Vet Creates New Handy Health Guide for Dog Lovers Everywhere

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Dr. John Bloxham turns over 50-years experience into resource on common canine ailments

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An informed pet parent is a better pet parent.

The standard pet food commercial would lead one to believe that all it takes to keep a dog healthy is quality meals and a few fine chew toys, but really dogs are just like people and face a number of common health concerns that all owners should be aware of.

John Bloxham, D.V.M., has been practicing veterinary medicine in various capacities for over 50 years. Just like his clients, Dr. Bloxham has a profound love for all of his patients and a special soft spot for canine companions. He has turned his many years of patient visits into the simple new guide, “Dr. Jack’s Dog Facts: A Guide to Common Canine Ailments.”

“I did not want this guide to read like a textbook with lots of complicated diagrams and jargon,” Dr. Bloxham said. “This is meant to be informative for both new and seasoned pet owners, so they can be better equipped to care for their dogs and have a better chance at understanding what their vet is talking about when they visit.”

“Dr. Jack’s Dog Facts” is easy to navigate by having each chapter attributed to a particular body part of the dog, i.e. the neck, back, chest, etc. This way if something seems off about their four-legged friend, any owner can flip open the book and get right to what they are looking for.

“An informed pet parent is a better pet parent,” Dr. Bloxham said. “And a better pet parent leads to a healthier, longer life for man’s best friends.”

For more information, please visit http://www.drjacksdogfacts.com

“Dr. Jack’s Dog Facts: A Guide to Common Canine Ailments”
By: John Bloxham, D.V.M.
SC-ISBN: 978-1-4969-2135-2
SC-Retail price: $13.95
Available at barnesandnoble.com, amazon.com and Authorhouse.com

About the author
Dr. John (Jack) Bloxham received his pre-veterinary education from South Carolina and Clemson universities before heading to Auburn University to become a doctor of veterinary medicine. He has received many accolades as both a diagnostician and surgeon in his field. He enjoys building long-lasting relationships with both clients and their pet patients. His main goal in life is to help people be the best pet owners they can be for their furry family members.

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