Start The New Year With A Pet Book

DogNeed some peace and quiet after the rush of the holidays? Curl up with a pet book to get away from it all.

  • “Afternoons with Puppy: Inspirations From a Therapist and His Animals,” by Aubrey H. Fine and Cynthia J. Eisen: Partly a guidebook to those seeking to utilize animals in therapeutic settings, and partly life lessons that animals teach.
  • “All I Need To Know I Learn From My Cat (And Then Some),” by Suzy Becker: 48 pages of wisdom and observations of life with cats.
  • “Love Your DOG Pictures: How to Photograph Your Dog with Any Camera,” by Jenni Bidner: Need some tips to capture the perfect photo of your dog?

For more information, visit Steve Dale’s Pet World.

3 Responses to “Start The New Year With A Pet Book”

  1. Nora and Rufus says:

    The picture of the fabulous Golden on the cover is breath taking!!!!!!

  2. Lynn says:

    Remember the humongous Kodak billboard inside Grand Central Station in NYC? Walter Chandoah, a renowned photographer, used to provide a lot of the photos.

    Many years ago I cvame across a book he wrote on photographing pets. He wrote that for every decent [his criteria, not mine] photo of a pet, he had to take rolls and rolls of film and use a couple handlers. But then, that shouldn’t surprise any of us, right?

  3. Terry Bain says:

    Now there’s an idea I can get behind. Pet books are awesome.



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