The highly prized Scottish Terrier is the British Isles' oldest pure terrier breed, but today, this handsome and alert little dog can be purchased by canine fanciers virtually everywhere. Here is a description of the Scottie's background and traits, plus detailed advice on care. Books in the Complete Pet Owner's Manuals series present basic information about pets for new or soon-to-be owners. Advice and instruction covers feeding, housing, health care, training, grooming, protection against hazards, and more. Texts emphasize pet care basics and are easy for all readers to understand, but most titles also present facts that even experienced pet owners and breeders will find new and useful. All books in this series are filled with high quality full-color photos and instructive line art.Trimming the Feet Neat, trimmed feet look very tidy and prevent hairballs, dirt, foreign objects (such as grass awns), and ... Toenails Cutting toenails is something most dog owners dread, but it really isna#39;t difficult. lf you work with Anniea#39;s feet ... Trimming Toenails lf you accidentally cut a toenail too closely and you do not have styptic powder available, you may be able to stop the bleeding by pushing theanbsp;...
|Author||:||Sharon Lynn Vanderlip|
|Publisher||:||Barron's Educational Series - 2001|