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Bob Son of Battle A.L. Burt 1898, Alfred Ollivant
1 Alfred Ollivant Bob Son of Battle A.L. Burt 1898
A. L. Burt Company 1898-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1898 (might be a 1920's reprint) by A. L. Burt Company with 374 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The cover is moderately rubbed with some surface scratching. The corners are bumped and the tips are rubbed through. Previous owners name present. The pages are toned. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. 
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This Dog-Gone World Kim Allison Canine Fiction 1956 Hard Back with Dust Jacket, Allison, Kim
2 Allison, Kim This Dog-Gone World Kim Allison Canine Fiction 1956 Hard Back with Dust Jacket
Phil Dorrance & Co C 1965-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1965 by Phil Dorrance & Co. with 60 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears. The top corner of the front inside flap is price clipped. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. 
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Nobody's Orphan Anne Lindburgh Childrens Book Dog Fantasy Story, Anne Lindburgh
3 Anne Lindburgh Nobody's Orphan Anne Lindburgh Childrens Book Dog Fantasy Story
0153329815 / 9780153329814 HBJ 1983-01-01 Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1993 by HBJ with 143 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. A couple of pages are creased on the first address book. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. 
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Patas Na Europa & Patas 2 a Viagem Continua Antonio Costella Brazilian Dog Tavel Fiction, Antonio Costella
4 Antonio Costella Patas Na Europa & Patas 2 a Viagem Continua Antonio Costella Brazilian Dog Tavel Fiction
Campos do Jordao Editora Mantiqueira 1993 Paperback Used: Good Paperback 
This is a two volume set (book 1 and book 2) both are paperbacks. Book 1 was published in 1993 and book 2 was published in 1994 both by Editora Mantiqueira The text is unmarked. The bindings is sound. The covers are moderately worn around the edges. The covers are moderately rubbed with some surface scratching. Book 1 has a book store label attached to the front free endpaper. Book 2 is inscribed to Mr. F.P. Fretwell by the author. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down of each book. 
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Behind the Bathtub The Story of a French Dog Collette Audry German Shepherd Prix Medicis Prize 1st ED Feminist & Socialist Writer, Audry, Colette; Green, Peter (Translator)
5 Audry, Colette; Green, Peter (Translator) Behind the Bathtub The Story of a French Dog Collette Audry German Shepherd Prix Medicis Prize 1st ED Feminist & Socialist Writer
Little, Brown 1963-01-01 First Edition Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This FIRST ENGLISH EDITION hardcover book was published in 1963 by Little, Brown & Company with 313 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears. The top front inside flap of the dust jacket is clipped. The page edges are toned with moderately scattered foxing. A few pages are creased at the top corner. Behind the Bathtub, for many months a best seller in France, was awarded the Prix Media's.In these pages Colette Audry tells the strangely compelling story of the six years during which a dog played a major part in her own and her son's life. Douchka, a handsome Alsatian bitch of great vitality, had little in common with the traditional hero of animal literature. She loathed small children. She was a terrible barker. She created havoc in Mme. Audry's small Paris apartment.Because of Douchka I was obliged to perform innumerable tiresome chores, take countless tedious precautions. She was, slowly but surely, crushing my independence — and I, far from resisting, had begun to aid and abet the process. It was not so much Douchka I was turning my back on as myself. Because I loved her. To her I surrendered what no man had ever taken from me — my freedom of movement and decision.As the author of this memoir, no one could seem less likely than Mme. Audry, a lycee professor, novelist, politician, fighting feminist, divorcee and unsentimental intellectual. As she candidly describes the rewards and penalties of her extraordinary involvement with Douchka, she is gradually seeing her own life from a new vantage point. Behind the bathtub, where Douchka customarily retired when punished, is also where the stricken dog goes to die — after having changed the existence of her owner. This book is a sentimental journey into the past, to be sure, but it is a rigorously intellectual one. In the end, Colette Audry has written an amazingly subtle and perceptive examination of the devotion that can and often does exist between two living things belonging to essentially different worlds.People are willing to prepare a tragedy for themselves every ten or fifteen years, to grieve periodically over the death of an animal, as though it were not enough to know that their mothers were going to die.The translation, doing full justice to the author's beautifully articulated and nuanced prose, is by Peter Green, himself an eminent writer of both fiction and non-fiction, classicist, and outstanding British reviewer. 
