Dr. Demian Dressler, author of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide and The Dog Cancer Coping Guide, has been blogging at DogCancerBlog.com since 2008. Dr. Susan Ettinger, co-author of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide and a respected veterinary oncologist, joined him in 2011 with the release of the second edition of their book.
Check out DogCancerBlog.com for their latest findings about dog cancer, or to see their answers to questions posted by readers.
Maui Restaurants Blog is where James and Molly Jacobson keep their notes in between editions of Top Maui Restaurants. Thousands of readers visit the blog each week to find the latest dish on Maui restaurants.
Where Dog Lovers Celebrate Our Dogs … Past, Present, and Future!
The publication of James Jacobson’s book How to Meditate with Your Dog prompted an inundation of emails, letters, and phone calls from dog lovers all over the world who felt they were “part of the pack.”
The outpouring was heartwarming, but also hard to manage. It soon became obvious that we needed to build an online community where these dog lovers could meet and nurture each other. I Remember Love was the result. The membership has grown steadily over the years, with the most die hard users posting over 8,000 photos and 2,000 videos, posting on each other’s walls, and supporting each other through member groups and discussion forums.
The sense of community, strength, and unconditional love this community exhibits is part of the inspiration for our dog-related titles. Dog lovers really are a breed apart!
by Dr. Demian Dressler, DVM with Dr. Susan Ettinger, DVM, Dip. ACVIM (Oncology)
Anyone dealing with dog cancer needs this comprehensive resource. From alternative treatments to conventional veterinary medicine to mind-body strategies, it is all in this best-selling “survival guide.”
by James Jacobson and Kristine Chandler Madera
James wants to teach the world to meditate – starting with dog lovers. This wonderful little gift book has been praised as “a miracle” for dog lovers, because it helps us all to form a closer, calmer bond with our canine companions.