All in the family
Fur, hair and feathers, living together
- Written for all potential and current pet owners
- Sound advice regarding why – or why not – to have more than one pet
- Combinations of pets that are best avoided
- Introducing new members into the family
- Living with different species
- A look at day to day life with a multi-pet household
- Why two can be company, and three isn’t necessarily a crowd
- Describes what fun, joy, laughter and love more than one pet can bring to a home
Through studies and lots of real life examples, the author hopes to convince pet lovers that two’s company – and even three is definitely not a crowd. The book explores why more than one pet is a great idea for all concerned – for both owners and pets. It is also highlights how pets could benefit from the presence of other animals in the household, and in some cases be given a completely new lease of life.
Although many might feel two dogs or cats are plenty, it could be that more are even merrier. Expert advice is given on making the right choices to avoid a combination that clearly won’t work, perhaps due to the breed of dog or cat; the owner’s location or residence; a current lifestyle situation, or the incompatibility or some combinations for numerous reasons.
Combinations of dogs and cats, as well as other animals are discussed, with clear evidence that pets such as rabbits, pigs and hedgehogs, among others, can all live happily in a mixed environment.
Featuring interviews with multi-animal families, who relate their personal experiences in their real life, mixed menageries, the book is illustrated through dynamic photographs of multiple pets at play, eating, sleeping and interacting with each other, their owners and families, showing what fun, joy, laughter and love more than one pet can bring to a home.
Format Paperback • 22x17cm •• 80 pages • 100 pictures
Published DUE 2022