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Squaw Dog Patricia Beatty Labrador Retriever La Push Dog Washington Fiction Olympic Peninsula, Beatty, Patricia
6 Beatty, Patricia Squaw Dog Patricia Beatty Labrador Retriever La Push Dog Washington Fiction Olympic Peninsula
William Morrow 1965 Hardcover Used: Good Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover Franz Altschuler 
This hardcover book was published in 1965 by William Morrow with . The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears and some creasing. The top corner of the front inside flap is clipped. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. Joe Pine, the toughest Indian in town, kicked the cringing Labrador. "No-good dog!" Joe shouted. "You coward, you squaw dog! You're no fighter.""He sure ain't," Joe's friends agreed. Having bet on the dogfight they were attempting to stage, the men were disgusted with the Labrador's obvious terror."Pa, if he's a squaw dog, can I have him?" Jimmy asked."Yeah, take him," Joe told his son. Thus began a fast friendship. Jimmy knew his father had stolen Kadedo from some tourists who were offering a ten-dollar reward for the dog's return, so he and Kadedo kept out of sight most of the time. Jimmy's two friends, the Coast Guard Captain's kids, helped them. But despite the efforts of all three children, Jimmy was eventually parted from his faithful dog. Then Kadedo's troubles began in earnest.Set during the Depression on the author's native Olympic Peninsula, the story is written with conviction and feeling. It is a hardhearted reader who will not be moved by Kadedo's trials and his final reunion with Jimmy Pine. 
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The Staffordshire Terror Terrier Patricia Beatty Dog Fighting California Canine Fiction, Beatty, Patricia
7 Beatty, Patricia The Staffordshire Terror Terrier Patricia Beatty Dog Fighting California Canine Fiction
0688222013 / 9780688222017 Morrow 1979-01-01 First Edition Hardcover Used: Good Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This FIRST EDITION hardcover book was published in 1979 by William Morrow and Company with 224 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is unclipped but moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears and some creasing. The top page edges are moderately foxed. There is a bookstore label attached to the front free endpaper. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. This gripping novel, set in present-day California, involves a girl's love for her pet and the netherworld of fighting dogs for sport.Cissie Rose finds the tiny puppy she names Spook on the highway. Unweaned, he needs Cissie's help to survive, and she loves him instantly. Until Cissie does a report on Spook for school, the Roses have no idea that he is a pure-bred Staffordshire terrier, a breed with a centuries-old fighting heritage. But Spook's potential for pit fighting is recognized immediately by Cissie's no-good Uncle Cletus, and when the dog disappears after Cletus quarrels with the family, there is little doubt as to who is responsible. Getting Spook back becomes Cissie's obsession, and by the time she succeeds both she and the Staffordshire have discovered the cruelties of dog fighting at first hand.Poignant and thought-provoking, this unusual story holds the reader riveted from its dramatic beginning all the way to its satisfying conclusion. It is another winner from a master storyteller. 
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The Vanishing Hounds Jack Bechdolt Decie Merwin Illustrated Canine Fiction Bloodhounds, Bechdolt, Jack
8 Bechdolt, Jack The Vanishing Hounds Jack Bechdolt Decie Merwin Illustrated Canine Fiction Bloodhounds
Oxford University Press 1941-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1941 by Oxford University Press with 160 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. Ex-library with many library stamps. The front inside flap of the dust jacket is pasted to the the front paste down. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. 
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Valor Hal Borland Dog & Nature Story Western Plains Wolf Dog, Borland, Hal
9 Borland, Hal Valor Hal Borland Dog & Nature Story Western Plains Wolf Dog
E M HALE & COMPANY 1934-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1934 by E M Hale & CO. with 173 pages. Ex-Library copy with call letters on the spine. Several Library stamps and a card pocket and check in sheet. The text is unmarked. The pages are toned. The pages are heavily foxed especially along the edges. The spine panel is suntanned. The corners are bumped and tips and edges are heavily rubbed around the edges. The binding is sound. The hardboards have a few soil spots. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. 
