 pages, over 150
full-color photos
$19.95
The Labrador Retriever
By Diane Morgan
TN112
ISBN: 9780793836369 • UPC: 018214136361
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
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Dogs: breeds ............................................................
Labrador Retrievers
By Nikki Moustaki
AP006
ISBN: 9780793837557 • UPC: 018214137559
7
HC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
The Maltese
By Diane Morgan
TN113
ISBN: 9780793836376 • UPC: 018214136378
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Maltese
By Amy Fernandez
AP023
ISBN: 9780793837724 • UPC: 018214137726
7
HC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
..............................................................................
The Miniature Pinscher
By Bobbye Land
TN114
ISBN: 9780793836383 • UPC: 018214136385
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
The Miniature Schnauzer
By Phyllis DeGioia
TN121
ISBN: 9780793836451 • UPC: 018214136453
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Miniature Schnauzers
By Nikki Moustaki
AP053
ISBN: 9780793837021 • UPC: 018214137023
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, full-color photos
$10.95
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The Papillon
By Tammy Gagne
TN140
ISBN: 9780793836895 • UPC: 018214136897
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
The Parson & Jack Russell Terriers
By Sheila Webster Boneham, Ph.D.
TN115
ISBN: 9780793836390 • UPC: 018214136392
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Parson & Jack Russell Terriers
By Diane Morgan
AP025
ISBN: 9780793837748 • UPC: 018214137740
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
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Pembroke Welsh Corgi
By Susan M. Ewing
BL102
ISBN: 9780793841776 • UPC: 018214141778
7
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 144 pages, over
75 full-color photos
$14.95
The Pomeranian
By Lexiann Grant
TN122
ISBN: 9780793836468 • UPC: 018214136460
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
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Pomeranians
By Marguerite Stocker
AP003
ISBN: 9780793837526 • UPC: 018214137528
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
25
Dogs: breeds ............................................................
Poodles
By Amy Fernandez
AP043
ISBN: 9780793837922 • UPC: 018214137924
7
HC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
The Toy & Miniature Poodle
By Janice Biniok
TN116
ISBN: 9780793836406 • UPC: 018214136408
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
The Pug
By Susan Ewing
TN117
ISBN: 9780793836413 • UPC: 018214136415
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
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Pugs
By Dianne Bourgeois
AP004
ISBN: 9780793837533 • UPC: 018214137535
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
Rat Terrier
By Judith Tabler
BL104
ISBN: 9780793841790 • UPC: 018214141792
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
75 full-color photos
$14.95
Rottweiler
By Joan Lowell Smith
AP313
ISBN: 9780793837298 • UPC: 018214137290
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
50 full-color photos
$15.95
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The Rottweiler
By Tracy Libby
TN125
ISBN: 9780793836499 • UPC: 018214136491
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
The Shetland Sheepdog
By Sheila Webster Boneham, Ph.D.
TN142
ISBN: 9780793836901 • UPC: 018214136903
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Shih Tzu
By Jenny Drastura
AP304
ISBN: 9780793837199 • UPC: 018214137191
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
50 full-color photos
$15.95
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Shih Tzu
By Wendy Bedwell-Wilson
DL112
ISBN: 9780793836123 • UPC: 018214136125
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9” , 224 pages, over
100 full-color photos
$19.95
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The Shih Tzu
By Deborah Wood
TN118
ISBN: 9780793836420 • UPC: 018214136422
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Shih Tzu
By Tammy Gagne
AP002
ISBN: 9780793837519 • UPC: 018214137511
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
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Dogs: breeds ............................................................
Siberian Husky
By Donna Beckman
DL111
ISBN: 9780793836116 • UPC: 018214136118
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9” , 224 pages, over
100 full-color photos
$19.95
The Siberian Husky
By Lorie Long
TN123
ISBN: 9780793836475 • UPC: 018214136477
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier
By Cynthia P. Gallagher
TN133
ISBN: 9780793836826 • UPC: 018214136828
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos/
illustrations
$19.95
..............................................................................
Staffordshire Bull Terriers
By Tracy Libby
AP027
ISBN: 9780793837762 • UPC: 018214137764
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
The Weimaraner
By Diane Morgan
TN129
ISBN: 9780793836789 • UPC: 018214136781
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos/
illustrations
$19.95
West Highland White Terrier
By Debra M. Eldredge, DVM
AP311
ISBN: 9780793837267 • UPC: 018214137269
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
50 full-color photos
$15.95
..............................................................................
The West Highland White Terrier
By Jill Arnel
TN119
ISBN: 9780793836437 • UPC: 018214136439
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
West Highland White Terriers
By Dominique De Vito
AP055
ISBN: 9780793837052 • UPC: 018214137054
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$10.95
Yorkshire Terrier
By Sandy Bergstrom Mesmer
AP305
ISBN: 9780793837205 • UPC: 018214137207
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, over
50 full-color photos
$15.95
..............................................................................
Yorkshire Terrier
By Sheila O’Brien Schimpf
DL109
ISBN: 9780793836093 • UPC: 018214136095
HC with hidden spiral, 6 ¾” x 9”, 224 pages, over 150
full-color photos
$19.95
The Yorkshire Terrier
By Deborah Wood
TN120
ISBN: 9780793836444 • UPC: 018214136446
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 192 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
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Yorkshire Terriers
By Wendy Bedwell-Wilson
AP001
ISBN: 9780793837502 • UPC: 018214137504
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
27
Dogs: puppy care ..............................................................
Complete Guide to Puppy Care
By Stacy Kennedy
AP203
ISBN: 9780793837274 • UPC: 018214137276
HC with jacket, 6 ½” x 8”, 256 pages, over 150 fullcolor photos
$24.95
Puppy Care & Training
By Teoti Anderson
TN132
ISBN: 9780793836819 • UPC: 018214136811
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos/
illustrations
$19.95
Puppy Training and Care
By Tracy Libby
AP044
ISBN: 9780793837939 • UPC: 018214137931
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, full-color photos
$11.95
..............................................................................
Raising Puppies & Kids Together
By Pia Silvani & Lynn Eckhardt
TS386
ISBN: 9780793805686 • UPC: 018214105688
SC, 7” x 8”, 240 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$16.95
The Super Simple Guide to Housetraining
By Teoti Anderson
SSG100
ISBN: 9780793834662 • UPC: 018214134657
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, 100 full-color photos
$9.95
The Whelping and Rearing of Puppies
By Muriel Lee
TS288
ISBN: 9780793804979 • UPC: 018214104971
Spiral Bound SC, 7” x 10”, 128 pages, full-color
photos
$19.95
Dogs: training & sports ...............................................
50 Games to Play With Your Dog
By Suellen Dainty
TS408
ISBN: 9780793806171 • UPC: 018214106173
SC, 5 ¾” x 7 ¾”, 128 pages, full-color photos
$13.95
50 Tricks to Teach Your Dog
By Sophie Collins
TS451
ISBN: 9780793806454 • UPC: 018214106456
SC, 5 ¾” x 7 ¾”, 128 pages, full-color photos
$13.95
101 Fun Things to Do With Your Dog
By Alison Smith
TS454
ISBN: 9780793806300 • UPC: 0182141106302
HC, 5 ¾”x 8 ¼”, 160 pages, over 120 full-color
photos
$15.95
..............................................................................
The Beginner’s Guide to Dog Agility
By Laurie Leach
TS371
ISBN: 9780793805464 • UPC: 018214105466
SC, 7” x 8”, 256 pages, full-color photos
$18.95
28
Click & Train Your Dog
By Mary Ray
TS427
ISBN: 9780793806225 • UPC: 018214106227
SC, 6 1⁄8” x 9 ¼”, 144 pages, full-color photos
$16.95
Correcting Bad Habits in Dogs
By Claire Arrowsmith
TS452
ISBN: 9780793806461 • UPC: 018214106463
HC with hidden spiral, 8 ½” x 8 ½”, 30 pages, photos/
charts/stickers
$17.95
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Dogs: training & sports ...............................................
Crate Training (Quick & Easy®)
By Teoti Anderson
QE104
ISBN: 9780793810031 • UPC: 018214110033
SC, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 64 pages, over 45 full-color photos
$4.95
Dancing With Dogs
By Mary Ann Nester
TS437
ISBN: 9780793806737 • UPC: 018214106739
SC, 6 ¾” x 8 ¼”, 208 pages, full-color photos
$19.95
The Dog Owner’s Problem Solver (Quick & Easy®)
By Amy Fernandez
QE103
ISBN: 9780793810116 • UPC: 018214110026
SC, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 64 pages, full-color photos
$4.95
..............................................................................
The Dog Training Handbook
By Sheila Webster Boneham, Ph.D.
TN134
ISBN: 9780793836833 • UPC: 018214136835
HC, 6 ¾” x 9”, 208 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
Dog University
By Viviane Theby
TS442
ISBN: 9780793806362 • UPC: 018214106364
SC, 7 ¹¹/16” x 10 ¼”, 144 pages, 300 full-color photos
$19.95
The Encyclopedia of Dog Sports and Activities
By Diane Morgan
PPG100
ISBN: 9780793812752 • UPC: 018214112754
SC, 4 ½” x 7 ³/8”, 496 pages, full-color photos
$29.95
..............................................................................
