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Periodically, Levin’s readers contacted her with
questions about canine diabetes and its related
problems. She realized that there was a need for
educational material on these topics, too. Levin
scrutinized the current literature, drew on her own
nursing background, and consulted with dozens of
experts. What began as a small diabetes text,
evolved into a dissertation on immune disorders,
metabolic disease, endocrine problems, and canine
nutrition. The result was her third book,
Dogs, Diet
and Disease, winner of the prestigious Maxwell
Award for "Best Healthcare Book 2001."

At the conclusion of that project, Levin was
approached by yet another reader who explained
the need epileptic-dog owners had for educational
material. Levin’s latest work,
Canine Epilepsy,
takes a comprehensive look at one of the most
common neurological problems diagnosed in dogs
today.

Caroline Levin is also an award-winning dog trainer.
She has an in-depth understanding of canine
behavior and the methods used to successfully train
dogs. She shows her dogs in AKC obedience trials
and the new sport of musical canine freestyle.

Levin is frequently requested as a guest speaker
and has written for a variety of publications. She
has recently been honored with the title of Blind
Dog Advisor to the new Hokkaido Animal Medical
Center, Japan’s largest private veterinary hospital.
Several of the author’s books are currently in
publication in Japan and she has plans to visit once
they are in print.
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Author
Caroline D. Levin
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Canines-and-Felines.com
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With a unique combination of personal and
professional experiences, Caroline Levin has created
several important resource books for dog owners.

Levin’s experience in healthcare began as a
registered nurse. She specialized in such fields as
ophthalmology, family practice nursing, and
endocrinology. After a decade of nursing, Levin left
this field to manage an ophthalmic veterinary clinic.
It was here that she realized the desperate need
blind-dog owners had for educational material. Since
then, she has written the first two works on this
topic:
Living With Blind Dogs and

Blind Dog Stories.