Dogs Health Care, A Beginner's Guide to Safe and Natural Remedies for Healthy and Happy Dogs will give you guidance in raising a healthy and happy dogs mostly using natural remedies (essential oils or coconut oils). In this book you will find topic like : * Benefit and usage of essential oils and coconut oils * Recipes for ear care * Recipes for skin care * Flea and tick control * How to get rid of dog odors * How to prevent car sickness in dogs * How to naturally calm an anxious or stressed dogs * Allergies in dogs * Gastric ulcers in dogs * Dog weight loss * Frequently asked question about dogs
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On Halloween day, Hank comes to school dressed in what he thinks is the perfect costume-a table in an Italian restaurant. Nick McKelty, the resident school bully (dressed in a total blood and guts costume), thinks Hank's costume is wimpy and that Hank wouldn't know how to be scary and gross if his life depended on it! So Hank decides to create the scariest haunted house ever and invite McKelty over to show him what scary really is. The only problem is that Hank's dog, Cheerio, is scared of Hank's haunted house. So scared, in fact, that when Hank tries to find him, he's nowhere in sight! Have Hank's Halloween hijinks gone too far?
Though not one of Mark Twain's most ambitious works, "A Dog's Tale" is excellent. A lover of dogs and other animals, Twain was opposed to vivisection, which was very popular at the turn of the twentieth century, and other forms of animal cruelty. He spoke out against it in various ways, not least in this fine short story. Though somewhat of a downer, most great works of art are depressing, including many of Twain's. The author had a strong misanthropic streak and grew more bitter, depressed, and cynical in later years; this is a prime example, condemning human cruelty and apathy in contrast to dogs' unconditional love and selflessness. Twain elsewhere called man "The Lowest Animal," and this is strong evidence. Yet this is not mere propaganda; the story itself is excellent, engrossing and notable in believably portraying a dog's perspective. Also, despite the grimness, Twain's signature humor is here in abundance, not least in the well-known first sentence. One should certainly read his better-known work first, but anyone interested in him will want this, as will animal rights activists. An excerpt from the humorous account reads," My father was a St. Bernard, my mother was a collie, but I am a Presbyterian. This is what my mother told me, I do not know these nice distinctions myself. To me they are only fine large words meaning nothing. My mother had a fondness for such; she liked to say them, and see other dogs look surprised and envious, as wondering how she got so much education. But, indeed, it was not real education; it was only show: she got the words by listening in the dining-room and drawing-room when there was company, and by going with the children to Sunday-school and listening there; and whenever she heard a large word she said it over to herself many times, and so was able to keep it until there was a dogmatic gathering in the neighborhood, then she would get it off, and surprise and distress them all, from pocket-pup to mastiff, which rewarded her for all her trouble."
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