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Breeding & Whelping

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Breeding & Whelping

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How to Raise and Train a Kuvasz Dana Alvi Care Breeding Great Vintage Photos, Alvi, Dana I
1 Alvi, Dana I How to Raise and Train a Kuvasz Dana Alvi Care Breeding Great Vintage Photos
T.F.H. Pub 1969-01-01 Paperback Used: Good Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 1969 by T.F.H. Pub with 64 pages. The text is unmarked. The page edges are lightly toned. The binding is sound. The cover is moderately worn around the edges. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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1924 KENNEL SECRETS Dr Joseph Perry HOW TO BREED, EXHIBIT AND MANAGE, Ashmont; Dr. Joseph Franklyn Perry
2 Ashmont; Dr. Joseph Franklyn Perry 1924 KENNEL SECRETS Dr Joseph Perry HOW TO BREED, EXHIBIT AND MANAGE
Little Brown & Co. 1930-01-01 Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1924 by Little, Brown and Company with 430 pages including 80 photographic plates feature champion dog from various breeds. The text is unmarked. The binding is loose as both the front and rear hinges are weakened. No dust jacket. The pages are toned. The corners and a couple places along the edge are bumped. The hardboard covers have several spots that evidence dampstaining has occurred. Slight musty odor present. The spine panel is sunned with some fraying and small closed tears along the top and bottom edges. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. NOTE:THE design of this work and the results attained are so evident a formal introduction is unnecessary.Possibly the elementary character of many of the precepts given will occasion surprise, yet all must agree that it is over trifles that they are likely to stumble, especially where health is involved.Not a few popular beliefs have been antagonized, but seldom other than those which owe their force to antiquity and repetition.Mystical speculations and ungrounded theories, calculated to invite confusion, have been excluded in so far as possible; and the measures advocated are such only as rest on bases proved sound by observation and experience.Every important subject that has engaged attention has been fully discussed, generalities being held practically valueless and misleading. The simplest language has also been chosen and needless technical expressions excluded, to favor ready understanding in the least experienced.Nature's apparent methods, effects and requirements have been dwelt upon at considerable length with a purpose of protecting the kennel from drugging, as far as may be, and displacing the common tendency to it by reliance on hygienic and dietetic agencies.It is a pleasing duty of the author thus publicly to acknowledge his deep obligation to his highly esteemedfriend Mr. Chas. H. Mason, for great kindness, sterling criticisms, many valuable suggestions and constant assistance in the revision of the manuscript, in which has been incorporated much that was drawn from his vast fund of experience.The generosity of fanciers in providing materials for illustrations is also warmly acknowledged, and it is much regretted that all photographs furnished could not have been reproduced to appear herein. But the intent being educational purely, manifestly only the best available specimens of the various breeds should be represented.Notwithstanding his obvious reluctance to observe the time-honored custom and indulge in a preliminary discussion of his work, and his very decided preference to leave the reader to fashion his own conclusions as to its merits, the author is impelled to emphasize the exceeding value of these illustrations of dogs, being as they are perfectly true to life and of subjects which, with only an occasional exception, have reached the front ranks, while no small proportion are the nearest approaches to perfection that the world has ever known. Consequently these faithful portraits must alone contribute much towards advance¬ment to higher standards. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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Austalian & New Zealand Greyhound Stud Book Vol 27 1978, Editor-Neville R. Nash, Stephen C. Nash, Jean Munroe Noel J. Banks
3 Editor-Neville R. Nash, Stephen C. Nash, Jean Munroe Noel J. Banks Austalian & New Zealand Greyhound Stud Book Vol 27 1978
The Australian and New Zealand Greyhound Association 1978 First Edition Hardcover Used Good Dust Jacket: None Hardcover 
This first edition hardcover book was published in 1978 by the Australian and New Zealand Greyhound Association. The Australian and New Zealand Greyhound Stud Book contains the names, sex, colour, whelping date and breeding of greyhounds registered between 1st January 1978 and 31st December 1978. Full particulars of litters whelped between 1st July 1977 and 30th June 1978 and eligible to run as puppies during 1979. Results of major classic events during 1978, also other items of general interest. 
