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Dog Books Sale: “One of the best I have read…”

by | Nov 24, 2023 | Dog Training & Care | 0 comments

I was born to love pets & spread JOY! My books bring smiles, save lives, and reduce vet bills. So I put ALL MY DOG BOOKS ON SALE…cuz maybe you’ll want to “adopt” more of my 35+ award-winning pet books or share the tail-wagging love with other pet lovers.

You can get ’em for full price on Amazon, BUT…

Y’all may not know but Amazon (and other platforms) control a LOT of the details, including the prices. Authors give away a large percentage of our income for the privilege of having books on these sites. After you purchase, we don’t get paid for weeks and sometimes months.

As a small business owner, this year I opened my own online store. By making my books available on Amy Shojai’s Bookstore, I receive more income, get paid in days (not months), and can pass on that savings to YOU. Purchasing directly from the author supports independent creators, too–so we have more time to write more books for y’all!

These are the SAME books–Ebook, audiobook, paperback, or hardcover–you get from other merchants at a higher price to you. Digital books (Ebooks and audio) deliver instantly from BookFunnel. Paperback and hardcovers arrive in about 10 days from the Amazon warehouse (order early if needing for gifts). So if you’re eager for cat books for yourself or gifting to another cat lover, check out the discounted titles. Here are a few of my most popular titles.

❤️‍🔥Here’s what readers say:

“A must-have for any puppy owner, dog owner, or dog professional!”

“This is the most comprehensive puppy manual I have ever read, and I have read them all.”

“The amount of information, good information, is exceptional.”

“So good, I bought a second one as a Christmas gift!”

📖 COMPLETE PUPPY CARE: Your go-to guide for puppy information on health, new puppy care, and buying or adopting a stray or shelter pup for your family. You’ll learn all the latest about raising a dog of your dreams, introducing a new pup to the rest of your family, and enjoy the cute puppy pictures. Maybe you have a new pup–or want to GIFT someone! (Award Winner!) 352 pages, Oversize 7” x 10”

“Beautifully chosen dog ‘models’ and informative history and traits…so good, I bought a second one as a Christmas gift!”

“Ms. Shojai has produced a marvelous book filled with all you need to know about Canine Culture.”

“Great book, interesting facts! You can always go to Amy Shojai for answers.”

📖 DOG LIFE: Celebrating the History, Culture, and Love of the Dog: Looking for dog gift books? Filled with beautiful color photographs of these furry friends, this book reveals virtually everything needed to appreciate this engaging, lovable companion. Color spreads of dogs of every breed and variety, the perfect holiday gift book. (Award Winning Book!) 157 pages, Oversize 8.5” x 11”

new choices in natural healing for dogs and cats

“Shojai covers common health and behavior problems and offers solutions from a panel of experts in holistic therapies.”

“Great reference book to use when natural remedies are an option for my fur babies.”

“Every pet owner should own a copy of this book.”

📖 NEW CHOICES IN NATURAL HEALING FOR DOGS & CATS: At your fingertips you’ll find over 1,000 at-home remedies for your pet’s problems. Herbs * Acupressure * Massage * Homeopathy * Flower essences * Natural diets * Healing energy (Advice from 70+ holistic veterinarians) 466 pages, Oversize 9” x 10”

“Amy just keeps doing it over and over, providing animal lovers with good solid information about the care and behavior of our dogs and cats.”

“Amy Shojai is informative, entertaining, and totally necessary for anyone who is owned by a dog!”

Wow, am I glad I got this book!”

📖 ComPETability (DOGS): Learn about dog aggression, dog language, potty problems, dinnertime woes and more with prescriptive how-to advice for fearful canines and bullying behavior, plus how to introduce dogs to other pets and kids. This book addresses every behavior question you have, with advice from expert behaviorists and trainers. (Award-winning book!) 162 pages, 6” x 9”

“Brought to you by one of the premiere pet writers in the United States.”

“It is extremely in depth. The author does not miss one little trick.”

“Best book ever written on dog care!”

“Amy again did an amazing job of putting together all the information a dog parent needs in an easy to read and use format. Dog Facts is a book every dog owner should have.”

“She’s so knowledgeable about pets that I would trust her with my own!”

📖 DOG FACTS: The Pet Parent’s A-to-Z Home Care Encyclopedia: Designed to answer all your questions. How do I choose the right dog? What holistic help and preventive care should I give? Why do dogs act the way they do, and what behavior indicates illness? What constitutes an emergency, and how/when can I safely treat my pet with home care and first aid? 200+ entries and 160+ cute photos and illustrations, covering everything from abscesses and hair loss to whipworms and zoonosis 782 pages, Oversize 7.5” x 9.25”


I wanted to go even further with my dog books sale. You can get your pick of the litter-ary titles individually, above, at a price break. And for an extra special deal (cuz many of us have more than one dog…so we need more than one book!), here’s a holiday bundle on 3 paperbacks. When you get them together, you’ll save a bundle (see what I did there?!), nearly $20 off when you get all three paperbacks at once. That way, you can have one for you, and two for gifts…or keep ’em all. Your choice. (PAPERBACK ONLY DEAL!)

Oh, and if you want an autographed bookplate to insert, message me when you purchase. *s* Offer expires December 31, 2023.

😲Pick up your discounted DOG PAPERBACK HOLIDAY BUNDLE before it goes away

I love hearing from you, so please share comments and questions. Do you have an ASK AMY question you’d like answered? Do you have a new kitten and need answers? Stay up to date on all the latest just subscribe the blog, “like” me on Facebook, and sign up for Pet Peeves newsletter.

Stay up to date with the latest book giveaways and appearances related to my September Day pet-centric THRILLERS WITH BITE!  Amy Shojai, CABC is a certified cat & dog behavior consultant, a consultant to the pet industry, and the award-winning author of 35+ pet-centric books and Thrillers with Bite! Oh, and she loves bling!


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