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The Snailman Weekly Reader Rollie Brenda Sivers Shirley Hughs Illustrated, Brenda Sivers; Shirley Hughes [Illustrator]
10 Brenda Sivers; Shirley Hughes [Illustrator] The Snailman Weekly Reader Rollie Brenda Sivers Shirley Hughs Illustrated
0316791180 / 9780316791182 Little Brown & Co (Juv) 1978-10-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1978 by Little Brown & Co with 95 pages. The text is unmarked. There are many children stamps on the back paste down. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. 
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Mr. Toast & the Secret of Gold Hill Inscribed 1st Edition George Porter Charcoal Illustrated Golden Retriever, Brent, Stuart
11 Brent, Stuart Mr. Toast & the Secret of Gold Hill Inscribed 1st Edition George Porter Charcoal Illustrated Golden Retriever
Lippincott 1970-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Signed
This signed hardcover book was published in 1965 by Phil Dorrance & Co. with 60 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is heavily worn around the edges with several closed tears, chips, scuffing and creasing. The bottom corner of the front inside flap is price clipped. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. 
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SIGNED Mr. Jolly's Hotel For Dogs Beth Brown 1st ED Raymond de Sanctis Illus, BROWN, BETH with illustrations by DE SANCTIS, RAYMOND
12 BROWN, BETH with illustrations by DE SANCTIS, RAYMOND SIGNED Mr. Jolly's Hotel For Dogs Beth Brown 1st ED Raymond de Sanctis Illus
Regent House 1947-01-01 Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover Standard Hardcover Signed
This Signed FIRST EDITION hardcover book was published in 1947 by the Regent House with 287 pages. Signed by the author on the front free endpaper. The text is unmarked. The binding is weakened as the hinges are weakening. No dust jacket. The cover is moderately rubbed with some surface scratching. The pages are toned. The pages are moderately foxed especially along the edges. Part of the bottom page edges and foredge near the corner are dampstained. The corners are bumped. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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I Had a Dog and a Cat Pictures Drawn by Josef & Karel Capek Translated by M. & R. Weatherall, Capek, Karel (1890-1938)
13 Capek, Karel (1890-1938) I Had a Dog and a Cat Pictures Drawn by Josef & Karel Capek Translated by M. & R. Weatherall
New York, The MacMillan Company 1941-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1941 by The MacMillan Company with 160 pages including illustrations and the frontispiece. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. No dust jacket. The page edges, pastedowns and endpapers are toned. The clothboards have some toning around the edges. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. Previous owners name present. MINDA, OR THE BREEDING OF DOGSIF a man takes to himself a dog he does so:1.Either for worldly ostentation.2.Or "to guard the house."3.Or so as not to feel so lonely.4.Or for canine pursuits.5.Or, finally, from his surplus energy, to bethe lord and master of his dog.As for me, I took to myself a dog chiefly because of my surplus energy; it seems as if I had a desire for some living creature in this world to obey me. In short, one morning a man rang my doorbell, dragging on a lead something with red shaggy hair, clearly determined never to enter my gate; after which the man said that that was the Airedale, and he carried in his arms that bristly, dirty object over the threshold and said: "Off you go, Minda!" (It is true that in the register of the breed that bitch possessed some more pure-blooded name, but for some unknown reason she was simply called Minda.) Just then four long legs were visible which with incredible speed clambered underneath the table, and down there underneath the table you could hear something cowering and trembling. "It's a fine breed, Lord, yes," said that man expertly, and made his exit with astonishing celerity leaving us two to our fate.I have never meditated before on how to get a dog from underneath a table. I suppose that it is usually done by sitting down on the floor and expostulating with the animal, using intellectual and emotional arguments to get it out. I tried it both with a generous and a commanding voice; I begged and bribed Minda with lumps of sugar, I had a go at making a little dog of myself to entice her out. When all attempts had failed, I threw myself under the table, and dragged her out by the legs into the light. It was a brutal and unexpected violence. Minda stood on her legs, humiliated and trembling like a virgin in disgrace, and she strained out of herself her first reproachful little pool.The very same evening Minda was already lying on my bed and squinting at me with her pleasant, friendly eyes: "Man, you can lie under the bed; You, I don't mind!"The next morning, of course, she fled through the window; fortunately the road-men caught her.So now I take her on the lead for the