World of Fighting Dogs

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TFH Publications, Incorporated, 1984 - Pets - 287 pages
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The purpose of this book is to introduce the reader to the world of fighting dogs. So that the intention of this introduction will not be misunderstood, I would like to state very firmly at the onset that this book has not been written as a guide for those involved in the illegal and inhumane activity of pitting innocent animals against each other. On the contrary, this book has been written to introduce the unquestionably humane average dog enthusiast to an entire category of purebred dogs that offer a great deal to those in search of wonderful companions and home guardians.

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About the author (1984)

CARL SEMENCIC was born in New York City and still lives within walking distance of the city line. He holds a Associates Degree in Liberal Arts from Queensborough Community College, a B.A. in British and American Literature from Queens College, and a Master's Degree and Doctorate in anthropology from State University of New York at Stony Brook where his areas of special interest were the archaeology of the Americas and American Indian studies. An avid outdoorsman, Semencic enjoys fishing, especially fresh water with ultra-lite equipment, hunting, but only with traditional muzzleloaders, kayaking, especially in the Great Okefenokee Swamp but also locally, and hiking. He has traveled the world both on business and for pleasure. He is a member of the American Mensa Society.

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