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Features 8 pages of full-color photos
Keep your Poodle well trained and well groomed
Are you passionate about Poodles? Thinking of owning one? This friendly guide answers all your questions about caring for these energetic, intelligent dogs, from feeding and healthcare to basic training. You'll find out how to groom your Poodle's luxurious coat, exercise and entertain him, and help him live a long, happy life!
Discover how to
- Understand the breed and its history
- Adopt or rescue a Poodle
- Prepare for your Poodle's homecoming
- Housetrain your Poodle
- Socialize your Poodle
- Handle breed-specific health issues
About the Author
Susan M. Ewing has been “in dogs” since 1977 and enjoys showing and trying various performance events, with an emphasis on “trying.”
She holds a master’s degree in Television/Radio from Syracuse University in New York and has attended canine seminars at Cornell University. She’s a member of the Dog Writers Association of America, as well as the Cat Writers’ Association, and is listed in the 2005 edition of Who’s Who in America.
Ewing has been writing professionally since she was 16 and is the author of several books: The Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Family Friend and Farmhand (Howell); A New Owner’s Guide to Pembroke Welsh Corgis, The Pug, The Dachshund, and German Shepherd Dogs (all TFH Publications); and Bulldogs For Dummies (Wiley). Her column, “The Pet Pen,” appears in The Post-Journal (Jamestown, New York) every Saturday. One of her essays is a part of the book Cats Do It Better Than People.
Other articles of Ewing’s have appeared in AKC Gazette, Family Dog, Bloodlines, German Shepherd Dog Review, Good Dog!, Pet Odyssey, Dog Fancy, Dog World, Puppies USA, the national Schipperke Club newsletter, ASPCA’s Animal Watch, Bird Talk, Kittens USA, Cats USA, and Cats Magazine.