The Little House that didn’t have a home
Where will Little House find a home? A story about a little house that has nowhere to live, who sets off on an long and daring journey to find his dream home and a place in the world for himself and Little Bear. Come along on this fun-packed adventure to find out if the Little house (and Little Bear) find their very own home!
A puppy called Wolfie
A passion for free-will teaching
Free will training: a dynamic way of teaching that takes modern dog training into the future Follow Wolfie from puppy into adulthood, and the introduction of a second puppy, called Remy. A detailed account of how to use Free Will Teaching™ as a way of life, to teach and guide every dog. Language, cognitive ability, and emotional awareness are key aspects of FWT, resulting in fantastic achievements
Hounds who heal
People and dogs – it’s a kind of magic
The desire for human connection is a fundamental need. For some, however, the closest they come to this connection begins with a dog. This is the story of six abandoned dogs, who ended up living together and inspiring the development of the unique K9 Project.
Lily: one in a million
The moving and powerful story of Lily: a dog who was born unable to survive unaided. But her owner’s intensive, creative management of her rare disability has given her a life worth living, and may inspire others not to give up on animals with other life-threatening conditions. As a therapy dog, Lily greatly enriches the lives of others.
The inspirational story of Calgacus, a dog-to-dog aggressive Bull Mastiff, and a first-time dog owner. Learning how to understand Calgacus and encouraging him to direct his own learning alongside clicker training, TTouch, trick training, and lots of fun, allowed him to conquer his issues, and find joy in playing with other dogs.
For the love of Scout
Promises to a small dog
When Tracey and Paul adopted Scout, they promised him safety and security, and a life free from fear and loneliness; all the things denied him during his first few months of life. Discover how Scout’s carers learned to build on the unconditional trust and devotion that this clumsy, flat-footed, loveable Lurcher offered.
Worzel says hello!
Will you be my friend?
Catherine Pickles and her Lurcher, Worzel, take you on a journey, where you will gain an understanding of how dogs think and feel, so that all children can have a wonderful relationship with the dogs in their lives, and all dogs can feel happy, safe, and loved.
The Supposedly Enlightened Person’s Guide to Raising a Dog
When Kac Young adopted a rescue dog called Talulah, she consulted behaviourist Lisa Tenzin-Dolma on all things dog-related. Lisa’s observations and guidance make an entertaining and informative book that will appeal to both new and seasoned dog guardians.
Heart-warming tales of canine companionship from celebrities and other extraordinary people
An anthology of stories brought to life with colour photographs of the writers and their beloved canine companions. This ideal bedside or coffee table book conveys the key message that dogs can – and do – have a positive impact on the way we feel and live. All author royalties go to the charity Samaritans, to support its invaluable work of alleviating emotional distress and reducing suicidal behaviour.
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