The Complete Dog Book: 20th Edition (Google eBook)

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Random House Publishing Group, Dec 18, 2007 - Pets - 880 pages
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For more than seventy-five years, The Complete Dog Book has been the premier reference on purebred dogs. Now in its twentieth edition, this treasured guide is an essential volume for every dog owner and owner-to-be.

Comprehensive and thoughtfully organized, The Complete Dog Book features all 153 breeds recognized by the American Kennel Club, the official breed standards, breed histories, and photographs. Also included are the twelve most recently recognized breeds: Anatolian Shepherd Dog, Black Russian Terrier, German Pinscher, Glen of Imaal Terrier, Havanese, Löwchen, Neapolitan Mastiff, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Parson Russell Terrier, Polish Lowland Sheepdog, Spinone Italiano, and Toy Fox Terrier.

Along with AKC registration procedures and current forms, The Complete Dog Book includes sections on

• choosing the dog that’s right for you
• training
• nutrition
• grooming
• responsible breeding
• canine first-aid
• joining a dog club
• Canine Good Citizen® program
• every AKC sport: Agility, Conformation, Coonhound, Earthdog, Field Trials, Herding, Hunt Tests, Junior Showmanship, Lure Coursing, Obedience, Rally, and Tracking

Concluding with an extensive glossary of terms and line drawings, The Complete Dog Book is a reference that dog aficionados will turn to again and again.


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User Review  - David Ward - Goodreads

The Complete Dog Book (20th Edition) - an Official Publication of the American Kennel Club (Ballantine Books 2006)(636.7). The Complete Dog Book provides breed standards, histories, and photographs of ... Read full review

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It tells you everyting you need to know about dogs and different types of dogs. Read full review

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The American Kennel Club has been the dog breed expert since 1884. For more information on the AKC, please visit their website at www.akc.org.

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