Price: 23.00 USD
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The Beginner's Doberman Pinscher Dog Care Feeding Breeding Problems, Felton, Fleischaker, Martin, and Veerkamp
4 Felton, Fleischaker, Martin, and Veerkamp The Beginner's Doberman Pinscher Dog Care Feeding Breeding Problems
COPE Rescue Comm. Doberman P. Club of America 1980-01-01 Paperback Used: Good Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 1980 by COPE Rescue Comm. Doberman P. Club of America with 44 pages. The text is unmarked. The pages are toned. The binding is sound. The cover is moderately worn around the edges. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Breeding, Whelping and Natal Care of Dogs Louis Vine Selection Weaning Etc., Louis L. Vine
5 Louis L. Vine Breeding, Whelping and Natal Care of Dogs Louis Vine Selection Weaning Etc.
0668041609 / 9780668041607 ARCO 1978-04 Paperback Used: Good Paperback Trade Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 1977 by Arco Publishing Company with 144 pages. The text is unmarked on lightly toned pages. The binding is sound and the covers show a moderate amount of rubbing. Previous owner's bookplate is inside the front cover. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. The breeding of dogs is an art and a gamble, and Dr. Vine, one of this country's foremost veterinary authorities, explains how the breeder can become intrigued by the challenge of producing the best possible representatives of a breed. It is important for the breeder to have a thorough understanding of dominant, recessive, and mixed characteristics, since his goal is to transmit the best qualities of each dog to the subsequent litter. In this highly informative book, he covers the qualities to look for in sire and dam, sexual maturity in dogs, breeding and prenatal care, whelping, and postnatal care of the bitch and puppies. It is a must for every dog owner who has considered breeding his or her own dogs. 
Price: 13.00 USD
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Practical Kennel Guide w/ Instructions How to Rear & Breed Dogs Gordon Stables, Stables, Gordon
6 Stables, Gordon Practical Kennel Guide w/ Instructions How to Rear & Breed Dogs Gordon Stables
Cassell Petter & Galpin 1877-01-01 Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published around 1877 (no actual date is given) by Cassell Petter & Galpin with 207 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is loose as it is cracked at the front hinge, dedication page, and rear hinge (page 203). Page 13/14 is deatched from the binding. The pages are toned wit scattered foxing. The cover is heavily rubbed along the edges. The spine panel is chipped with several closed tears along the top and bottom edges. The corners are bumped and the tips rubbed through. The covers and bottom page edges near the spine are dampstained. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. Previous owners name present. SMALL though this volume be, I feel assured that it will be found to contain a vast deal of information useful to the would-be caniologist, and to all lovers of the dog—that truest and most faithful of all domestic animals......Much of the information published in these pages is of a nature quite unique, and has never before been given to the public. I myself, have had an experience of twenty years in connection with every description of dogs, and, I believe, know exactly the kind of knowledge needed by any one who has newly taken to the fancy ; and it is precisely this information that I have endeavoured to embody in the present work......In Chapter II.—at the end—I have given a short description of the bones of the canine skeleton, which, concise though it be, I hope will be found of some utility......In Chapter III. the words and phrases generally used in reports of dog shows, and which are usually quite unintelligible to the young fancier, are alpha¬betically arranged and briefly described.In Chapter IV., having possessed himself of some slight knowledge of the internal osseous structure of the dog, the reader will be in a position to study externals; consequently he and I take a stroll through a dog-show together, and see what we do see......In Chapters V. to IX. inclusive, the points of the various breeds are given......In order to make assurance doubly sure, and render these chapters more than usually correct and orthodox, and fit to be used as the highest authority on points of dogs, as understood at the present day, the proof sheets were submitted for correction and revision to five of the best judges living—namely, S. E. Shirley, Esq., M.P., Ettington Park, Stratford-on-Avon; W. Lort, Esq., Yockleton Hall, near Shrewsbury; the Rev. J. C. Macdona, Cheadle Rectory, Cheshire ; the Rev. G. F. Lovell, of Oxford; and Edward Sandell, Esq., of London. I have here to heartily thank these gentlemen for the kindly way in which they acceded to my request, and did all in their power to assist me to render my chapters on points the most trustworthy that could be written......I have also sincerely to thank Mr. Whitehouse, of Ipsley Court, for his kindness in sending me additional information on Pointers......The chapters on purchasing dogs, on the management of the stud dog, on the management of show dogs, and on "faking," will, I hope, be found very useful, as well as that on breeding dogs for pleasure or profit. The characters of the different breeds, as well as their different uses, aregiven in the sixteenth chapter. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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Successful Kennel Management;: How to Make Money Breeding and Boarding Dogs Inscribed by Mark Taynton, Taynton, Mark
7 Taynton, Mark Successful Kennel Management;: How to Make Money Breeding and Boarding Dogs Inscribed by Mark Taynton
McGraw-Hill 1951-01-01 Unknown Binding Used: Good Unknown Binding Signed
This hardcover book was published in 1957 by McGraw-Hill Publishers with 225 pages. Inscribed by the author. 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. Top corner of the front inside flap of the dust jacket is clipped. The foredge has several small spots. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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