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The Ultimate Guide to Dog Breeding for Beginners By Nick Narvaez
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Starting a dog breeding business is an endeavour that can be exceptionally rewarded, but at the same time, one that has its own challenges. The dog breeding world has expanded greatly, and now people... More > who love dogs and love breeding them can make a living out of their passion. This book covers several aspects of dog breeding such as: - Different Dog Breeding Methods - Placing Pups In Their New Homes - A Challenging Venture - Caring For Pups - Puppy Care - How To Find A Dog Mate - Dog Breeding And Hereditary Eye Problems - Pros And Cons - Studs - The Importance Of Medical Checks - Genetics - Dog Breeding And Joint Problems - Dog Breeding And Newbies - Dog Breeding The Ethical Way - Dog Breeding Essentials - Dog Breeding For Conformation And Performance - Dog Breeding To Earn Income and so much more! Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Training a Service Dog for Beginners By Yong Kim
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If you want a service dog because you have a physical or mental disability but you don't want to be on a waiting list for years, or you can't afford such a trained dog, it may be possible for you to... More > train a dog yourself. Certified service dogs can go with their handler in every public place where dogs usually are not allowed, like in shops, libraries, museums, theatres and cinemas. A service dog can be of any breed and size, from a Chihuahua to a Great Dane. The most popular service dog breeds are Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever and German Shepherd. The important part is that your dog has the right personality. It has to be willing to work, calm and unafraid..... Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
A Beginners Guide to Catahoula Leopard Dogs By Virgir Galizia
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As with most smart dog breeds, the Louisiana Catahoula Leopard needs to have a fair amount of stimulation in order to stay energized and happy. These dogs are highly intelligent and quick to assess... More > situations, making them perfect helpers in law enforcement. But at the same time, this energy they have can also match perfectly with young children. The Catahoula is gentle and loving with younger children, so unlike other sporting dogs, this breed can be a good addition to a home setting... Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
A Beginners Guide to Dog Grooming Like a Professional By Billie Osbourne
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Dog grooming is nothing but caring for your dog that includes cutting its hair, bathing it, trimming its nails, cleaning its teeth, ears, etc. thereby maintaining good dog health, hygiene and... More > improving the appearance of the dog in general. It is recommended that you practice grooming your dog from when it is young because many times it is a bit difficult to groom the older dogs that are not used to this maintenance. This book covers several aspect of dog grooming such as: - Dog Grooming Tool Must Haves - Dog Grooming Tips - Grooming Your Pure-breed Or Mixed-breed Dog - The Importance Of Dog Grooming - The Proper Way To Groom Your Dog - How To Keep Your Dogs In Tip-top Shape - The Significance Of Proper Dog Grooming - Taking A Dog Grooming Training and so much more! Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your Nook or other reading device.< Less
Chihuahuas for Beginners By Campbell Alexander
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The Chihuahua is a lively, charming, and intelligent breed. They are very devoted to their owners, though usually only choose one or two "favorites". Not only do they give affection, they... More > in turn demand it. Their creative and curious nature drives them to create various ways to gain your attention. Owners of more independent breeds may find the Chihuahua too needy. Households with older children are preferred, as they can be injured easily by younger children. Valued for their loyalty and courageousness, they often become "full of themselves" and will challenge much larger dogs and strangers, and because of their size this can often result in severe injuries or possibly death. They are also very suspicious of strangers (which also makes them good watchdogs), and will not let you out of their sight. It's often said they have "terrier-like" qualities... as they are very alert, observant, bold and saucy... Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Basenjis for Beginners By David Nelson
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Basenji dog breed belongs to the hound group and they are used as pets or for exhibitions and contests. These dogs have a normal dog diet. However, they love to steal food, and therefore they may... More > easily gain weight. Basenjis have a lifespan of ranging from 9-15 years. They have about four cubs per pregnancy. How do these barkless dogs look like? They are small to medium-sized dogs with soft fur and a curved tail. They are not too bony and they give the general feeling of a compact, gracious animal. They are unique due to the fact that they are the only dogs in the world which do not bark. However, they make all the other dog sounds and they growl when they are happy. Basenjis originate from the pariah dogs and have particular features of this dog group. They were initially raised as company dogs for Pharaohs. There are portraits of this breed on the pyramids. Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Bullmastiffs for Beginners By Edmund Joyce
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Loyal isn't strong enough of a word to use to describe the Bullmastiff. This is a dog breed that's often called courageous for its ability and desire to protect those it feels it needs to protect.... More > This protective instinct is not punctuated by a fierce attacking stance, however, but rather an action to divert the danger away from the person that is being threatened. While the Bullmastiff will attack if it feels that is the only option, generally speaking, it will simply just stand between the stranger/intruder and the person the dog is protecting... Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
A Beginners Guide to Boxers By Alexandra Rover
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The Boxer is a breed of stocky, medium-sized, short-haired dogs developed in Germany. Their coat is smooth and tight-fitting; colors are fawn or brindled, with or without white markings, which may... More > cover the entire body. Boxers are brachycephalic (they have broad, short skulls), and have a square muzzle, mandibular prognathism (an underbite), very strong jaws, and a powerful bite ideal for hanging on to large prey. The Boxer was bred from the Old English Bulldog and the now extinct Bullenbeisser, and is part of the Molosser group. Boxers were first exhibited in a dog show for St. Bernards in Munich in 1895, the first Boxer club being founded the next year. Based on 2012 American Kennel Club statistics, Boxers held steady as the seventh most popular breed of dog in the United States for the third consecutive year.< Less
A Beginners Guide to Brittanys By Irena Domenice
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The name "Brittany" is taken from the region of the same name in northwestern France. Images of Brittanys were first seen on tapestries and paintings from the 17th century. These images... More > depicted orange and white dogs hunting and retrieving game. The first written and verifiable record of Brittanys comes from a hunting description written by Reverend Davies in 1850. Davies described hunting with small "bobtailed" dogs who were pointed and were excellent retrievers. It was around the same time that the modern Brittany is rumored to have been bred by mating with English Setters.[1] First shown at the Paris Dog Show in 1900, the Brittany had already been known in Europe for centuries. The Brittany was first recognized as a breed in 1907 when an orange and white male named "Boy" was registered in France. As a result, the first standards were outlined in the same year.< Less
A Beginners Guide to Malteses By Nick Higgins
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Maltese are one of the most faithful dog breeds that belong to the toy group, most popular for its silky, long and white hair. Though there are some alterations in the coat color (other than white)... More > such as cream, light yellowish and pale ivory tinge, pure white colored Maltese always leads the most popular demand list. On an average, a full grown Maltese will weigh around 6½ - 9½ pounds (3 - 4 kg). The males are 8 - 10 inches (21 - 25 cm) tall, while females are 8 - 9 inches (20 - 23 cm) tall. Let's take a look at Maltese dogs characteristic information, lifespan and grooming tips. Maltese dogs have a slightly rounded, dome-shaped skull. The eyes and nose are pure black in color. This small hardy pet dog looks expressive, mainly because of the dark pigmented skin that surrounds the eyes. Also, you might notice fading of the nose color to pink or brown shades or both. This condition is called 'winter nose' and happens when the pet dog is not exposed to sunlight for a prolonged period...< Less

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