needs of Nature, and at the same time I experience the worldly ostentation which is associated with the ownership of a pure-blooded dog."Look," says a mother to her child, "this is a doggie!"I turn with a slightly offended air and say: "It's an Airedale."The people who get my goat most are those who say: "You have got a nice greyhound; but why is he so hairy?"She drags me wherever she cares to go: she has terrific strength, and most peculiar interests; she drags me over rubbish heaps and dumps in the suburbs. Good-natured retired gentlemen meet us struggling each at the opposite ends of the lead wound several times round our legs. "Why do you pull at the dog so hard?" they enquire censoriously."I'm only just exercising it," I say quickly as I am hauled away to another heap. 
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A Treasury of Dog Stories Husky Doberman Collie Airedale Terrier Dalmation Cocker Spaniel Wesley Dennis Illus, CAVANAH, Frances
14 CAVANAH, Frances A Treasury of Dog Stories Husky Doberman Collie Airedale Terrier Dalmation Cocker Spaniel Wesley Dennis Illus
Rand McNally 1950 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Wesley Dennis 
This hardcover book was published in 1950 by Rand McNally with 256 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. No dust jacket. The pages are toned. The pages are heavily foxed especially along the edges. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. The corners are bumped. The top rear edge of the cover has a 1/4 inch scuff. 
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Kata Son of Red Fang Patricia Cecil 1ST Edition German Shepherd Timber Wolf Canadian Fiction North Woods, Cecil, Patricia
15 Cecil, Patricia Kata Son of Red Fang Patricia Cecil 1ST Edition German Shepherd Timber Wolf Canadian Fiction North Woods
JOHN C WINSTON CO 1954-01-01 First Edition Hardcover Used: Good Used: Acceptable Hardcover Standard Hardcover Pitz, Henry 
This STATED FIRST EDITION hardcover book was published in 1954 by the JOHN C WINSTON COmpany with 189 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is unclipped but moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears, small chips and creasing. The pages are toned with moderately scattered foxing. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. Previous owners initial is on the top page edges. "Something moved in the thicket ..." Pushing the bushes aside, Jack gazed into the gleaming eyes of a young wolf dog caught in the jaws of a steel trap. His Indian friend, Black Grow, told him that the mother of the snarling animal was a pure-bred German Shepherd and the father, one of the largest Canadian timber wolves ever seen. Lonely for companionship, the teenager rescued the growling pup and carried him home to the family farm in the Canadian North woods.Jack soon found that Kata's ancestry and wild characteristics were not easily overcome. Despite long and patient hours spent trying to train the handsome, half-wild beast, the teenager could not be sure whether Kata would suddenly return to the freedom of the great woods.At first, Kata was puzzled by the intensity and kindness of his new master. But, with a growing sense of loyalty, he learned how to herd cattle and later proved himself a hero when he rescued a hired man and courageously saved the life of Jack's sister. Despite these feats, the wilderness had left its mark on the dog. Kata's first visit to civilization ended in his disgrace when the unaccustomed sounds of town life frightened him into attacking an innocent visitor.How the wolf dog finally won the respect of Jack's family and how he chose between Jack and the wild freedom of the trackless forests makes a close-to-the-heart climax well flavored with all the exciting ingredients of life in the Canadian North woods. THE AUTHORPatricia Cecil's background is a checkered one. She has been, at one time or another, a special feature writer, proofreader, American Kennel Club judge and photographer. She has traveled extensively through Canada, South and Central America, Europe and North Africa. By drawing freely on her store of experiences, she has infused her writing with elements of immediacy and believability.KATA, SON OF RED FANG, was written to entertain a young cousin recovering from influenza. That she found time to put this engrossing tale on paper speaks well for her powers of concentration. For she did it while looking after her family, swimming, sailing (she once owned and sailed a boat in the Caribbean), water skiing, breeding dogs and racing homing pigeons.THE ILLUSTRATORPhiladelphia-born, Henry C. Pitz attended the Quaker City's Museum School of Art before he was heralded as a full-fledged artist and instructor. Noted as the illustrator of more children's books than any other contemporary artist, he has combined his two desires, "to make pictures, teach and do research in history." Although his interest lies primarily in illustration, he has won numerous prizes for his paintings and prints. Mr. Pitz's dra-matic and animated black-and-white drawings for KATA are skilfully hewed to the tension of the narrative. 
