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by Oliver Hartley
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The title of this book quotes its object. To tell something of night hunting, and especially to suggest how the ever necessary dog can best be selected, trained, maintained and utilized, is the consideration of first importance.

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by Andy Guides
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Adding a new puppy or dog to your family can be a wonderful experience and the beginning a long relationship filled with love and companionship. So why not stop behavioural problems in their tracks?

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by P.R. Kincaid
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Back in the day before automobiles, a good horse trainer and veterinarian was the equivalent of "Mr Goodwrench". A badly behaving or unhealthy equine was equivalent to breaking down on the highway or running out of gas on a lonely stretch of highway somewhere in Utah.

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by Phillip M. Rule
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The origin of the domestic cat (Felis domestica) is a subject about which there has been much conjecture and scientific discussion, but without any positive issue.

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by W. Gordon Stables
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How true is the old saw: "Dogs have families, but cats have staff"? Cats have been favorite domestic pets for thousands of years.

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by Thomas Mann
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Simple and unpretentious as a statement by Francis d’Assisi, yet full of a gentle modern sophistication and humour, this little work will bring delight and refreshment to all who seek flight from the heavy-laden hour.

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by Charles Henry Ross
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One day, ever so long ago, it struck me that I should like to try and write a book about Cats. I mentioned the idea to some of my friends: the first burst out laughing at the end of my opening sentence, so I refrained from entering into further details. The second said there were a hundred books about Cats already.

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by Edward Jesse
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It is a pleasing task, arising from the conviction that the more the character of the dog is known, the better his treatment is likely to be, and the stronger the sympathy excited in his behalf.

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by Robert Leighton
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This comprehensive guide on dog-rearing looks at dogs as more than just pets - as people's best friends.

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by Harrison Weir
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The Englishman Harrison Weir organized the first cat show in England in 1871.

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