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

Atlas of dog breeds of the world

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

This is a prodigious compilation of the history and development of some 400 breeds of dog. Excellent color photographs accompany the text. The authors divide dog breeds into eight categories ... Read full review



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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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