High-Energy Dogs
By Tracy Libby
TS435
ISBN: 9780793806706 • UPC: 018214106708
SC, 7” x 8 ¾”, 256 pages, over 100 full-color photos
$19.95
How to Behave So Your Dog Behaves(2nd Edition)
By Dr. Sophia Yin, DVM, MS
TS450
ISBN: 9780793806447 • UPC: 018214106449
SC, 6 ½” x 8”, 272 pages, over 100 full-color
illustrations
$19.95
The Intermediate’s Guide to Dog Agility
By Laurie Leach
TS443
ISBN: 9780793806379 • UPC: 018214106371
HC, 6 ½” x 8”, 256 pages, over 200 full-color photos
$24.95
..............................................................................
$22.95
Little Dogs: Training Your Pint-Sized Companion
By Deborah Wood
TS366
ISBN: 9780793805372 • UPC: 018214105374
SC, 7 ¾” x 10 ¼”, 144 pages, full-color photos
$12.95
The Little Dogs’ Activity Book
By Deborah Wood
TS399
ISBN: 9780793806034 • UPC: 018214106036
SC, 6 1⁄8” x 9 ¼”, 192 pages, photos/illustrations
$12.95
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Parenting Your Dog
By Trish King
TS447
ISBN: 9780793806416 • UPC: 018214106418
SC, 6 ½” x 8”, 256 pages, full-color photos
$19.95
29
Dogs: training & sports ...............................................
The Sit Down Come Heel Stay and Stand Book
By Claire Arrowsmith
TS425
ISBN: 9780793806607 • UPC: 018214106609
HC with hidden spiral, 8 ½” x 8 ½”, 30 pages,
photos/charts/stickers
$17.95
Smart Tricks for Smart Dogs
By Mary Ann Nester
TS441
ISBN: 9780793806294 • UPC: 018214106296
HC with hidden spiral, 8 ½” x 8 ½”, 30 pages, photos/
charts/stickers
$17.95
Top Tips From Top Trainers
By APDT Members
TS446
ISBN: 9780793806409 • UPC: 018214106401
SC, 6 ½” x 8”, 256 pages, full-color photos
$19.95
..............................................................................
Training the Hard-to-Train Dog
By Peggy Swager
TS432
ISBN: 9780793806676 • UPC: 018214106678
SC, 7” x 8”, 240 pages, full-color photos
$19.95
Training Your Dog
By Dominique De Vito
AP024
ISBN: 9780793837731 • UPC: 018214137733
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
The Ultimate Guide to Rally-O
By Deb Eldredge, DVM
TS453
ISBN: 9780793806485 • UPC: 018214106487
HC, 6 ½” x 8”, 240 pages, over 150 full-color photos
and maps
$24.95
Fish: general reference ...............................................
Adventurous Aquarist GuideTM:
The 101 Best Aquarium Plants
By Mary Sweeney
MC127S
ISBN: 9781890087197 • UPC: 681290087195
1
SC, 4 ⁄8” x 7 ¾”, 192 pages, full-color photos
$18.95
Brackish Water Fishes
By Neale Monks, Editor
TS381
ISBN: 9780793805648 • UPC: 018214105640
HC with jacket, 8 ½” x 9 ¾”, 384 pages, photos/
illustrations
$44.95
Culturing Live Foods
By Mike Hellweg
TS421
ISBN: 9780793806553 • UPC: 018214106555
HC with jacket, 8 ½” x 9 ¾”, 240 pages, full-color
photos
$39.95
......................... Freshwater: general reference ...........
Mini-Aquariums
By David E. Boruchowitz
TS389
ISBN: 9780793805730 • UPC: 018214105732
HC with jacket, 8 ½” x 8 ½”, 256 pages, over100
full-color photos
$34.95
30
The 101 Best Tropical Fishes(Adventurous
Aquarist GuideTM)
By Kathleen Wood
MC123S
ISBN: 9781890087937 • UPC: 681290087935
1
SC, 4 ⁄8” x 7 ¾”, 192 pages, 175 full-color photos
$18.95
Dr. Axelrod’s Mini-Atlas of Freshwater Aquarium
Fishes
By Glen S. Axelrod, et al.
H1090
ISBN: 9780866223850 • UPC: 018214238515
HC, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 992 pages, full-color photos
$49.95
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Freshwater: general reference ......................................
The Encyclopedia of Exotic Tropical Fishes for
Freshwater Aquariums
By Glen S. Axelrod and Brian M. Scott
TS385
ISBN: 9780793805709 • UPC: 018214105701
HC, 8 ½” x 9 ¼”, 845 pages, photos/illustrations
$89.95
Freshwater Aquarium Problem Solver
By David E. Boruchowitz
AP012
ISBN: 9780793837618 • UPC: 018214137610
7
HC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
Freshwater Aquariums
By David E. Boruchowitz
AP011
ISBN: 9780793837601 • UPC: 018214137603
7
HC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
..............................................................................
Nature Aquarium: Complete Works 1985-2009
By Takashi Amano
TS455
ISBN: 9780793806492 • UPC: 018214106494
HC with jacket, 10 7⁄8” x 9 7⁄8”, 264 pages, over 200
full-color photos
$59.95
The Simple Guide to Freshwater Aquariums
Tropical Fishes (A PocketExpert™ Guide to)
By David E. Boruchowitz
TS328
ISBN: 9780793821228 • UPC: 018214121015
SC, 7 ½” x 7 ¾”, 254 pages, full-color photos
$17.95
By Mary E. Sweeney, Mary Bailey
and Aaron Norman
MC130S
ISBN: 9780982026205 • UPC: 681290026200
SC, 4 ½” x 7 ¼”, 448 pages, full-color photos
$29.95
Aquarium Care of Cichlids
Aquarium Care of Fancy Guppies
(2nd Edition)
Freshwater: fish ........................................................
Aquarium Care of Bettas
By David E. Boruchowitz
AP014
ISBN: 9780793837632 • UPC: 018214137634
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
By Claudia Dickinson
AP028
ISBN: 9780793837779 • UPC: 018214137771
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
By Stan Shubel
AP015
ISBN: 9780793837649 • UPC: 018214137641
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
..............................................................................
Aquarium Care of Goldfish
By David E. Boruchowitz
AP051
ISBN: 9780793837007 • UPC: 018214137009
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, full-color photos
$10.95
Aquarium Care of Livebearers
By Ted Dengler Coletti, Ph.D.
AP052
ISBN: 9780793837014 • UPC: 018214137016
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, full-color photos
$10.95
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Aquarium Care of Oscars
By Neal Pronek et al.
AP013
ISBN: 9780793837625 • UPC: 018214137627
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
31
Freshwater: fish ........................................................
Betta Care (Quick & Easy®)
By The Pet Experts at TFH
QE301
ISBN: 9780793810406 • UPC: 018214110408
SC, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 64 pages, over 45 full-color photos
$4.95
The Essential Book of Koi
Catfishes
By Lee Finley
AS101
ISBN: 9780793816767 • UPC: 018214116769
7
HC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 128 pages, full-color photos
$10.95
...................................................
Loaches
By Mark Macdonald, Editor
TS411
ISBN: 9780793806201 • UPC: 018214106203
HC with jacket, 8 ½” x 9 ¼”, 272 pages, over 150
full-color photos
$34.95
Tetras and Barbs
By Randy Carey
AS100
ISBN: 9780793816767 • UPC: 018214116769
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, full-color photos
$10.95
By Steve Hickling et al.
TS414
ISBN: 9780793806232 • UPC: 018214106234
HC with jacket, 8 ½” x 10”, 208 pages, over 600
photos/illustrations
$34.95
Saltwater: general
The 101 Best Marine Invertebrates (Adventurous
Aquarist GuideTM)
By Scott W. Michael
MC126S
ISBN: 9781890087234 • UPC: 681290087232
SC, 4 ¹⁄8” x 7 ¾”, 192 pages, full-color photos
$18.95
..............................................................................
5
The 101 Best Saltwater Fishes (Adventurous
Aquarist GuideTM)
By Scott W. Michael
MC122S
ISBN: 9781890087920 • UPC: 681290087928
1
SC, 4 ⁄8” x 7 ¾”, 192 pages, 175 full-color photos
$18.95
Advanced Marine Aquarium Techniques
By Jay Hemdal
TS382
ISBN: 9780793805655 • UPC: 018214105657
HC with jacket, 8 ½” x 9 ¼”, 432 pages, full-color
photos
$59.95
Aquarium Corals
By Eric H. Borneman
MC100
ISBN: 9781890087470 • UPC: 681290087478
HC, 8 ½” x 9 ¼”, 464 pages, full-color photos
$59.95
..............................................................................
