ASPCA Complete Guide to Dogs

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Chronicle Books, 1999 - Pets - 512 pages
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The ultimate resource for dog lovers, the ASPCA Complete Guide to Dogs is the authoritative volume on selecting and caring for any kind of dog. In the ASPCA tradition, this book has a strong focus on mixed breedsa major difference from most other dog books, which describe only purebreds. At over 500 pages with more than 650 illustrations and photos, this guide covers everything dog owners need to know to give their dog the best possible care at every stage of life, including advice on bathing and grooming, training and exercise, and the special needs of puppies and older dogs. For anyone thinking about getting a dog or seeking to understand the one they have, this lively book is the place to turn for trustworthy information on all canine matters.
 

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i toilley love this book! it is awsome i leared alot and it's fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Contents

How to Use This Guide
10
Reference Guide to Dog Breeds
81
What Makes a Dog a Dog? a
307
Taking Care of Your
353
Times for Special Care
479
Appendices
494
ASPCA Mission Statement
500
Index
506
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About the author (1999)

Sheldon Gerstenfeld, VMD is director of the Chestnut Hill Veterinary Hospital and Bird Clinic in Philadelphia. Author of previous books on cat and dog care, he has served as a contributing editor to Parents magazine and hosted a radio program on pet care. He lives outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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