The Little Dogs' Beauty Book

Front Cover
T.F.H. Publications, Jan 1, 2006 - Pets - 192 pages
0 Reviews
Want to treat your little dog like royalty? Indulge his every desire or whim? When your pooch is more like a friend or family member than a pet, he deserves the best. High on the list of doggie indulgences are fancy collars, fabulous footwear, and canine couture. And buying special products is just one of the many ways to pamper your pooch. There are also many activities that can be catered to dogs, like pedicures, massages, and exercise plans. Discover the multitude of ways to pamper your pup with this fresh, new title. Learn how to create doggie duds for less, how to make the holidays special for a pooch, and even how to keep the house looking fashionable when dealing with doggie drool and shedding. Superbly designed, chock-full of practical information, and just plain fun, The Little Dogs? Beauty Book is the dog owner's comprehensive guide to making your furry friend feel like royalty.

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.


The WellClothed Canine
Sweaters Jackets and Coats Happiness Is a Warm Puppy 1 7
Fashion Hounds Designers and Trends

9 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2006)

DEBORAH WOOD is the award-winning pet columnist for The Oregonian newspaper, and the author of several pet books, including Little Dogs: Training Your Pint-Sized Companion. She lives with three Papillons and a cat in Portland, Oregon.

Bibliographic information