Aquarium Keeping & Rescue
By Carl DelFavero
MC114S
ISBN: 9781890087494 • UPC: 681290087492
SC, 8 ¾” x 10 ¾”, 112 pages, full-color photos
$24.95
32
The Complete Illustrated Breeder’s Guide to
Marine Aquarium Fishes
By Matthew L. Wittenrich
MC121
ISBN: 9781890087715 • UPC: 681290087713
HC, 8 ½” x 9 ¼”, 304 pages, 300 full-color photos
$49.95
The Conscientious Marine Aquarist (2nd Edition)
By Robert M. Fenner
MC128
ISBN: 9781890087999 • UPC: 681290087997
HC, 8 ½” x 9 ¼”, 456 pages, full-color photos
$69.95
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Saltwater: general reference ........................................
Dr. Burgess’s Atlas of Marine Aquarium Fishes
By Dr. Warren E. Burgess, Dr. Herbert R. Axelrod &
Raymond E. Hunziker
H1100
ISBN: 9780793805754 • UPC: 018214289692
HC, 8 ¼” x 10 ¾”, 736 pages, full-color photos
$89.95
Marine Aquarium Handbook
By Martin A. Moe, Jr.
MC131S
ISBN: 9780982026212 • UPC: 681290026217
SC, 6” x 9”, 352 pages, full-color photos
$24.95
Marine Chemistry
By Chris R. Brightwell
TS390
ISBN: 9780793805747 • UPC: 018214105749
HC with jacket, 8 ½” x 9 ¼”, 272 pages, over 100
full-color photos
$39.95
..............................................................................
Marine Fishes (A PocketExpert™ Guide to)
By Scott W. Michael
MC106S
ISBN: 9781890087388 • UPC: 681290087386
SC, 4 ½ x 7 ¼”, 448 pages, full-color photos
$29.95
The Marine Fish Health & Feeding Handbook
By Bob Goemans & Lance Ichinotsubo
MC124
ISBN: 9781890087951 • UPC: 681290087959
HC, 8 ½” x 9 ¼”, 232 pages, over 150 full-color
photos
$39.95
Marine Invertebrates (A PocketExpert™ Guide to)
By Ronald L. Shimek
MC110S
ISBN: 9781890087661 • UPC: 681290087669
SC, 4 ½” x 7 ¼”, 448 pages, full-color photos
$29.95
..............................................................................
The Nano-Reef Handbook
By Chris Brightwell
TS457
ISBN: 9780793807178 • UPC: 018214107170
SC, 8 ½” x 8 ¾”, 192 pages, over 140 full-color
photos
$19.95
The New Marine Aquarium
By Michael S. Paletta
MC105S
ISBN: 9781890087524 • UPC: 681290087522
SC, 8 3⁄8” x 10 7⁄8”, 144 pages, full-color photos
$19.95
Reef Aquarium Fishes (A PocketExpert™ Guide to)
By Scott W. Michael
MC120S
ISBN: 9781890087890 • UPC: 681290087898
SC, 4 ½ x 7 ¼”, 448 pages, full-color photos
$29.95
..............................................................................
Reef Life
By Denise Nielsen Tackett & Larry Tackett
MC107
ISBN: 9781890087555 • UPC: 681290087553
HC, 8 3⁄8” x 10 7⁄8”, 224 pages, full-color photos
$39.95
Reef Life
By Denise Nielsen Tackett & Larry Tackett
MC107S
ISBN: 9781890087562 • UPC: 681290087560
SC, 8 3⁄8” x 10 7⁄8”, 224 pages, full-color photos
$29.95
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Saltwater Aquarium Problem Solver
By Jeff Kurtz
AP047
ISBN: 9780793837960 • UPC: 018214137962
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
33
Saltwater: general reference ........................................
Saltwater Aquariums
By David E. Boruchowitz
AP040
ISBN: 9780793837892 • UPC: 018214137894
7
HC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
The Simple Guide to Marine Aquariums
(2nd Edition)
By Jeffrey Kurtz with David E. Boruchowitz
TS334
ISBN: 9780793806720 • UPC: 018214121060
SC, 7 ½” x 7 ¾”, 256 pages, full-color photos
$17.95
The Simple Guide to Mini-Reef Aquariums
By Jeffrey Kurtz
TS350
ISBN: 9780793821211 • UPC: 018214121213
SC, 8 ½” x 8 ¾”, 224 pages, full-color photos
$19.95
...................................................
Saltwater: fish ....
The Super Simple Guide to Corals
Cephalopods
By James W. Fatherree
SSG007
ISBN: 9780793834563 • UPC: 018214134565
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 144 pages, full-color photos
$11.95
Ultimate Marine Aquariums
By Michael S. Paletta
MC116
ISBN: 1890087746 • UPC: 681290087744
HC, 8 ½” x 9 ¼”, 160 pages, full-color photos
$39.95
By Nancy King and Colin Dunlop
TS423
ISBN: 9780793806584 • UPC: 018214106586
HC, 8 ½” x 9 ¼”, 240 pages, full-color photos
$39.95
..............................................................................
Clownfishes and Other Damselfishes
Damselfishes & Anemonefishes (Reef Fishes, Volume 4)
........................
Ponds ...........................................
Wrasses & Parrotfishes (Reef Fishes, Volume 5)
Setup & Care of Garden Ponds
By Jeff Kurtz
AS102
ISBN: 9780793816781 • UPC: 018214116783
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, full-color photos
$10.95
By Scott W. Michael
MC129
ISBN: 9781890087449 • UPC: 681290087447
HC, 8 ½” x 9 ¼”, 400 pages, full-color photos
$69.95
34
By Scott W. Michael
MC125
ISBN: 9781890087975 • UPC: 681290087973
HC, 8 ½” x 9 ¼”, 256 pages, over 300 full-color
photos
$44.95
By Terry Anne Barber
AP029
ISBN: 9780793837786 • UPC: 018214137788
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
Lionfishes and Other Scorpionfishes
By Frank C. Marini, Ph.D.
AS103
ISBN: 9780793816798 • UPC: 018214116790
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, full-color photos
$10.95
The Simple Guide to Garden Ponds
By Terry Anne Barber
TS338
ISBN: 9780793821105 • UPC: 018214121107
SC, 8 ½” x 8 ¾”, 256 pages, full-color photos
$19.95
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Horse & Farm ............................................................
Better Riding
By Jo Bird
EQ005
ISBN: 9780793832033 • UPC: 018214132035
SC, 8” x 8 ¾”, 96 pages, full-color photos
$14.95
Choosing and Keeping Ducks and Geese
By Liz Wright
TS433
ISBN: 9780793806683 • UPC: 018214106685
SC, 7 ½” x 7”, 208 pages, full-color photos
$18.95
Getting to Yes
By Sharon Foley
EQ001
ISBN: 9780793832002 • UPC: 018214132004
SC, 7” x 8”, 304 pages, 100 full-color photos
$19.95
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Gymnastics: Systematic Training for Jumping
Horses
Horse Care & Fitness
........................
Other ...........................................
The Whole Horse Wellness Guide
Bugs as Pets
By James C. Wofford
INT204
ISBN: 9781900667388 • UPC: 018214167389
SC, 7 9⁄10” x 5 ½”, 96 pages, illustrations
$14.95
By Diane Morgan
EQ003
ISBN: 9780793832019 • UPC: 018214132011
HC with jacket, 8” x 10”, 288 pages, full-color photos
$39.95
By Jo Bird
EQ004
ISBN: 9780793832026 • UPC: 018214132028
SC, 8” x 8 ¾”, 96 pages, full-color photos
$14.95
By Jay Hemdal
AP045
ISBN: 9780793837946 • UPC: 018214137948
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
...................................................
Hermit Crabs
By Carol Frischmann
AP058
ISBN: 9780793837083 • UPC: 018214137085
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 80 pages, over 40 full-color photos
$8.95
Tarantulas
By Michael Andreas Jacobi
AP060
ISBN: 9780793837106 • UPC: 018214137108
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 40 full-color photos
$10.95
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Keeping Bees
By Paul Peacock
TS434
ISBN: 9780793806690 • UPC: 018214106692
SC, 7 ½” x”, 144 pages, full-color photos
$18.95
Hermit Crab Care (Quick & Easy®)
By The Pet Experts at TFH
QE401
ISBN: 9780793810147 • UPC: 018214110149
SC, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 64 pages, over 45 full-color photos
$4.95
Reptiles: general .
Natural Terrariums
By Philip Purser
CH811
ISBN: 9780793828913 • UPC: 018214128915
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 160 pages, over 120 full-color
photos
$14.95
35
Reptiles: general .
Reptiles: lizards .............................
Raising Live Foods
Bearded Dragons
By Michael R. Hellweg
CH821
ISBN: 9780793828609 • UPC: 018214128601
7
SC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 160 pages, full-color photos
$14.95
By Thomas Mazorlig
AP062
ISBN: 9780793837137 • UPC: 018214137139
7
SC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 112 pages, over 40 full-color photos
$10.95
Bearded Dragons
By Philip Purser
CH807
ISBN: 9780793828876 • UPC: 018214128878
7
SC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
..............................................................................
