|SIZE:||235 x 165 mm|
|INSIDE:||70 black & white photographs, 27 line drawings|
This comprehensive study of the Golden Retriever, traces the history and development of the breed at home and abroad.'. Chapters on selecting a puppy, training for companionship, show and obedience, exhibiting, breeding and health-care are basic enough to appeal to the pet owner and sufficiently detailed to interest the experienced breeder and exhibitor. The book is a definitive study of the care, raising and training of the Golden Retriever, enhanced by numerous photographs of dogs which have distinguished themselves in the show ring, in the field or in obedience.
Golden Retrievers - A Practical Guide for Owners and Breeders
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