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Toy Pups Work To Eat By Shana Carranco
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This booklet covers how and why to use work to eat toys for feeding toy breed puppies and dogs.
A Manual of Toy Dogs : How to Breed, Rear, and Feed Them (Illustrated) By Mrs. Leslie Williams
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Contents: Toy dog for profit; On breeding; The toy bitch when pupping; On rearing pups: On feeding toys; Exhibiting and preparing for exhibition; The choice of breeds; Ailments and illnesses; Club... More > standards, descriptions and points of various toy breeds. “To persuade dog-owners to give meat-feeding a trial—one honest experiment has never in my experience failed to convince the most sceptical—has been my constant endeavour, and I cannot let the "Toy Dog Manual" go forth on another journey without once more laying emphasis on the fact that the really successful dog-owner's secret is a very simple one, spelt in the four letters—MEAT.”< Less
The Small Munsterlander -- A Breed Apart By Paul Jensen, Don Knaus
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This is the first book in the English language about this age-old breed. The book covers the origin of the breed, the development in Germany and is immigration to North America. It describes the club... More > that protects the breed on this continent and explains the breeding requirements as well as suggest numerous questions potential buyers should ask before purchasing a pup. Daily maintenance, health and proper feeding are described and since the breed is a bird dog of the finest quality its training in the field and water is explained. The book includes more than 90 photos (most in color) that shows the dogs and their activities. The book concludes with three hunting trip stories with several Small Munsterlanders as well as answers to the frequently asked questions (FAQ).< Less
PLIGHT OF SNOW WOLF By mary louise westbrook
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A mother wolf not only faces the harsh elements of winter to feed her young pups, she faces the dangers of man and a common enemy---the wolverine.