So you're thinking of bringing home an adorable puppy or dog to share your life with? A furry friend who will spend weekends accompanying you to farmers' markets; who is just as comfortable on the bus as he is frolicking with children in the park; who is equal parts well-behaved, adorable, loyal and charming. But what are you supposed to do with your four-legged friend when you're at work? And what if you want to go out for dinner and come home late one night, what then? And hang on, you've just remembered that you don't have a garden. I mean, can you even HAVE a dog if you don't have a garden?! Fear not, as help is at hand. In Dog About Town, urban dog trainer and behaviourist Louise Glazebrook offers essential wisdom for any current or potential dog owners. From guidance on which breed of pooch is right for you, to behavioural advice, information on vaccinations, food, sleeping arrangements and tissue obsessions (as well as countless other things you hadn't even thought of), this book has something for every puppy or dog owner. With a slant on urban living, Dog About Town is the perfect addition for anyone whose dog needs to be socialised beyond the confines of their back garden. Fun and informative, Louise's witty book is beautifully illustrated throughout.