Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) June 15, 2010
According to recent statistics, nearly four million dogs die each year in homes and veterinary offices, begging the question, how many of these deaths could have been prevented? In “Prolonging My Dog’s Life,” a new 50-minute video and eight part e-book series, leading veterinarians provide cutting edge data and instructions that can help dog owners keep their beloved friends and companions healthy and happy, and prevent premature death.
“Our dogs are important members of our families and we don’t want to ever have to watch them suffer,” said Ricky Williams, marketing director. “This new e-book series and instructional video empowers, educates and enlightens dog owners so that they can take a proactive approach to maintaining their dog’s health, and effectively and successfully maintain their quality of life.”
“Prolonging My Dog’s Life” is the product of more than 40 years of veterinary experience, and includes a wealth of information in a format that is easy to understand and implement. The series includes “What to Do in an Emergency Situation” and “Canine Health: What Your Dog Wants You to Know,” two volumes that are must-haves for any dog owner’s home library.
The series is a comprehensive resource for dog health, and provides a number of life-enhancing tips and how-to’s, such as:
How to provide emergency care for a pet that has sustained an injury, including trauma from car accidents, snakebites and gunshot wounds.
How to recognize cardiac arrest and asthma attacks, and treat accordingly.
How to recognize and care for pets who have undergone a heatstroke.
How to create a first aid kit for your dog.
How to recognize the signs of urinary infections, heartworms and more.
The video and e-book series were created by Dr. Kathryn Sarpong, Dr. Cyndi Rachal, Dr. Janie Hodges and Dr. Yvonne Hanks, all leading veterinarians and dog health advocates. In the series, their expertise serves as a road map for dog owners for every step of their dog’s health journey, from preventative measures to emergency care.
“Taking charge of your dog’s health simply requires a more conscious effort, a commitment to your dog’s well-being, and the tools and resources you need to help you recognize when your dog may need critical attention,” said Dr. Kathryn Sarpong, contributing veterinarian. “Our new series illustrates the importance of pet health awareness and is a great learning tool for families that want to ensure their pets live a long, long life.”
“Prolonging My Dog’s Life,” is backed by a 60-day money back guarantee. All materials can be downloaded instantly. For more information or to purchase, visit http://www.prolongmydogslife.com.
About Prolonging My Dog’s Life
“Prolonging My Dog’s Life” is a dynamic e-book series and 50-minute instructional video created and endorsed by leading veterinarians that illustrates guidelines for dog owners who want to ensure that their dogs live healthy, happy and long lives. Visit http://www.prolongingmydogslife.com to purchase and to learn more.
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