1. "If you are considering adopting a dog from a shelter then 'Love Has No Age Limit' will be your perfect companion. Packed with great information, this book will make the transition period from shelter to home a lot easier for you and your dog. For shelters, 'Love Has No Age Limit' will give adopters a unique support system, thereby increasing the rate of successful adoptions by helping to keep dogs in their new homes." --Victoria Stilwell, Animal Planet's It's Me or the Dog
2. "They say, you can't judge a book by its cover but as soon as I saw the dear old dog on the cover of Patricia McConnell and Karen London's Love Has No Age Limit, I just knew I would love the book. And I do. Yet another outrageous success by Patricia and Karen. I have always been a champion of adopting adult dogs and this book is most certainly a valuable resource for anyone welcoming an adult dog into their home. Yes, you can teach an old dog new tricks. Let Patricia and Karen show you how." --Dr. Ian Dunbar, DVM, founder of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers
3. "If you've decided to adopt a furry homeless stranger, this booklet is your perfect resource. You'll provide love for your new dog, while Drs. McConnell and london will provide practical, accurate advice so you can avoid common mistakes and spark a life-long friendship." --Kathy Sdao, MA, ACAAB, Bright Spot Dog Training
So here you are, right next to a new dog who just entered the house, and whose life history you know little or nothing about. Now what? How do you welcome an adult or adolescent dog into your home and incorporate this new individual into your family? This booklet is designed to help you ease the transition from "new dog" to "family member" by guiding you through the first steps of this new relationship. Love Has No Age Limit includes information on what to do as you enter the house, how to handle the first few days, what to do and what not to do as you get to know each other, and tips on everything from the car ride home to the first vet visit. It includes advice on training and a section on solving common behavioral problems to helps prevent the most frequent dilemmas that people encounter when adopting a new dog.