Now that Dogwise has dipped its toe into publishing, we have gained an added appreciation for books that are able to sell both consistently and well over a long period of time. And we have been even more impressed when the books are self-published by their authors and do well without having the marketing muscle that a mass market publisher can put behind a book. So this week we want to tip our hats to five self-published books on a variety of topics that have continued to be in demand among dog enthusiasts for several years:
- The Cautious Canine by Trish McConnell. Cautious Canine remains the first book you should consult if you have a shy or wary dog.
- Peak Performance by Chris Zink. If your dog is a budding canine athlete, this book remains the most complete resource you can turn to.
- Living With a Deaf Dog by Susan Cope Becker. A deaf dog can be trained once you realize a dog can learn to respond to non-verbal cues.
- Competition Obedience: A Balancing Act by Judy Byron and Adele Yunck. The book we recommend before any other for anyone who wants to compete in obedience with their dog.
- The Clothier Natural Jumping Method by Suzanne Clothier. The pioneering book on jumping for dogs, written before most of us ever knew we needed a book on this subject!
Thanks from all of us at Dogwise.
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