The “Dog Days” of Summer

Going on adventures with your dog in the summer can be so much fun, from mile-long hikes to trips to your nearby lake. Dogs make great companions and are always up for anything that includes wide open spaces and time spent out of the house. But it’s important to make sure that your favorite hiking buddy is getting the care he needs, so that he can continue keeping you company on all your summer excursions!

Check out these great Countryman books that discuss proper dog care and nutrition:

1. Chow by Rick Woodford (November 2015) 

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Woodford details the human foods that are okay to give your dogs, and which you should never share. He also has a lot of great tips to appease even your pickiest canine eater!

2. Dr. Petty’s Pain Relief for Dogs by Dr. Michael Petty (January 2016) 

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Dr. Michael Petty is an expert in diagnosing and treating animal aches and pains, but he wants to share this information with you. So that you too can help the dogs you love! This book includes tips on how to notice warning signs and properly diagnose and care for your pets. It’s important to find the right veterinarian for your dog, and the most helpful treatment for his pain. This guide makes these daunting tasks a whole lot easier.

3. The Pit Bull Life by Deirdre Franklin and Linda Lombardi (forthcoming November 2016) 

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Keep an eye out for this book that’s hitting shelves in November! It’s a comprehensive guide for the care of pit bulls. These dogs make great companions and have a lot of energy, so it’s important to know what to do after you adopt one of these loving canines.

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