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BOOK'S BY Theresa Mancuso



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FOUR NEW BOOKS FOR ANIMAL LOVERS

Cats Do It Better Than People
200 life lessons you can learn from your
feline friend.

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By Theresa Mancuso Trade Paperback
5 1/4" x 7 1/8", 256 pages

You know that cats do everything of importance better than people, and that we, their beloved humans, can only be our very best when we follow their example.

Cats Do It Better Than People celebrates the best our cats share with us—from unconditional love and patience with the foibles of others to scrupulous personal habits and the commanding of respect and obedience from others. Here, cat people share favorite anecdotes as well as lessons learned from their feline companions, such as . . .

  Cinnamon, who bonded completely with her humans’ infant son and became a third parent

  Emily, whose furry evidence on her human’s leather jacket won him a major sale

  Zazu, who learned to trigger the motion detector at the animal shelter so he would have human visitors at night

  Pretty, a seventeen-year-old top cat, who with one meow kept her new kitten brother, Rambo, in his place

Cats Do It Better Than People is a fitting tribute to every kitty who rules with an iron paw and leads with a tail held high. 

Theresa Mancuso whistles while she works for the care and feeding of seven adoring cats. The author of Who Moved My Bone? and Dog People Do It Better, she is a lifelong dog person who has recently learned that cats do it even better.

$9.95

You may also order by phone. 1-800-872-5627 Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern Time If you wish to place an order by phone during non-business hours please dial extension 7103

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Theresa Mancuso
Trade Paperback, 5 1/2” x 8 1/2”, 288 pages
More dogs really can be more fun!

Dog training and care take on a whole new dimension when there’s more than one dog in the household. Owners find themselves surrendering the bed (because it’s easier than hearing the dogs whine), skipping vacations (because it’s harder to find a sitter for more than one dog), and skipping social events (to get home to their pooches).

Who Moved My Bone? is a lifeline for those who have more than one dog—and the perfect preparation for those who are considering adding another dog to their families.

Pack living is truly a dog’s natural habitat. Written with tenderness and authority by a longtime multiple dog owner, Who Moved My Bone? provides every bit of information the leader of the pack needs in order to realize the special benefits of sharing a life with more than one dog.

THERESA MANCUSO (Brooklyn, NY) has been a multi-dog owner for more than two decades. She has published more than sixty articles to date in such magazines as Dog World and German Shepherd Quarterly.

Who Moved My Bone?

$12.95

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By Theresa Mancuso

Trade Paperback
5 1/4" x 7 1/8", 272 pages

If you are a dog person, you already know that you have a secret advantage over non-dog owners: that it's possible to become wiser, bolder, and more capable of living in the moment thanks to the behaviors and attitudes of your canine companion.

Dog People Do It Better celebrates the best canine traits-courage, devotion, teamwork, humility, loyalty, respect, and unconditional love-and, through stories and life lessons, shows you how to incorporate them into your daily life.

Let these dogs show you how to do it better . . .

  Perry, a star showdog whose love for his less-accomplished brother was so strong he could only perform well when they were together

  Hexe, a master locksmith who could find a way out of a room and into any party

  Lobo, who bravely fought in the Vietnam War

With Dog People Do It Better, you'll be leader of the adult pack in no time!

Theresa Mancuso, author of Who Moved My Bone?, is a writer, photographer, and graphic designer who belongs to a German shepherd, Abby. A lifelong dog person, she has published more than sixty articles to date for such publications as Dog World and German Shepherd Quarterly.

$9.95

You may also order by phone. 1-800-872-5627 Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern Time If you wish to place an order by phone during non-business hours please dial extension 7103

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FAREWELL TO ABBY

 

The following is my self-published tribute to a most magnificent German Shepherd dog, Farewell to Abby.

 

When the last remaining member of my German Shepherd pack, Abby, started to limp and struggle with walking, I thought it was perhaps a severe bout with arthritis. After all, it was winter time, and I was struggling with my own aches and pains. Abby was a few months past her 8th birthday. So, I was not worried. After a few weeks of this limping, however, added to the slowness of her three-legged walk, a hard knot of lump appeared on the bone of her right rear leg at the stifle. The rest is now history, a tragic diagnosis of osteosarcoma, hours and hours of diligent research, trips to several excellent veterinarians in hopes of some reprieve from the dire prognosis, and then, the days of rimadyl for pain relief and finally, the victory of terrible pain and Abby’s tragic descent. The only kind and loving thing a person can do for a beloved pet when pain takes over its life and the prognosis is zero, is to hold that beloved pet in one’s arms and allow it to be freed from its diseased body to return to its Creator. I held Abby in my arms and sang to her while she passed into sleep and eternity, gently, with love, and without added suffering. I shall never cease missing this awesome companion. The book is a tribute to Abby in photographs that show the scope of her beautiful and full life.

 

It is available directly from the author: Theresa Mancuso, 310 Beverly Road, Brooklyn, New York. $9.95 (includes shipping.) (718) 633-9678 or Email to geisty@verizon.net





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