The intelligent and determined Dachshund is a playful and sometimes clownish companion and watchdog. Newly authored text by a Dachshund expert demonstrates how these loyal and persistent dogs provide amusement and companionship to their families in cities, suburbs, or on the farm.
Dogs 101 Dachshund is the essential guide for caring for these feisty, versatile dogs and includes information on breed characteristics, proper supplies, feeding, grooming, health, training, and fun activities. Sidebars in each chapter highlight important tips and interesting anecdotes, and the fun, modern design of this series mimics the stylish look of the Dogs 101 television series.
About the Author
CAROL FRISCHMANN holds a B.S. in Science Education from Duke University and has been a pet columnist for television and the Internet. A member of the National Science Writers Association, she has worked in wildlife rehabilitation facilities for many years. Carol maintains the website ThisWildLife.com. A cranky parrot and a hyperactive Doberman Pinscher closely supervise Carol's work in her Grand Canyon, Arizona, office.