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An all-new addition to our growing series of breed-specific Dummies dog books There are 34,000 Shih Tzus born every year in the United States, and the breed ranked ninth in the American Kennel Club’s registration statistics for 2005. This friendly guide delivers the scoop on these small, affectionate fluff balls, which have an easy-going disposition and make great family pets. It explains how to choose a healthy Shih Tzu puppy or adult dog from a breeder or rescue organization and goes on to provide detailed coverage of feeding, selecting supplies and accessories, housetraining, basic obedience training, breeding, dealing with behavioral problems, and dog-proofing a home. Complete with breed-specific grooming and health care guidance plus eight pages of color photos, this is an indispensable guide for new or would-be Shih Tzu owners everywhere. Eve Adamson (Iowa City, IA) is an award-winning pet writer and the author or coauthor of over 30 books, including Labrador Retrievers For Dummies (0-7645-5281-3), Dachshunds For Dummies (0-7645-5289-9), and Adopting a Pet For Dummies (0-7645-9879-1). A member of the Dog Writers Association of America, she is a contributing editor for Dog Fancy magazine and also writes for the AKC Gazette, AKC Family Dog, Dogs USA, Puppies USA, and Popular Dogs. A favorite aquarium guide–over 77,000 copies sold–now revised with 25 percent new and updated information Americans bought nearly 3 million aquariums last year, and after cats and dogs, fish are the most popular pets in the United States. Keeping a saltwater aquarium, however, presents special challenges–which is why this friendly guide has proved indispensable for saltwater beginners. It shows how to set up a tank, choose the right mix of fish and marine invertebrates, and keep them healthy. Responding to reader requests, this revised edition includes the latest information on filtering systems and other tank equipment, expanded coverage of how to combine and care for fish and other marine creatures, more details on brackish aquariums and maintaining live rock, new tips on feeding and tank upkeep, and eight pages of all-new, full-color photos. Greg Skomal (Vineyard Haven, MA) is an experienced aquarium keeper, a marine fisheries biologist at Martha’s Vineyard Fisheries in Massachusetts, and an adjunct scientist at the Center for Shark Research in Florida. His many books include Saltwater Aquarium: Your Happy Healthy Pet (0-470-03795-4), and he has appeared on the National Geographic Channel, the Today show, CNN, Good Morning America, and elsewhere in the media.