Crested Geckos
By Adam Black
CH801
ISBN: 9780793828814 • UPC: 018214128816
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
Giant Lizards (2nd Edition)
By Robert George Sprackland, Ph.D.
TS391
ISBN: 9780793805815 • UPC: 018214105817
HC with jacket, 8 ½” x 8 ¾”, 336 pages, full-color
photos
$79.95
Green Iguanas
By Adam Britton & Jennifer Swofford
CH809
ISBN: 9780793828890 • UPC: 018214128892
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
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Guide to Lizards
By Robert G. Sprackland, Ph.D.
PPG101
ISBN: 9780793812769 • UPC: 018214112761
SC, 4 ½” x 7 3⁄8”, 400 pages, full-color photos
$29.95
Insect-Eating Lizards
By Philip Purser
CH816
ISBN: 9780793828968 • UPC: 018214128960
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
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Savannah Monitors
By Mark K. Bayless
CH806
ISBN: 9780793828869 • UPC: 018214128861
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
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Uromastyx
By John F. Taylor
CH817
ISBN: 9780793828975 • UPC: 018214128977
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
Leopard Geckos
By Gerold Merker & Cindy Merker with Julie Bergman &
Tom Mazorlig
CH803
ISBN: 9780793828838 • UPC: 018214128830
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
Reptiles: Snakes ..
Ball Pythons
By Colette Sutherland
CH820
ISBN: 9780793828593 • UPC: 018214128595
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
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Reptiles: snakes ........................................................
Corn & Rat Snakes
Good Snakekeeping
........................
Reptiles: turtles .............................
Red-Tailed Boas
Aquatic Turtles
By Philip Purser
CH800
ISBN: 9780793828807 • UPC: 018214128809
7
SC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
By Ben Aller, Mark K. Bayless
& Riley Campbell
CH808
ISBN: 9780793828883 • UPC: 018214128885
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
By Philip Purser
TS448
ISBN: 9780793806423 • UPC: 018214106425
HC, 7” x 8”, 288 pages, full-color photos
$24.95
By David T. Kirkpatrick
CH805
ISBN: 9780793828852 • UPC: 018214128854
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
King & Milk Snakes
By Adam Black
CH812
ISBN: 9780793828920 • UPC: 018214128922
7
SC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
Box Turtles
By Tess Cook
CH815
ISBN: 9780793828951 • UPC: 018214128953
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
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Red-Eared Sliders
By Katrina Smith
AP059
ISBN: 9780793837090 • UPC: 018214137092
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$10.95
Russian Tortoises
By E.J. Pirog
CH802
ISBN: 9780793828821 • UPC: 018214128823
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
Sulcata and Leopard Tortoises
By E.J. Pirog
CH818
ISBN: 9780793828982 • UPC: 018214128984
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
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Amphibians ........
Tortoises
Frogs and Toads
By E.J. Pirog
CH824
ISBN: 9780793828630 • UPC: 018214128632
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8, 160 pages, over 120 full-color photos
$14.95
Tortoises
By Andrew Highfield
TS438
ISBN: 9780793806744 • UPC: 018214106746
SC, 5 ¾” x 8 ¼”, 64 pages, full-color photos
$9.95
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CH823
ISBN: 9780793828623 • UPC: 018214128625
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 160 pages, 120 full-color photos
$14.95
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Amphibians ...................................
Small Mammals .....
Newts and Salamanders
Chinchillas
By Devin Edmonds
CH819
ISBN: 9780793828999 • UPC: 018214128991
7
SC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
Poison Dart Frogs
By Amanda and Greg Sihler
CH813
ISBN: 9780793828937 • UPC: 018214128939
7
SC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 128 pages, 120 full-color photos
$10.95
By David Alderton
AP041
ISBN: 9780793837908 • UPC: 018214137900
7
HC, 6 ½” x 7 ⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
Small Mammals ..........................................................
Ferrets
By Vickie McKimmey
AP038
ISBN: 9780793837878 • UPC: 018214137870
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
Gerbils
By Sue Fox
AP030
ISBN: 9780793837793 • UPC: 018214137795
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
Guinea Pigs
By Julie Mancini
AP020
ISBN: 9780793837694 • UPC: 018214137696
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
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Hamsters
By Sue Fox
AP019
ISBN: 9780793837687 • UPC: 018214137689
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
Good Rabbitkeeping
By Sue Fox
TS428
ISBN: 9780793806638 • UPC: 018214106630
SC, 7” x 8”, 256 pages, full-color photos
$19.95
Mice
By Tammy Gagne
AP063
ISBN: 9780793837427 • UPC: 018214137429
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 40 full-color photos
$10.95
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Rabbits
By Sue Fox
AP016
ISBN: 9780793837656 • UPC: 018214137658
HC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$11.95
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Rabbits
By The Pet Experts at TFH
PPC005
ISBN: 9780793810086 • UPC: 018214110088
SC, 8 ½” x 6”, 64 pages, full-color photos
$7.95
Rats
By Julie Mancini
AP056
ISBN: 9780793837069 • UPC: 018214137061
SC, 6 ½” x 7 7⁄8”, 112 pages, over 60 full-color photos
$10.95
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TS417
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Birds: general reference
Title
Dogs: general reference
Book#
ISBN
Price
Stat
Title
Book#
ISBN
Price
Stat
The Click That Does the Trick
TS378-EB
978-0-7938-4543-9
$11.99
a
All-Breed Dog Grooming
H1095-EB
978-0-7938-4292-6
$19.99
a
El Cuidado de los Pajaros
QES207-EB
978-0-7938-4513-2
$2.99
a
Designer Dogs
PC042-EB
978-0-7938-4336-7
$8.99
a
The Healthy Bird Cookbook
TS367-EB
978-0-7938-4539-2
$12.99
a
Doggy Business 101
TS439-EB
978-0-7938-4294-0
$14.99
a
Quick & Easy Bird Care
QE207-EB
978-0-7938-4492-0
$2.99
a
The Encyclopedia of Dog Breeds
PPG102-EB
978-0-7938-4482-1
$19.99
a
Your Outta Control Bird
OC201-EB
978-0-7938-4476-0
$9.99
a
The Goldsteins’ Wellness & Longevity Program for Dogs & Cats
TS370-EB
978-0-7938-4540-8
$13.99
a
Canaries
PC046-EB
978-0-7938-4340-4
$8.99
a
The Happy Adopted Dog
TN138-EB
978-0-7938-4400-5
$13.99
a
Cockatiels
PC017-EB
978-0-7938-4315-2
$8.99
a
The Holistic Health Guide for Dogs
TN135-EB
978-0-7938-4397-8
$13.99
a
Conures
PC021-EB
978-0-7938-4316-9
$8.99
a
The Little Dogs’ Beauty Book
TS395-EB
978-0-7938-4580-4
$9.99
a
Finches
PC048-EB
978-0-7938-4342-8
$8.99
a
Living Green With Your Dog
TS444-EB
978-0-7938-0638-6
$12.99
a
Good Parrotkeeping
TS431-EB
978-0-7938-4591-0
$14.99
a
The Living Well Guide to Senior Dogs
TS409-EB
978-0-7938-4286-5
$13.99
a
Lories and Lorikeets
BG103-EB
978-0-7938-4409-8
$9.99
a
The Mixed-Breed Dog
TN126-EB
978-0-7938-4255-1
$13.99
a
Lovebirds
PC031-EB
978-0-7938-4325-1
$8.99
a
Mixed-Breed Dogs
PC057-EB
978-0-7938-4350-3
$8.99
a
Parakeets
KW036-EB
978-0-7938-4473-9
$6.99
a
The Multiple-Dog Family
PC054-EB
978-0-7938-4347-3
$8.99
a
Parakeets
PC018-EB
978-07938-4283-4
$8.99
a
Quick & Easy Guide to a Healthy Dog
QE102-EB
978-0-7938-4484-5
$2.99
a
A Parrot for Life
TS392-EB
978-0-7938-4578-1
$13.99
a
The Simple Guide to Dog Care
TS375-EB
978-0-7938-4542-2
$13.99
a
The Parrot Problem Solver
TS379-EB
978-0-7938-4276-6
$11.99
a
The Simple Guide to Grooming
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TS344-EB
978-0-7938-4533-0
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a
Pionus Parrots
BG101-EB
978-0-7938-4408-1
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a
Sneeze-Free Dog Breeds
TS387-EB
978-0-7938-4299-5
$9.99
a
Quick & Easy Parakeet Care
QE601-EB
978-0-7938-4509-5
$2.99
a
We Can’t Stay Together for the Dogs
TS415-EB
978-0-7938-4285-8
$13.99
a
Quick & Easy Zebra Finch Care
QE602-EB
978-0-7938-4510-1
$2.99
a
The Well-Behaved Family Dog
QE103B-EB
978-0-7938-4601-6
$2.99
a
Senegal Parrots
BG100-EB
978-0-7938-4407-4
$9.99
a
Your Outta Control Adopted Dog
OC102-EB
978-0-7938-4449-4
$9.99
a
Attracting and Feeding Backyard
Birds
PC037-EB
978-0-7938-4331-2
$8.99
