The Labrador Retriever: An Owner's Guide to a Happy Healthy Pet

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Wiley, Sep 19, 1995 - Pets - 158 pages
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At last, a book about your pet that emphasizes total care, training and companionship! You'll not only learn about the specie-specific traits of your special pet you'll also learn what the world's like from your pet's perspective; how to feed, groom and keep your pet healthy; and how to enjoy your pet through training and activities you can do together.

"The Labrador Retriever" is written by a breed expert and includes a special chapter on training by Dr. Ian Dunbar, internationally renowned animal behaviorist, and chapters on getting active with your dog by long-time "Dog Fancy" magazine columnist, Bardi McLennan. Best of all, the book is filled with info-packed sidebars and fun facts to make caring for your pet easy and enjoyable.

Ranked number one in 1994 AKC registrations.

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Contents

What Is a Labrador Retriever?
5
The Labrador Retrievers Ancestry
13
The World According to
23
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Lisa Weiss Agresta's experience, combined with her life-long love of Labradors, has earned her the reputation as one of the most well-respected Labrador Retriever breeders in the country. She and her father, Jerry Weiss, are one of the few father/daughter judging teams in dog shows today.

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