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The Big Book of Dogs includes everything to need to know about dogs including information on over 100 different breeds from Afghan to Yorkshire Terrier. Sections on puppy care and training as well as tips on choosing a dog.

Sections Include:

The Evolution of Dogs
Dog Breeds and Nicknames
Dog Facts
Famous Dogs
Presidents & Their Dogs
Puppy Training
Puppy Care
Choosing a Dog

Working Dogs
Herding Dogs
Terrier Dogs
Toy Dogs
Hound Dogs
Scenthounds
Sighthounds
Hunting Dogs
Bay Dogs

Dogs by Breed

Published: Melissa Russell on
ISBN: 9781466084124
List price: $3.19
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