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Wind Wolf Photography By Tiffany Hughes
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A short photo book showcasing a sampling of Wind Wolf Photography's photos.
Hutchess: A Picture Diary By Dee Dee Rivera
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This story stars Candi, who represents Dee Dee, and takes place in the early summer months of 1998, when Dee got herself a cattle dog puppy that she named Hutchess, after her favorite lead singer,... More > Michael Hutchence, who died some months before these events took place. At that time, Rivera kept a diary, and recorded daily events. Among them, the day she acquired Hutchess, and even the day the puppy fell mysteriously ill. One way how Ms. Rivera knows to get over tragic events like the death of her puppy is to write about them, so she took these events from her personal diary, and wrote about them with illustrations. It has come to create an amazing story that anyone who has ever known the tragedy of losing a pet should enjoy. In the end, Candi gets over her loss of Hutchess and gets another puppy. Find out what she does in this next chapter in her life.< Less
The Glass Key By Dashiell Hammett
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Paul Madvig was a cheerfully corrupt ward-heeler who aspired to something better: the daughter of Senator Ralph Bancroft Henry, the heiress to a dynasty of political purebreds. Did he want her badly... More > enough to commit murder? And if Madvig was innocent, which of his dozens of enemies was doing an awfully good job of framing him?< Less
HUNT 'EM UP! By C.V. Conner
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Basically, training almost any dog to blood trail is simple. It’s so simple in fact that I can sum it up in just a few paragraphs. You don’t have to own a hound to train your own tracking... More > dog. Any breed with the nose to follow a trail can be trained. I have seen everything from labs to Jack Russell terriers to dachshunds trained to trail deer. I personally have a black lab named “Tilly”, and a heeler/shepherd mix named “Diamond Cut”. In short, you would start out your training by making a game of it. You could use a strip of bacon or a piece of calf liver tied to a string as your first scent marker. To make sure the dog is following the calf liver or bacon scent and not yours tie the string to the end of a long pole to drag it well away from your own scent trail. Getting your dog fully trained to blood trail takes a lot of time and patience. But knowing how to get the dog motivated to track and stay with the right line from the beginning really pays off when working with hunters to recover their harvest.< Less