Dig into the world of dogs with this ultimate guide for kids 8 to 12
From gigantic Great Danes to tiny Chihuahuas, kids are about to meet some truly amazing dogs. This pup-tastic guide helps young dog lovers learn about all kinds of cute and clever canines as they explore must-know info and adorable photos.
What sets Dog Breed Guide for Kids
apart from other dog books for kids:
- Dog breed basics—Kids will bone up on dog knowledge with a breakdown of the 7 American Kennel Club groups and the traits that define them.
- 50 different dogs—They’ll be able to take a closer look at each breed, including their appearance, personality, history, and a few fun facts.
- Caretaking guidance—Guides for bringing home and caring for a new dog, including breed-specific tips, show kids what it takes to be a pet owner.
- Easy reference—A handy index makes it simple for kids to find and flip right to their favorite dogs.
Get kids even more excited about our furry friends with this introductory dog encyclopedia.
CHRISTINE ROHLOFF GOSSINGER is a lifelong animal lover who ran her own dog-walking and pet-sitting business for 20 years. Today, she is a dog trainer with FernDog Training and Tanner’s Canine Resort, where her greatest satisfaction and joy is helping pet parents create a positive and lasting bond with their dogs.
“I’m a therapy dog trainer and owner, and kids love to read and show pictures to my dog at the library. I think this book would be a wonderful complement giving kids an easy way to interact and learn more about their canine friends.” —Lynne Petermann, certified dog trainer
“What a great resource for anyone (kids and adults) who wants to learn more about dog breeds. You’ll find just enough info on all your favorite breeds, and it’s presented in a fun and interesting way.” —Fernando Camacho, author, speaker, dog behavior consultant
“Finally, a book that masterfully simplifies the characteristics and personalities of our four-legged friends. A brilliant road map for anyone looking to truly understand the magical world of dog breeds.” —Suzanne Freedman and Tracey Manne, co-owners of Tanner's Canine Resort & Training Facility