The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health Review
Reviewer: Philip Upham
How you ever found yourself in the situation where you are uncertain if the problem with your dog needs special veterinarian attention? Do you really need to make that costly journey to the vet? What you really need is good, solid, canine medical knowledge. This basic understanding will allow you to determine if the problem really requires a vet.
Malcolm Fields’, ‘The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health’ can provide you with the knowledge that you’re missing. This 240 page guide is highly detail and complete, covering all aspects of canine health issues, including the serious and not so serious problems.
This guide places a strong emphasis on being prepared and how to undertake preventative actions. It’s filled with step-by-step guides and flowcharts to easily assist you in self diagnosing your dog’s health problems. This allows you to make well informed decisions and determine if a vet is necessary and how quickly you need to take you dog to a vet. Every chart begins with a specific symptom and all you have to do is simply follow the chart until you reach the recommended treatment method.
What the book contains:
This guide is highly detailed and provides a great depth of knowledge. However, it’s also very easy to understand and isn’t overly technical. The best aspect of this book is that you don’t need to understand all the veterinarian jargon and it’s so much easier to follow than a veterinary textbook. This guide is very comprehensive and there is a remarkable amount of material covered.
Below are a few of the many examples this book covers:
- Ear Infections
- Dental Problems including toothache
- Parasites such as fleas, worms and ticks
- Skin irritations and rashes
- Breathing difficulties, asthma and coughing
- Vomiting and diarrhea
- Symptomatic alerts e.g. lethargy, hair loss, behavioral changes
- Serious conditions such as liver ailments and cancer
- And so much more!
What makes this book so great is that it teaches you how to identify any early warning signs that your dog may be developing a potential health problem by learning how to interpret your dog’s body language and any physical and behavioral changes.
All the information is complemented by illustrations, photos and full color diagrams. The book also contains useful tips such as appropriate dental care, grooming tips, and the correct way to administer medications.
While The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health itself is excellent value, four other books are also included free of charge. They are:
180 Gourmet Recipes for your Dog – this is excellent for treating your dog.
The Ultimate Guide to Dog First Aid – a fantastic resource and a must have in any emergency.
20 Super Healthy Recipes for Your Dog – this will teach you how to prepare tasty, healthy meals for your dog.
101 Ways to Spoil Your Dog for Under $10 – tips for budget luxuries are always welcome.
Overall, I think that you will love The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health and its associated free books. It’s a truly indispensable resource and all dog owners will significantly benefit from this fantastic guide. The peace of mind you will get from knowing how to identify little health concerns before they grow into something major is invaluable.