Atlas of dog breeds of the world

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TFH Publications, 1995 - Pets - 912 pages
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This atlas has proven to be the most sought-after book on the dog; unrivaled, the Atlas is the definitive authority on purebred dogs available to day. Now in its fifth edition, this is a most colorful opus on dogs, a riotous celebration of all dogs, familiar and obscure, from every country in the world.

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User Review  - sumik - LibraryThing

Love this book. You can find just about any dog breed you can imagine in this book. And they tried their darnedest to get a photograph of each dog. Also, I love the way that the grouped the breeds - in in a specific dog registry's grouping but by origin and purpose. Read full review

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User Review  - louparris - LibraryThing

This book is my salvation! Most dog folks and dog rescue folks have a copy. It covers may dog breeds that are not AKC. I am hoping fervently for a new edition. Read full review

Contents

AUTHORS PREFACE
6
THE FLOCK GUARDS
24
THE SCENTHOUNDS
38
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Chris Walkowicz and Bonnie Wilcox, D.V.M., are award-winning authors whose works include "old Dogs," "Old Friends" (Howell Book House, 1991).

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