Learn To Give Your Dog A Check-Up Just Like Your Veterinarian Does!

Dear Fellow Dog Owner,

Have you ever looked at your dog, and something was just not right? You didn't know whether to take him to the vet, or to wait and see.

Our dogs are such an important part of our lives, and it's devastating when they're ill.  Sometimes they're not obviously unwell, they just don't look "right". Wouldn't it be great if you knew how to give your dog a check-up, so you could identify if there is a problem, before it became serious?

Now you can.

This ebook will teach you how to examine your dog, just like your veterinarian does. It contains full color photographs of both healthy dogs, and dogs with a variety of common medical conditions, as well as instructions on how to examine your dog's entire body. You will learn what is normal, and what is abnormal in dogs. All dogs are different. You'll become very familiar with your dog's body, so it will be very obvious if something is not right. Here are just some of the things you'll be able to do after you've read this ebook:

  • Perform a clinical examination on your dog, from one end to the other.
  • Become familiar with your dog's normal body condtion, so you can quickly identify any problems.
  • Feel confident you can identify abnormalities in your dog's condition.
  • Reduce the amount you spend on vet fees, when you're not really sure there is a problem
  • Know how often to worm, vaccinate, flea treat and bathe your dog.

Order your copy of "How to Give Your Dog A Check-Up" now for only $9.97, and in a few moments, you will be examining your dog and making sure he is in good health. That's less than the cost of a couple of worming tablets!

Step by step instructions, full color photographs and a guide to preventative health care for your dog will allow you to keep your dog in the best possible health. Click the "buy now" button and your ebook will be delivered to you within moments. 

Warm regards,

Dr Rosie Brown

Veterinary Surgeon

 

PS: This ebook is not a substitute for veterinary advice. If you are concerned about your dog's health, make an appointment for an examination with your veterinarian.