a
American Pit Bull Terrier
DL100-EB
978-0-7938-4452-4
$13.99
a
Quick & Easy Attracting and Feeding
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QE208-EB
978-0-7938-4493-7
$2.99
a
American Pit Bull Terrier
TN101-EB
978-0-7938-4281-0
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a
American Pit Bull Terriers
PC009-EB
978-0-7938-4308-4
$8.99
a
Australian Shepherd
TN128-EB
978-0-7938-4250-6
$13.99
a
a
Basset Hound
TN102-EB
978-0-7938-4375-6
$13.99
a
TN103-EB
978-0-7938-4376-3
$13.99
a
Birds: types
Birds: wild
Dogs: breeds
Cats
The Cat Owner’s Problem Solver
TS416-EB
978-0-7938-4585-9
$10.99
Cat Training in 10 Minutes
TS340-EB
978-0-7938-4277-3
$10.99
a
Beagle
Cats
PC022-EB
978-0-7938-4317-6
$8.99
a
Beagles
PC033-EB
978-0-7938-4327-5
$8.99
a
TN104-EB
978-0-7938-4377-0
$13.99
a
El Cuidado de los Gatos
QES209-EB
978-0-7938-4514-9
$2.99
a
Bichon Frise
The Goldsteins’ Wellness & Longevity Program for Dogs & Cats
TS370-EB
978-0-7938-4540-8
$13.99
a
Bichons Frises
PC039-EB
978-0-7938-4333-6
$8.99
a
Border Collie
TN127-EB
978-0-7938-4392-3
$13.99
a
Good Catkeeping
TS405-EB
978-0-7938-4583-5
$14.99
a
Boston Terrier
DL101-EB
978-0-7938-4453-1
$13.99
a
The Multiple-Cat Family
PC049-EB
978-0-7938-4343-5
$8.99
a
Boston Terrier
TN105-EB
978-0-7938-4378-7
$13.99
a
Quick & Easy Kitten and Cat Care
QE209-EB
978-0-7938-4494-4
$2.99
a
Boxer
DL102-EB
978-0-7938-4454-8
$13.99
a
Quick & Easy Kitten Care
QE205-EB
978-0-7938-4490-6
$2.99
a
Boxer
TN106-EB
978-0-7938-4379-4
$13.99
a
Senior Cats
PC032-EB
978-0-7938-4326-8
$8.99
a
Boxers
PC010-EB
978-0-7938-4309-1
$8.99
a
Your Outta Contral Cat
OC103-EB
978-0-7938-4475-3
$9.99
a
Bulldog
DL103-EB
978-0-7938-4455-5
$13.99
a
Bulldog
TN107-EB
978-0-7938-4251-3
$13.99
a
RE410-EB
978-0-7938-4288-9
$5.95
a
Bulldogs
PC034-EB
978-0-7938-4328-2
$8.99
a
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
DL104-EB
978-0-7938-4456-2
$13.99
a
Cats: breeds
The Guide to Owning a Ragdoll Cat
40
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Dogs: breeds continued
Dogs: breeds continued
Title
Book#
ISBN
Chihuahua
DL105-EB
978-0-7938-4457-9
Chihuahua
TN108-EB
978-0-7938-4380-0
Chihuahuas
PC005-EB
Cocker Spaniel
TN124-EB
Dachshund
Dachshunds
Price
Stat
Title
Book#
ISBN
$13.99
a
Weimaraner
TN129-EB
978-0-7938-4393-0
$13.99
a
$13.99
a
West Highland White Terrier
TN119-EB
978-0-7938-4261-2
$13.99
a
978-0-7938-4304-6
$8.99
a
West Highland White Terriers
PC055-EB
978-0-7938-4348-0
$8.99
a
978-0-7938-4390-9
$13.99
a
Yorkshire Terrier
DL109-EB
978-0-7938-4461-6
$13.99
a
TN109-EB
978-0-7938-4381-7
$13.99
a
Yorkshire Terrier
TN120-EB
978-0-7938-4387-9
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a
PC036-EB
978-0-7938-4330-5
$8.99
a
Yorkshire Terriers
PC001-EB
978-0-7938-4300-8
$8.99
a
English Cocker Spaniel
TN136-EB
978-0-7938-4398-5
$13.99
a
Dogs: puppy care
English Springer Spaniel
TN137-EB
978-0-7938-4399-2
$13.99
a
Puppy Care & Training
TN132-EB
978-0-7938-4280-3
$13.99
a
French Bulldog
BL101-EB
978-0-7938-4412-8
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a
Puppy Training and Care
PC044-EB
978-0-7938-4338-1
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a
German Shepherd Dog
DL106-EB
978-0-7938-4458-6
$13.99
a
QE101A-EB
978-0-7938-4600-9
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a
German Shepherd Dog
TN111-EB
978-0-7938-4284-1
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a
Quick & Easy Puppy Care and
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German Shepherd Dogs
PC007-EB
978-0-7938-4306-0
$8.99
a
Raising Puppies & Kids Together
TS386-EB
978-0-7938-4298-8
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a
Super Simple Guide to Housetraining
SSG100-EB
978-0-793804561-3
$7.99
a
Well-Behaved Puppy
QE101-EB
978-0-7938-4483-8
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a
Whelping & Rearing of Puppies
TS288-EB
978-0-7938-4570-5
$13.99
f
Your Outta Control Puppy
OC101-EB
978-0-7938-4448-7
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a
German Shorthaired Pointer
BL105-EB
978-0-7938-4416-6
$10.99
a
Golden Retriever
DL107-EB
978-0-7938-4459-3
$13.99
a
Price
Stat
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TN110-EB
978-0-7938-4382-4
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a
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PC008-EB
978-0-7938-4307-7
$8.99
a
Great Dane
BL103-EB
978-0-7938-4414-2
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a
Dogs: training & sports
Greyhound
BL100-EB
978-0-7938-4411-1
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a
The Beginner’s Guide to Dog Agility
TS371-EB
978-0-7938-4275-9
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a
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DL108-EB
978-0-7938-4460-9
$13.99
a
QE103-EB
978-0-7938-4485-2
$2.99
a
Labrador Retriever
TN112-EB
978-0-7938-4289-6
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a
Quick & Easy Dog Owner’s Problem
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Labrador Retrievers
PC006-EB
978-0-7938-4305-3
$8.99
a
The Dog Training Handbook
TN134-EB
978-0-7938-4396-1
$13.99
a
Maltese
TN113-EB
978-0-7938-4383-1
$13.99
a
The Encyclopedia of Dog Sports &
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PPG100-EB
978-0-7938-4480-7
$19.99
a
Maltese
PC023-EB
978-0-7938-4318-3
$8.99
a
Entrenamiento para Perros
QES103-EB
978-0-7938-4511-8
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a
Miniature Schnauzer
TN121-EB
978--07938-4388-6
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a
High-Energy Dogs
TS435-EB
978-0-7938-4593-4
$13.99
a
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PC053-EB
978-0-7938-4346-6
$8.99
a
TS450-EB
978-0-7938-4290-2
$13.99
a
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PC025-EB
978-0-7938-4320-6
$8.99
a
How to Behave So Your Dog
Behaves, Revised and Updated 2nd
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Parson and Jack Russell Terriers
TN115-EB
978-0-7938-4384-8
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a
978-0-7938-4594-1
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a
BL102-EB
978-0-7938-4413-5
$10.99
a
The Intermediate’s Guide to Dog
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TS443-EB
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TN122-EB
978-0-7938-4389-3
$13.99
a
Little Dogs
TS366-EB
978-0-7938-4291-9
$9.99
a
The Little Dogs’ Activity Book
TS399-EB
978-0-7938-4581-1
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a
Parenting Your Dog
TS447-EB
978-0-7938-4595-8
$13.99
a
Positive Reinforcement
TS326-EB
978-0-7938-4262-9
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a
Quick & Easy Crate Training
QE104-EB
978-0-7938-4297-1
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a
Quick & Easy Dog Training
QE103A-EB
978-0-7938-4602-3
$2.99
a
Raising Puppies & Kids Together
TS386-EB
978-0-7938-4298-8
$13.99
a
Top Tips From Top Trainers
TS446-EB
978-0-7938-4278-0
$13.99
a
Training the Hard-to-Train Dog
TS432-EB
978-0-7938-4592-7
$13.99
a
Training Your Dog
PC024-EB
978-0-7938-4319-0
$8.99
a
Training Your Dog for Life
TN134-EB
978-0-7938-4396-1
$13.99
a
The Ultimate Guide to Rally-O
TS453-EB
978-0-7938-4598-9
$14.99
a
Pomeranians
PC003-EB
978-0-7938-4302-2
$8.99
a
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PC043-EB
978-0-7938-4337-4
$8.99
a
Pug
TN117-EB
978-0-7938-4385-5
$13.99
a
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PC004-EB
978-0-7938-4303-9
$8.99
a
Rat Terrier
BL104-EB
978-0-7938-4415-9
$10.99
a
Rottweiler
TN125-EB
978-0-7938-4391-6
$13.99
a
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PC026-EB
978-0-7938-4263-6
$8.99
a
Shetland Sheepdog
TN142-EB
978-0-7938-4402-9
$13.99
a
Shih Tzu
TN118-EB
978-0-7938-4386-2
$13.99
a
Shih Tzu
PC002-EB
978-0-7938-4301-5
$8.99
a
$13.99
a
978-0-7938-4321-3
$8.99
a
978-0-7938-4254-4
$13.99
a
Staffordshire Bull Terrier
TN133-EB
978-0-7938-4395-4
Staffordshire Bull Terriers
PC027-EB
Miniature Pinscher
TN114-EB
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The 101 Best Aquarium Plants
MC127-EB
978-0-7938-4443-2
$13.99
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978-0-7938-4439-5
$13.99
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Freshwater: general reference
The 101 Best Tropical Fishes
MC123-EB
El Acuario Su Instalacion y Mas
QES303-EB
978-0-7938-4515-6
$2.99
a
Freshwater Aquarium Problems
Solved!
