Dogs and All About Them
by Robert Leighton
Publisher: Cassell and company, ltd 1910
Number of pages: 364
The book contains a general history of dogs and practical information on breeding, management, some common ailments of the dogs and their treatment. The emphasis of the book however is on breeds of dogs and their history. Over 50 different breeds are described in this book.
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