I have scoured the internet to find the very best selection of really informative animal related e-books.

Unfortunately in doing so I discovered that there really are not very many available, (at least not of the quality I would like to see)

Many of them contain very little information which would be of use to anyone, and some are so short I just dont know how they have the cheek to call them books!

Please check back here often, cos at the moment I am in the process of writing some e-books of my own about a variety of animals, rest assured that when I am finished they will contain as much real and factual information as I can give you.

In the mean time, I have put a few of the better books which are available below. Please remember that every purchase helps to support my animals.

Dr. Pitcairn's New Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats (Paperback)

"A must-have for pet owners interested in a natural lifestyle for their pets."

"Pets have never had it so good!"-Michael W. Fox, former vice president of the Humane Society For many of my clients, Dr. Pitcairn's book is their trusted holistic health guide for their canine and feline companions needs, full of practical pointers for the concerned caregiver”a must read for those embarking on the worthwhile journey towards restoration of their pets' health and happiness. This new edition is a must-have for the pet care library. --David Evans, DVM, CVH, Natural Care Clinic for Pets



Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World (Hardcover)

One frigid Midwestern winter night in 1988, a ginger kitten was shoved into the after-hours book-return slot at the public library in Spencer, Iowa. And in this tender story, Myron, the library director, tells of the impact the cat, named DeweyReadmore Books, had on the library and its patrons, and on Myron herself. Through her developing relationship with the feline, Myron recounts the economic and social history of Spencer as well as her own success story—despite an alcoholic husband, living on welfare, and health problems ranging from the difficult birth of her daughter, Jodi, to breast cancer. After her divorce,




Chosen by a Horse (Paperback)

The horse was Lay Me Down, a tall, scrawny, sick (with pneumonia), abused standardbred mare, with a hostile foal at her heels and a wheezing sigh. The human was middle-aged, also abused (both as a child and in a bad marriage), an AA veteran and the owner of three Morgan horses in upstate New York. The Morgan mare, Georgia, was furious about the new intruder, although, Richards writes, "I blamed myself for creating a monster, a monster named Georgia. All these years of spoiling her, of never allowing anyone else to ride her, of letting her boss me around....



Merle's Door: Lessons from a Freethinking Dog (Paperback)

Humorous, jubilant and touching by turns, this story of the relationship between man and dog is informed by the author's grasp of animal research and his attachment to Merle, a stray dog he adopted. A Labrador mix, Merle first appeared while the author was on a camping trip. Kerasote (Out There: In the Wild in a Wired Age), an award-winning nature writer, decided to take his canine friend home to rural Wyoming. This chronicle of their 13 years together is interspersed with studies by animal behaviorists that strengthened Kerasote's desire to see Merle as a responsible individual rather than a submissive pet.



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