The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Dogs: Dog Breeds and Dog Care
* The definitive dog encyclopedia: a comprehensive visual guide to more than 180 breeds from all over the world - from the lovable and familiar Labrador Retriever and Cocker Spaniel to the more unusual Keeshond, Saluki, Portuguese Water Dog and Brittany * Fascinating descriptions of each breed, including essential information on grooming, feeding and exercise as well as insights into each dog's character and temperament * Expert and comprehensive advice on how to care for your dog, with step-by-step photographs to guide you * Guidelines for choosing the right dog for you and your family, general care, grooming, feeding, training, breeding and whelping along with essential health and first aid * Includes over 700 specially commissioned color photographs.
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The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Dogs, Dog Breeds & Dog Care
Peter Larkin,Mike Stockman
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