by Caroline D. Levin RN
An Owner’s Guide to Living With and Without Seizures
triggers such as diet, vaccines and chemicals; how to help dogs before
and after; numerous
treatments to reduce seizure activity.
||Dogs, Diet and Disease
An Owner’s Guide to Diabetes Mellitus, Pancreatitis,
Cushing’s Disease, and More
autoimmune, endocrine, and digestive problems. Discusses treatments,
including diet. An excellent resource
for SARD-dog owners.
With Blind Dogs
A Resource Book and Training Guide
for the Owners of Blind and Low-Vision Dogs
Includes causes of
blindness, pack/behavior issues, training tips, new skills, negotiating
the house, yard, and community, toys/games & more.
||Blind Dog Stories
Tales of Triumph, Humor, and Heroism
stories that provide encouragement to dog owners, demonstrate blind-dog
quality of life, and celebrate the human-canine bond.
||New Skills for Blind Dogs
A Companion Film to Living With Blind
theory and equipment. Demonstrates skills such as the Wait,
the Go Slowly, and the Come when called; teaching
dogs directional cues and avoiding obstacles on leash; managing steps
and stairs. Includes footage from actual blind-dog training sessions.
How Modern-Day Life Affects
Function in Dogs
The Big Picture (an
presentation) illustrates the profound links between the immune system,
hormone production and brain/retinal activity. Levin goes on to
illustrate the startling relationships between adrenal exhaustion,
atypical Addison’s disease and atypical Cushing’s disease.
Meals for Dogs
Practical Ways to Make Your
resource for dog owners who want to switch their dogs to home-made
meals, but who just aren’t sure how to get started. Demonstrates
how to prepare and switch dogs to both cooked and fresh food diets. An
excellent companion to Canine
Epilepsy or Dogs, Diet, and