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The Odd Ones Christine 1st ED Chaundler Harry Rountree Illus Border Terrier Dog?, Christine Chaundler
16 Christine Chaundler The Odd Ones Christine 1st ED Chaundler Harry Rountree Illus Border Terrier Dog?
Country Life Limited 1944-01-01 First Edition Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover 
This FIRST EDITION hardcover book was published in 1944 by Country Life Limited with 115 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound though the hinges are weakened. No dust jacket. The pages are toned. The pages are moderately foxed especially along the edges. The edges of the covers have some cloth erosion. The corners are bumped and the tips are rubbed through. The spine panel is sunned. The rear cover is dampstained. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. Previous owners name present. The cover is heavily soiled with a few small dampstains. 
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Valiant Dogs - Great Dog Stories of our Day Fraces Clarke Dog Canine Fiction and Literature, CLARKE, FRANCES E (compiler)
17 CLARKE, FRANCES E (compiler) Valiant Dogs - Great Dog Stories of our Day Fraces Clarke Dog Canine Fiction and Literature
The Macmillan Co. 1946-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1946 by The MacMillan Company with 330 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The pages are toned. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears. The bottom of the inside front corner of the dust jacket is clipped. 
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A Dog's Life A Canine Anthology Wodehouse Nash Thurber Will Rogers 1st Us Edition, Cole, William
18 Cole, William A Dog's Life A Canine Anthology Wodehouse Nash Thurber Will Rogers 1st Us Edition
046004298X / 9780460042987 Everyman Ltd 1976-05-20 Paperback Used: Good Paperback 
This hardcover book was published in 1976 by Everyman Ltd with 127 pages. Ex-Library copy with call letters on the spine. Several Library stamps and a card pocket and check in sheet. The text is unmarked. The pages are toned. The pages are heavily foxed especially along the edges. The spine panel is suntanned. The corners are bumped. The binding is sound. The hardboards have a few soil spots. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. 
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The Hound from the North Ridgwell Cullum Dog Fiction  Alaska Eskimo, Cullum, Ridgwell
19 Cullum, Ridgwell The Hound from the North Ridgwell Cullum Dog Fiction Alaska Eskimo
A.L. Burt 1904-01-01 Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover 
The frontispiece is lacking. This hardcover book was published by A.L. Burt with 346 pages. The text is unmarked. Copyright page states 1904 but is a later printing. The binding is weak as the hinges are cracked. No dust jacket. The pages are heavily toned. The corners are bumped and the tips are rubbed through. The top and the bottom of the spine panel has several scuffs and closed tears. About sixty pages are creased along the edges. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. The text of the last paragraph and a few other words on the page of page six is obscured and scuffed making it mostly unreadable. 
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Joe's World Golden Retriever  Muriel Dobbin and Jean Rather Illustrator 1st Edition, Dobbin, Muriel
20 Dobbin, Muriel Joe's World Golden Retriever Muriel Dobbin and Jean Rather Illustrator 1st Edition
0689114265 / 9780689114267 Atheneum 1983-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This first edition hardcover book was published in 1983 by Atheneum with 140 pages. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. 
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