June 3rd, 2007

Help Fido Brush Up on his Dog Manners

by Jacqueline Whitmore

I recently attended Book Expo America in New York City where I had the opportunity to meet Charlotte Reed, the author of “The Miss Fido Manners Complete Book of Dog Etiquette: The Definitive Guide to Manners for Pets and Their People.” In Charlotte’s new book, she discusses how to become a model pet owner, a good neighbor, an excellent customer and a welcome guest at the homes of friends and family. The book also features acceptable behavior for different occasions in a dog’s life such as treating veterinarians, pet sitters, and dog groomers with respect. If you want to become a model pet owner or just love your dog, you can buy Charlotte’s book at your local book store or at www.amazon.com. To learn more about Charlotte, go to www.missfidomanners.com. (Jacqueline is pictured here with Charlotte Reed and her dog, Thames.)

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One Response to “Help Fido Brush Up on his Dog Manners”

  1. Emily on July 2nd, 2007 11:31 am

    This blog reminded me of a very neat blog I read on body language expert Patti Wood’s website. Here is a clip from that and a link: Woof.
    “Among other things dogs’ tails wag more to the right when they feel positive about a person or situation, and a slow, stiff tail wag signals potential aggression.”

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