PC012-EB
978-0-7938-4311-4
$8.99
a
Title
Book#
ISBN
Price
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Saltwater Aquarium Problems
Solved!
PC047-EB
978-0-7938-4341-1
$8.99
a
Setup & Care of Saltwater
Aquariums
PC040-EB
978-0-7938-4334-3
$8.99
a
The Simple Guide to Marine
Aquariums
TS334-EB
978-0-7938-4574-3
$13.99
a
The Simple Guide to Mini-Reef
Aquariums
TS350-EB
978-0-7938-4538-5
$13.99
a
The Super Simple Guide to Corals
SSG007-EB
978-0-7938-4559-0
$7.99
a
Clownfishes & Other Damselfishes
AS102-EB
978-0-7938-4405-0
$9.99
a
Lionfishes & Other Scorpionfishes
AS103-EB
978-0-7938-4406-7
$9.99
a
Quick & Easy Freshwater Aquarium
QE303-EB
978-0-7938-4497-5
$2.99
a
Setup & Care of Freshwater
Aquariums
PC011-EB
978-0-7938-4310-7
$8.99
a
The Simple Guide to Freshwater
Aquariums (Second Edition)
TS328-EB
978-0-7938-4259-9
$12.99
a
The Simple Guide to Planted
Aquariums
TS346-EB
978-0-7938-4535-4
$13.99
a
The Super Simple Guide to Common
Fish Diseases
SSG006-EB
978-0-7938-4558-3
$7.99
a
Setup & Care of Garden Ponds
PC029-EB
978-0-7938-4323-7
$8.99
a
Tropical Fishes
MC130-EB
978-0-7938-4446-3
$19.99
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Super Simple Guide to Container
Garden Ponds
SSG004-EB
978-0-7938-4557-6
$7.99
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978-0-7938-4556-9
$7.99
a
PC014-EB
978-0-7938-4313-8
$8.99
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Super Simple Guide to Landscaping
Garden Ponds
SSG003-EB
Aquarium Care of Bettas
Aquarium Care of Cichlids
PC028-EB
978-0-7938-4322-0
$8.99
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Super Simple Guide to Waterfalls &
Fountains
SSG002-EB
978-0-7938-4555-2
$7.99
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Aquarium Care of Fancy Guppies
PC015-EB
978-0-7938-4314-5
$8.99
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PC051-EB
978-0-7938-4344-2
$8.99
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Horse & Farm
Aquarium Care of Goldfish
Aquarium Care of Livebearers
PC052-EB
978-0-7938-4345-9
$8.99
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Aquarium Care of Oscars
PC013-EB
978-0-7938-4312-1
$8.99
a
Catfishes
AS101-EB
978-0-7938-4404-3
$9.99
a
Cichlids
TS394-EB
978-0-7938-4579-8
$19.99
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Quick & Easy Betta Care
QE301-EB
978-0-7938-4495-1
$2.99
a
Quick & Easy Goldfish Care
QE302-EB
978-0-7938-4496-8
$2.99
a
Super Simple Guide to Koi
SSG001-EB
978-0-7938-4554-5
$7.99
a
Super Simple Guide to Breeding
Freshwater Fishes
SSG008-EB
978-0-7938-4560-6
$7.99
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Tetras and Barbs
AS100-EB
978-0-7938-4403-6
$9.99
a
MC126-EB
978-0-7938-4442-5
$13.99
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Freshwater: fish
Ponds
Getting to Yes
EQ001-EB
978-0-7938-4466-1
$13.99
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Good Horsekeeping
EQ002-EB
978-0-7938-4287-2
$13.99
a
PC045-EB
978-0-7938-4339-8
$8.99
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Other
Bugs as Pets
Hermit Crabs
PC058-EB
978-0-7938-4351-0
$6.99
a
Quick & Easy Hermit Crab Care
QE401-EB
978-0-7938-4499-9
$2.99
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Quick & Easy Tarantula Care
QE410-EB
978-0-7938-4507-1
$2.99
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Natural Terrariums
CH811-EB
978-0-7938-4296-4
$10.99
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Raising Live Foods
CH821-EB
978-0-7938-4373-2
$9.99
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CH807-EB
978-0-7938-4361-9
$9.99
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Reptiles: general
Reptiles: lizards
Saltwater: general
The 101 Best Marine Invertebrates
Saltwater: fish
Bearded Dragons
The 101 Best Saltwater Fishes
MC122-EB
978-0-7938-4438-8
$13.99
a
Crested Geckos
CH801-EB
978-0-7938-4355-8
$9.99
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Aquarium Corals
MC100-EB
978-0-7938-4293-3
$29.99
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Green Iguanas
CH809-EB
978-0-7938-4363-3
$9.99
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The Conscientious Marine Aquarist
MC128-EB
978-0-7938-4444-9
$34.99
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Insect-Eating Lizards
CH816-EB
978-0-7938-4368-8
$9.99
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Marine Aquarium Handbook
MC131-EB
978-0-7938-4447-0
$14.99
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Leopard Geckos
CH803-EB
978-0-7938-4357-2
$9.99
a
Marine Fishes
MC106-EB
978-0-7938-4427-2
$19.99
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Quick & Easy Green Anole Care
QE406-EB
978-0-7938-4503-3
$2.99
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Marine Invertebrates
MC110-EB
978-0-7938-4431-9
$19.99
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Quick & Easy Tokay Gecko Care
QE404-EB
978-0-7938-4501-9
$2.99
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Savannah Monitors
CH806-EB
978-0-7938-4360-2
$9.99
a
The Nano-Reef Handbook
TS457-EB
978-0-7938-4256-8
$13.99
a
The New Marine Aquarium
MC105S-EB
978-0-7938-4257-5
$13.99
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Uromastyx
CH817-EB
978-0-7938-4369-5
$9.99
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Water Dragons
CH804-EB
978-0-7938-4358-9
$9.99
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Quick & Easy Saltwater Aquarium
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QE304-EB
978-0-7938-4498-2
$2.99
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Ball Pythons
CH820-EB
978-0-7938-4372-5
$9.99
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Chinchillas
PC041-EB
978-0-7938-4335-0
$8.99
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978-0-7938-4354-1
$9.99
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Ferrets
PC038-PC
978-0-7938-4332-9
$8.99
a
King & Milk Snakes
CH812-EB
978-0-7938-4364-0
$9.99
a
Gerbils
PC030-EB
978-0-7938-4324-4
$8.99
a
Quick & Easy Ball Python Care
QE407-EB
978-0-7938-4504-0
$2.99
a
Good Rabbitkeeping
TS428-EB
978-0-7938-4589-7
$14.99
a
Quick & Easy Garter & Ribbon Snake
Care
QE408-EB
978-0-7938-4505-7
$2.99
a
Red-Tailed Boas
CH808-EB
978-0-7938-4362-6
$9.99
a
CH805-EB
978-0-7938-4359-6
$9.99
a
Reptiles: turtles
Aquatic Turtles
Guinea Pigs
PC020-EB
978-0-7938-4279-7
$8.99
a
Hamsters
PC019-EB
978-0-7938-4295-7
$8.99
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El Cuidado del Hamster
QES202-EB
978-0-7938-4512-5
$2.99
a
Hedgehog
RE519-EB
978-0-7938-4516-3
$5.99
a
Quick & Easy Dwarf Hamster Care
QE203-EB
978-0-7938-4488-3
$2.99
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Box Turtles
CH815-EB
978-0-7938-4367-1
$9.99
a
Quick & Easy Gerbil Care
QE204-EB
978-0-7938-4489-0
$2.99
a
Red-Eared Sliders
PC059-EB
978-0-7938-4352-7
$8.99
a
Quick & Easy Mouse Care
QE206-EB
978-0-7938-4491-3
$2.99
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Russian Tortoises
CH802-EB
978-0-7938-4356-5
$9.99
a
Quick & Easy Guinea Pig Care
QE201-EB
978-0-7938-4486-9
$2.99
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Sulcata and Leopard Tortoises
CH818-EB
978-0-7938-4370-1
$9.99
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Quick & Easy Hamster Care
QE202-EB
978-0-7938-4487-6
$2.99
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Rabbits
PC016-EB
978-0-7938-4282-7
$8.99
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Frogs and Toads
CH823-EB
978-0-7938-4374-9
$9.99
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Rats
PC056-EB
978-0-7938-4349-7
$8.99
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Newts and Salamanders
CH819-EB
978-0-7938-4371-8
$9.99
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The Complete Guide to Rat Training
TS417-EB
978-0-7938-4252-0
$12.99
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Poison Dart Frogs
CH813-EB
978-0-7938-4365-7
$9.99
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Your Outta Control Ferret
OC301-EB
978-0-7938-4477-7
$9.99
a
Quick & Easy Fire-Bellied Toad Care
QE403-EB
978-0-7938-4500-2
$2.99
a
Amphibians
Quick & Easy Green Tree Frog Care
QE409-EB
978-0-7938-4506-4
$2.99
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Quick & Easy Horned Frog Care
QE405-EB
978-0-7938-4502-6
$2.99
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Quick & Easy Tadpole Care
QE411-EB
978-0-7938-4508-8
$2.99
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Tree Frogs
CH814-EB
978-0-7938-4366-4
$9.99
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Birds
Birds: general reference . . . . . . . .
