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Living With Blind Dogs

Author: Caroline D. Levin
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780967225340
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'Living with Blind Dogs', now in its second edition, is the only published resource book on this topic. It embodies helpful hints from dozens of blind-dog owners, as well as years of ophthalmic nursing, veterinary, and dog training experiences. Both the veterinary community and dog owners alike continue to praise this text, in which Levin successfully answers the common question: "What do I do now?"

My Dog Is Blind But Lives Life To The Full

Author: Nicole Horsky
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 178711063X
Size: 62.51 MB
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This invaluable book sympathetically shows the owner of a blind dog that their loyal friend can still have the same zest for and enjoyment of life. With love and careful thought, you and your dog can help each other find new or adapted ways to live happily together.

Blind Devotion

Author: Cathy Symons
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781469952666
Size: 14.44 MB
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For millions of people their pet is a beloved member of the family. For these people the loss of a pet's vision can be especially difficult. Blind Devotion is a book these people can turn to. The author connects with her audience by sharing a touching, warm story of her own blind pug dog. Cathy Symons uses her vast experience as a veterinary technician and canine rehabilitation practitioner to offer advice on caring for a blind dog and enhancing their lives through environmental enrichment vital to maintaining a joyful life. Ms. Symons educates the reader on what it means to be blind, how to keep your pet safe, how to stimulate other senses, making life enjoyable for your pet and developing new commands. The author also discusses difficult topics such as quality of life, commitment, anxiety, enucleation, and addressing owner emotions. By sharing her story the author offers reassurance and guidance, shares ideas, and gives hope.

Traveling Blind

Author: Susan Krieger
Publisher: Purdue University Press
ISBN: 1557535574
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As her dog is a guide for her, Krieger is a guide for the reader to the world of "traveling blind." Readers will be fascinated by the insight into service animals, and guide dogs in particular, learning how these specially trained animals actually do their job. You begin to understand the taken for grantedness of the human-animal interaction; in the process, you have been privy to the intricate dance that goes into working with a guide dog. A particularly strong academic contribution of the book is the interior view of the experience of disability. This is a book that will involve and transform the reader, who comes to identify with Krieger's experience and to rethink what it means "to see," just as the author must do in her travels.

Dogs Diet And Disease

Author: Caroline D. Levin
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780967225326
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Provides information on canine illnesses and the factors that cause them. This book examines options for treatment, and provides instructions on how to care for chronically ill dogs. It is for pets dealing with diabetic cataracts, or Sudden(ly) Acquired Retinal Degeneration, the sudden blindness associated with excess cortisol production and more.

Treatment And Care Of The Geriatric Veterinary Patient

Author: Mary Gardner
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119187230
Size: 28.71 MB
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Treatment and Care of the Geriatric Veterinary Patient offers veterinarians a complete guide to treating and managing geriatric canine and feline patients. Offers practical guidance on managing all aspects of veterinary care in geriatric pets Takes a holistic approach to managing the geriatric patient, from common diseases and quality of life to hospice, euthanasia, client communications, and business management Focuses on dogs and cats, with a chapter covering common exotic animals Provides clinically oriented advice for ensuring quality of life for older pets Includes access to a companion website with videos, client education handouts, and images

Stand By Me Rp

Author: Dave Steele
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781985408784
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Blind poet, Dave Steele, concludes his Stand By Me RP trilogy with his most noteworthy collection of rhythmical verse. Stand By Me RP Volume 3 beautifully illustrates the evolving emotion and quiet apprehension associated with the diagnoses of Retinitis Pigmentosta (RP). Steele's poems flawlessly demonstrate the impact of this disease on both the individual and the family. The words of this amazing father and advocate are sure to leave you with a better understanding of vision loss, both educating and inspiring readers.

Assistive Technology For Visually Impaired And Blind People

Author: Marion Hersh
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781846288678
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Equal accessibility to public places and services is now required by law in many countries. For the vision-impaired, specialised technology often can provide a fuller enjoyment of the facilities of society, from large scale meetings and public entertainments to reading a book or making music. This volume explores the engineering and design principles and techniques used in assistive technology for blind and vision-impaired people. This book maintains the currency of knowledge for engineers and health workers who develop devices and services for people with sight loss, and is an excellent source of reference for students of assistive technology and rehabilitation.

Blindsided

Author: Karis Walsh
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Inc
ISBN: 1626391211
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Guide dog trainer Lenae McIntyre left the high-speed world of television news writing behind, and now she helps other visually impaired people adjust to life with their canine companions. She teaches her students and their dogs to trust each other, but a past betrayal and the determination to be self-sufficient and independent keep her from trusting her heart to see love. Cara Bradley compensates for her family's shallow celebrity lifestyle by devoting her life to helping others, while keeping to the background. She reluctantly commits to a year of puppy walking a four-legged whirlwind named Pickwick so she can film regular segments for a local news program while helping promote the McIntyre Training Center, but she is unprepared for the changes that the driven and aloof Lenae will bring to her life. Blindsided by love, can Lenae and Cara learn to trust and guide each other toward a new vision for their future?

Cortical Visual Impairment

Author: Christine Roman-Lantzy
Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind
ISBN: 0891288295
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The current leading cause of visual impairment among children is not a disease or condition of the eyes, but cortical visual impairment (CVI)-also known as cerebral visual impairment-in which visual dysfunction is caused by damage or injury to the brain. The definition, nature, and treatment of CVI are the focus of great concern and widespread debate, and this complex condition poses challenges to professionals and families seeking to support the growth and development of visually impaired children. On the basis of more than 30 years' experience in working with hundreds of children of all ages with CVI, Christine Roman-Lantzy has developed a set of unique assessment tools and systematic, targeted principles whose use has helped children learn to use their vision more effectively. This one-of-a-kind resource provides readers with both a conceptual framework with which to understand working with CVI and concrete strategies to apply directly in their work.