Levin came to write this book, when after a decade in human ophthalmic nursing she left that field to manage an ophthalmic veterinary clinic. Here, she was able to meld her knowledge of ophthalmology with her love of dogs, developing badly needed educational materials for clients. Levin took the opportunity to meet many blind dogs and talk with their owners.
Caroline Levin is also an award-winning dog trainer. She has an in-depth understanding of canine behavior and the methods used to successfully train dogs. She shows her dogs in obedience competitions and the new sport of musical canine freestyle. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Fast and exactly as described. This book is impossible to find locally, so I was thrilled to find it online for a reasonable price.Published 17 months ago by Nicole
For anyone currently living with a blind pet - this book is filled with great information and suggestions to make your furry friend more comfortable. Highly recommended.Published 18 months ago by Carol C.
It was nice to get some info so we can help our now blind dog, it will help us to work with her!
Excellent resource for anyone living with a blind dog. Invaluable information - has made my life easier, especially emotionally. Read morePublished on Feb. 2 2013 by Gillian Bryan
I never read it in the end as our dog adapted so quickly to having her eyes taken out - Aagh! that it was not necessary. Read morePublished on Dec 8 2012 by Carolyn Ernest-Jones
It's been a few years since I used this book...but having just recommended it to some friends who are facing this difficult issue, prompted me to write this review. Read morePublished on Sept. 19 2011 by Pugalug
My Samantha died recently at the age of 18-1/2. Because of this book her last years were happy and comfortable. Read morePublished on July 26 2001 by Zelda Barnard
I don't have a great way with words, but I want to give praise to Caroline Levin for writing this book. Read morePublished on Feb. 19 2001 by Patricia W. Adams