Click That Does the Trick, The
(TS378). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Healthy Bird Cookbook, The (TS367) . . . .16
Birds: types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Goldsteins’ Wellness & Longevity
Program, The (TS370) . . . . . . .
Good Catkeeping (TS405) . . . . . .
Multiple-Cat Family, The (AP049)
Senior Cats (AP032) . . . . . . . . . .
Cockatiel
Cockatiels (AP017). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Cockatiels, The Birdkeepers’ Guides
(TS420). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Cockatoo
Cockatoos (BG111). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Conure
Conures (AP021) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Finch
Finches (AP048) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Lovebird
Lovebirds (AP031) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Parakeet/Budgie
Beginners Guide to
Parakeets, A (KW036). . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Parakeets (AP018) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Parakeets (PPC002) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Parrot
African Greys (The Birdkeepers’ Guides)
(TS418). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Amazon Parrots (The Birdkeepers’ Guides)
(TS419). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Good Parrotkeeping (TS431) . . . . . . . . . .17
Lories and Lorikeets (BG103) . . . . . . . . .16
Macaws (BG104) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Parrot for Life, A (TS392) . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Parrot Problem Solver, The (TS379) . . . . .17
Parrotlets, (The Birdkeepers’ Guides)
(BG102) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Perfectly Trained Parrot, The
(TS460). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13
Pionus Parrots (The Birdkeepers’ Guides)
(BG101) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Senegal Parrots (The Birdkeepers’ Guides)
(BG100) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
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American Pit Bull Terrier
American
American
American
American
Pit
Pit
Pit
Pit
Bull
Bull
Bull
Bull
Terrier (AP309) . . . .
Terrier (DL100) . . . .
Terrier, The (TN101) .
Terriers (AP009). . . .
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Australian Shepherd
Australian Shepherd (DL115) . . . . . . . . .20
Australian Shepherd, The (TN128). . . . . .20
Beagle
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Dogs: breeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basset Hound
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50+ Dog Owner, The (TS449) . . . . . . . . .18
All-Breed Dog Grooming (Revised Edition)
(H1095) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
And Baby Makes Four (TS384) . . . . . . . .18
Complete Guide to Dog Breeds
(AP202) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Complete Guide to Dog Care
(AP200) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Complete Guide to Dog Grooming
(AP201) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Designer Dogs (AP042) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Doggy Business 101 (TS439) . . . . . . . . .19
Encyclopedia of Dog Breeds, The
(PPG102) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Goldsteins’ Wellness & Longevity
Plan, The (TS370) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Groom Your Dog Like a Professional
(TS440). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Happy Adopted Dog, The (TN138) . . . . . .19
Healthy Dog Cookbook, The (TS422) . . . .19
Holistic Health Guide, The (TN135) . . . . .19
Mixed-Breed Dogs (AP057) . . . . . . . . . . .19
Multiple-Dog Family, The (AP054) . . . . . .19
PupSnacks (TS406) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
World Atlas of Dog Breeds (H1091) . . . . .20
Your Inner Dog (TS424) . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Attracting and Feeding Backyard Birds
(AP037) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
50 Games to Play With Your Cat
(TS410). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cat Owner’s Problem Solver, The
(TS416). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cat & Kitten Care (Quick & Easy®)
(QE209) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cats (AP022) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cat Training in 10 Minutes (TS340) .
Fabulous Felines (TS430) . . . . . . . .
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Birds: wild . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cats
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Canary
Canaries (AP046) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
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Basset Hound, The (TN102) . . . . . . . . . .20
Beagle (AP307) . . . .
Beagle (DL110) . . . .
Beagle, The (TN103)
Beagles (AP033) . . .
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Bernese Mountain Dog
Bernese Mountain Dog (BL109) . . . . . . . .21
Bichon Frise
Bichon Frise, The (TN104) . . . . . . . . . . .21
Bichon Frises (AP039) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Border Collie
Border Collie, The (TN127) . . . . . . . . . . .21
Border Terrier
Border Terrier (BL106) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Boston Terrier
Boston Terrier (AP314) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Boston Terrier (DL101) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Boston Terrier, The (TN105) . . . . . . . . . .21
Boxer
Boxer (AP308) . . . .
Boxer (DL102) . . . .
Boxer, The (TN106)
Boxers (AP010) . . .
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Brittany
Brittany (BL107) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Bulldog
Bulldog (AP310) . . . .
Bulldog (DL103) . . . .
Bulldog, The (TN107) .
Bulldogs (AP034) . . . .
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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel (AP300) .
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel (DL104) .
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, The
(TN130) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels
(AP035) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chihuahua
Chihuahua (AP301) . . . .
Chihuahua (DL105) . . . .
Chihuahua, The (TN108).
Chihuahuas (AP005). . . .
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Cocker Spaniel
Cocker Spaniel, The (TN124) . . . . . . . . .23
Dachshund
Dachshund (DL113) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Dachshund, The (TN109) . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Dachshunds (AP036) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Doberman Pinscher
Doberman Pinscher (DL114) . . . . . . . . . .23
Doberman Pinscher, The (TN139) . . . . . .23
English Cocker Spaniel
English Cocker Spaniel, The (TN136) . . . .23
English Springer Spaniel
English Springer Spaniel, The (TN137) . . .23
French Bulldog
French Bulldog (BL101) . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
German Shepherd
German
German
German
German
Shepherd
Shepherd
Shepherd
Shepherd
Dog (AP302) . . . .
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German Shorthaired Pointer
German Shorthaired Pointer (BL105) . . . .24
Golden Retriever
Golden
Golden
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Retriever (DL107) . . . .
Retriever, The (TN110)
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Great Dane (BL103) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Greyhound
Greyhound (BL100) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Havanese
Havanese (BL108) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Jack Russell Terrier
Parson & Jack Russell
Terriers, The (TN115) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Parson & Jack Russell Terriers
(AP025) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Retriever (AP303) . . . .
Retriever (DL108) . . . .
Retriever, The (TN112)
Retrievers (AP006) . . .
Rat Terrier
Rat Terrier (BL104) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Rottweiler
Rottweiler (AP313) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Rottweiler, The (TN125) . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Shetland Sheepdog
Shetland Sheepdog, The (TN142) . . . . . .26
Shih Tzu
Shih
Shih
Shih
Shih
Tzu (AP304). . . . .
Tzu (DL112). . . . .
Tzu, The (TN118) .
Tzu (AP002). . . . .
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Siberian Husky (DL111) . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Siberian Husky, The (TN123). . . . . . . . . .27
Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Labrador Retriever
Labrador
Labrador
Labrador
Labrador
Pug, The (TN117) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Pugs (AP004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
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Maltese (AP023) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Maltese, The (TN113) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Staffordshire Bull Terrier, The (TN133) . . .27
Staffordshire Bull Terriers (AP027). . . . . .27
Weimaraner
Weimaraner, The (TN129) . . . . . . . . . . . .27
West Highland White Terrier
Mastiff (BL110) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
West Highland White Terrier (AP311) . . . .27
West Highland White Terrier, The
(TN119) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
West Highland White Terriers (AP055) . . .27
Miniature Pinscher
Yorkshire Terrier
Mastiff
Miniature Pinscher, The (TN114) . . . . . . .25
Miniature Schnauzer
Miniature Schnauzer (DL116) . . . . . . . . . .7
Miniature Schnauzer, The (TN121) . . . . .25
Miniature Schnauzers (AP053) . . . . . . . .25
The 101 Best Aquarium Plants (Adventurous
Aquarist Guide™) (MC127S) . . . . . . . . .30
Brackish Water Fishes (TS381) . . . . . . . .30
Culturing Live Foods (TS421) . . . . . . . . .30
Mini-Aquariums (TS389). . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Dogs: puppy care . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Freshwater: general reference . . . .
