Books Authored by Dr. Gary Weitzman
Have you ever wondered if your pet is happy? Or whether a gurgling stomach could be a true emergency? How often do you wish you had instant access to a veterinarian for help? Well, now you can! Our president and CEO, Dr. Gary Weitzman is the author of nine books published by National Geographic, all intended to help you become the best pet owner you can be!
Combining first aid, medical reference, and tips and tricks of the trade, the Pet Lover's Guide is your
go-to resource for at-home animal care, in a digestible bookazine format.
Whether teaching a puppy the basics, correcting behavioral problems, or training your pooch to perform more advanced tricks, this guide will take you through all the steps to have your canine answering your call in no time.
A comprehensive and easy-to-use illustrated pet reference packed with expert advice on common health, behavior and training for cats, dogs and other domestic pets.
Kids will learn about more than 400 different dog breeds as well as how to choose the right dog for them, how to take care of their new furry friend and how to understand their pet’s behavior.
This is a fun, informative and photographically driven book that helps kids understand what their dog is trying to tell them through body language and behavior.
This fun book helps kids understand what cats are trying to communicate by their body language and behavior. So if you've ever wondered what Fluffy means when she's purring or moving her tail emphatically from left to right — this book is for you!
More About the Author:
Dr. Gary Weitzman joined San Diego Humane Society as its president and CEO in 2012. A Certified Animal Welfare Administrator, he has served as chair of the board of the Association for Animal Welfare Advancement and is currently a board member of Shelter Animals Count and Mama’s Kitchen, a San Diego nonprofit committed to providing food for people with chronic illnesses. An Air Force veteran, he earned a double BA in biology and English from Colby College, a master’s in International Public Health from Boston University and his DVM from Tufts’ Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. Gary was also the former co-host of the nationally distributed public radio program The Animal House, which ran for seven years.