There are many myths about animals that have been repeated so many times that most folks believe they are true. These myths are often called Old Wives’ Tales, but I firmly believe that many of the beliefs were created by males, so I prefer to be politically correct and call them Old Spouse's Tales.
The essays in this book are meant to dispel the Old Spouse's Tales about animals and animal-related myths that have been propagated for so long that they are accepted as true.
Some of the truths brought out in this book include the best way to de-skunk a dog (not tomato juice), the best way to keep a dogs' teeth clean without a toothbrush, what to feed wild baby birds (not worms), the cause of antibiotic resistance in humans, how to get rid of puppy mills, the best training rewards for a puppy, are pit bulls really dangerous, do rodents need to gnaw, a quick way to housebreak a new puppy, and several dozen more surprising truths about pets and animals in general.
So buy the book and get the answers to the questions above and many more that will surprise you.