Pigs are intelligent, challenging and fascinating creatures. They also taste great. This book guides you in feeding and housing your pigs in a caring and cost-effective way, in an environment that supports your pigs' natural instincts.
Dogs know that their human is the greatest in the whole world! They'll stop at nothing to show their owners just how much they love them. They'll remodel the garden, lick the dishes clean and keep the bed nice and warm. They just can't figure out why their displays of af... read more
These perfectly imperfect dogs have gentle lessons for us all ... Meet special little Vegemite with the permanent wink; Bali Pip, the playful pup who lost her fur; Raul, who takes partial paralysis in his stride; and many more, all seen thro... read more
Australia's wild brumbies are slaughtered in their thousands every year. In this heart-wrenching read, Vicki, Amanda and Kelly Wilson travel to the Snowy Mountains to tame wild horses rescued from the annual Brumby cull. Once again the Wilson Sisters show that with kindne... read more
Think your cat loves you? Think again... All cat owners are convinced their cat adores them, the loving provider of daily food, affection and a warm home. But what would your cat tell you if it could speak? Would they shower you with praise for providing them a loving hom... read more
Offers an 'inside-out' view of how the horse uses its body, that is presented in a graphic, easy-to-follow way to help you in improving various aspects of riding and training. This title includes practical exercises that demonstrate how to improve movement, build the right muscles and increase suppleness in the horse.
When was the cat domesticated? What are the different breeds of exotic shorthair? How can a dog and a cat get along? When were cat breeds invented? What are the most beautiful cat stories in literature? Why was the cat associated with the Devil during the Middle Ages? What are ... read more
Of the world’s dogs, less than two hundred million are pets, living with humans who provide food, shelter, squeaky toys, and fashionable sweaters. But roaming the planet are four times as many dogs who are their own masters—neighborhood dogs, dump dogs, mountain dogs. They are dogs, not ... read more
In the Encyclopedia of Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises, award-winning author and whale researcher Erich Hoyt takes readers into the field for an intimate encounter with some 90 species of cetaceans that make their homes in the world's oceans. Drawing on... read more
In this book, Barbara Bower (Lorain, OH) teaches beginning and professional photographers how to embrace the art and technique of horse photography. Readers will learn how to prepare a horse and their owner for a portrait session and wi... read more
When you look into those big, gorgeous puppy-dog eyes, it sometimes seems all too obvious what your dog is thinking - namely, I love you. But there's more to dogs than meets the eye, and after delving deep into pup psychology we can now reveal the real thoughts beh... read more
Dressage training has changed little over the centuries and the principles laid down by the Riding Masters are as pertinent now as they have ever been. Understanding Dressage Training provides essential reading to those wanting to gain a deeper understanding of the... read more