Terrier (AP305) . . . .
Terrier (DL109) . . . .
Terrier, The (TN120) .
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Pekingese (BL111) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Dogs: training & sports . . . . . . . . .
Pembroke Welsh Corgi
50 Games to Play with Your Dog
(TS408). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
50 Tricks to Teach Your Dog (TS451)
101 Fun Things to do
With Your Dog (TS454) . . . . . . . . .
Beginner’s Guide to Dog
Agility, The (TS371) . . . . . . . . . . .
Click & Train Your Dog (TS427) . . . .
Correcting Bad Habits in Dogs
(TS452). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mixed-Breed Dogs (AP057) . . . . . . . . . . .19
Papillon
Papillon, The (TN140) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Parson Russell Terrier
Parson & Jack Russell
Terriers, The (TN115) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Parson & Jack Russell Terriers
(AP025) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Pembroke Welsh Corgi (BL102) . . . . . . . .25
Pomeranian
Pomeranian, The (TN122) . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Pomeranians (AP003) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Poodle
Poodles (AP043) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Toy & Miniature Poodle, The (TN116). . . .26
Fish & Pond
Fish: general reference . . . . . . . . .
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Yorkshire
Yorkshire
Yorkshire
Yorkshire
Complete Guide to Puppy Care
(AP203) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Puppy Care (AP315) . . . . . . . . . .
Puppy Care & Training (TN132) . .
Puppy Training and Care (AP044)
Raising Puppies & Kids Together
(TS386). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Super Simple Guide to
Housetraining, The (SSG100) . .
Whelping and Rearing of
Puppies, The (TS288). . . . . . . .
Mixed-Breed
Crate Training (Quick & Easy®)
(QE104) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Dancing With Dogs (TS437) . . . . . . . . . .29
Dog Owner’s Problem Solver, The
(QE103) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Dog Training Handbook, The (TN 134) . . .29
Dog University (TS442). . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Encyclopedia of Dog Sports and
Activities, The (PPG100). . . . . . . . . . . .29
High-Energy Dogs (TS435) . . . . . . . . . . .29
How to Behave So Your Dog Behaves
(2nd Edition) (TS450) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Intermediate’s Guide to Dog
Agility, The (TS443) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Little Dogs: Training Your Pint-Sized
Companion (TS366) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Little Dogs’ Activity Book, The (TS399) . . .29
My Dog Is Driving Me Crazy!
(TS459). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11
Parenting Your Dog (TS447) . . . . . . . . . .29
Sit Down Come Heel Stay and Stand
Book, The (TS425) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Smart Tricks for Smart Dogs (TS441) . . . .30
Top Tips from Top Trainers (TS446) . . . . .30
Training the Hard-to-Train Dog
(TS432). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Training Your Dog (AP024) . . . . . . . . . . .30
Ultimate Guide to
Rally-O, The (TS453) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
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The 101 Best Tropical Fishes (Adventurous
Aquarist Guide™) (MC123S) . . . . . . . . .30
Dr. Axelrod’s Mini-Atlas of Freshwater
Aquarium Fishes (H1090) . . . . . . . . . . .30
Encyclopedia of Exotic Tropical Fishes for
Freshwater Aquariums, The (TS385). . . .31
Freshwater Aquarium Problem Solver
(AP012) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Nature Aquarium: Complete Works
1985-2009 (TS455) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Freshwater Aquariums (AP011) . . . . . . . .31
Simple Guide to Freshwater
Aquariums, The (2nd Edition) (TS328)
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Tropical Fishes (A PocketExpert™ Guide to)
(MC130S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Your First Aquarium (AP050) . . . . . . . . . .14
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Freshwater: fish . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Aquarium Care of Bettas (AP014) . . . . . .31
Aquarium Care of Cichlids (AP028) . . . . .31
Aquarium Care of Fancy Guppies
(AP015) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
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Saltwater: fish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saltwater: general reference . . . . .
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Aquarium Care of Goldfish (AP051) . . .
Aquarium Care of Livebearers (AP052) .
Aquarium Care of Oscars (AP013) . . . .
Betta Care (Quick & Easy®) (QE301) . .
Catfishes (AS101) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Essential Book of Koi, The (TS414) . . .
Loaches (TS411) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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101 Best Marine Invertebrates, The
(Adventurous Aquarist Guide™)
(MC126S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
101 Best Saltwater Fishes, The (Adventurous
Aquarist Guide™) (MC122S) . . . . . . . . .32
Advanced Marine Aquarium Techniques
(TS382). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Aquarium Corals (MC100) . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Aquarium Keeping & Rescue
(MC114S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Complete Illustrated Breeder’s Guide
to Marine Aquarium Fishes, The
(MC121) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Conscientious Marine Aquarist, The
(2nd Edition) (MC128) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Dr. Burgess’s Atlas of Marine Aquarium
Fishes (H1100) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Marine Aquarium Handbook (3rd Edition)
(MC131S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Marine Chemistry (TS390) . . . . . . . . . . .33
Marine Fishes (A PocketExpert™ Guide to)
(MC106S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Marine Fish Health & Feeding
Handbook, The (MC124) . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Marine Invertebrates (A PocketExpert™
Guide to) (MC110S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Nano-Reef Handbook, The (TS388) . . . . .33
New Marine Aquarium, The
(MC105S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Reef Aquarium Fishes (A PocketExpert™
Guide to) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Reef Life (MC107, MC107S). . . . . . . . . .33
Saltwater Aquarium Problem Solver
(AP047) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Saltwater Aquariums (AP040) . . . . . . . . .34
Simple Guide to Marine
Aquariums, The (2nd Edition)
(TS334). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Simple Guide to Mini-Reef
Aquariums, The (TS350) . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Super Simple Guide to Corals, The
(SSG007) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Ultimate Marine Aquariums (MC116) . . . .34
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Cephalopods (TS423) . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clownfishes and Other Damselfishes
(AS102) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Damselfishes & Anemonefishes (Reef
Fishes, Volume IV) (MC125) . . . . . .
Lionfishes and Other Scorpionfishes
(AS103) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wrasses & Parrotfishes (Reef Fishes,
Volume V) (MC129) . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Insect-Eating Lizards (CH816).
Leopard Geckos (CH803) . . . .
Savannah Monitors (CH806) . .
Uromastyx (CH817) . . . . . . . .
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Reptiles: snakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Pond . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup and Care of Garden Ponds
(AP029) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Simple Guide to Garden Ponds,
The (TS338) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Horse, Farm & Other
Horse & Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Better Riding (EQ005) . . . . . . . . . .
Getting to Yes (EQ001) . . . . . . . . . .
Gymnastics: Systematic Training for
Jumping Horses (INT204) . . . . . . .
Horse Care & Fitness (EQ004) . . . . .
Keeping Bees (TS434) . . . . . . . . . .
Whole Horse Wellness Guide, The
(EQ003) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Choosing and Keeping Ducks and Geese
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Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ball Pythons (CH820) . . . . . .
Corn & Rat Snakes (CH800) .
Good Snakekeeping (TS448) .
King & Milk Snakes (CH812).
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Aquatic Turtles (CH805) . . . . . . . . . . .
Box Turtles (CH815) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Red-Eared Sliders (AP059) . . . . . . . . .
Russian Tortoises (CH802) . . . . . . . . .
Sulcata and Leopard Tortoises (CH818)
Tortoises (CH824). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Frogs and Toads (CH823) . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Newts and Salamanders (CH819). . . . . . .38
Poison Dart Frogs (CH813) . . . . . . . . . . .38
Small Mammals
Chinchilla
Chinchillas (AP041) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Ferret
Ferrets (AP038) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Hermit Crab
Gerbil
Hermit Crab Care (Quick & Easy®)
(QE401) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Hermit Crabs (AP058) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Gerbils (AP030) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Guinea Pig
Insects and Spiders
Hamster
Bugs as Pets (AP045) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Tarantulas (AP060). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Hamsters (AP019) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Reptiles & Amphibians
Mice (AP063) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Reptiles & Amphibians:
general reference . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Natural Terrariums (CH811) . . . . . . . . . .35
Raising Live Foods (CH821) . . . . . . . . . .36
Reptiles: lizards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bearded Dragons (AP062) . . . . . . .
Bearded Dragons (CH807). . . . . . .
Crested Geckos (CH801) . . . . . . . .
Giant Lizards (2nd Edition) (TS391)
Green Iguanas (CH805) . . . . . . . .
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Guinea Pigs (AP020) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Mouse
Rabbit
Good Rabbitkeeping (TS428). . . . . . . . . .38
Rabbits (AP016) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Rabbits (PPC005) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Rat
Rats (AP056) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Complete Guide to Rat
Training, The (TS417) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Sugar Glider
Sugar Gliders (AP061) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
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