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ISBN:0470009217
Author: Liz Palika
ISBN13: 978-0470009215
Title: The Howell Book of Dogs: The Definitive Reference to 300 Breeds and Varieties
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Language: English
Category: Pets and Animal Care
Publisher: Howell Book House; 1 edition (August 1, 2007)
Pages: 403

The Howell Book of Dogs: The Definitive Reference to 300 Breeds and Varieties by Liz Palika



The Definitive Reference to 300 Breeds and Varieties. Approximately 300 breeds and varieties are covered, encompassing AKC breeds, UKC breeds, and many rare breeds, such as the Eurasier, Jagd Terrier, Mi Ki, and Thai Ridgeback. One or more color photos of each breed will supplement text that describes the breed’s origins, physical characteristics, and personality traits. In addition, the book includes an informative section about dog care and training, making it the only reference book dog owners will ever need.

Download PDF book format. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. The Howell book of dogs : the definitive reference to 300 breeds and varieties Liz Palika. Book's title: The Howell book of dogs : the definitive reference to 300 breeds and varieties Liz Palika. Library of Congress Control Number: 2007008051. Library of Congress Call Number: SF426. Dewey Decimal Classification Number: 63. 22. Personal Name: Palika, Liz, 1954-. Publication, Distribution, et. Hoboken, .

General Note: "A Howell dog book of distinction" P. of cover. General Note: Includes index. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Rubrics: Dogs Dog breeds. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The Howell book of dogs : the definitive reference to 300 breeds and varieties, Liz Palika.

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The Howell Book of Dogs is a hardcover, four-color book that will serve as a timeless and authoritative reference for dog owners and those who are considering getting a dog. Approximately 300 breeds and varieties are covered, encompassing AKC breeds, UKC breeds, and many rare breeds, such as the Eurasier, Jagd Terrier, Mi Ki, and Thai Ridgeback. One or more color photos of each breed will supplement text that describes the breed’s origins, physical characteristics, and personality traits. In addition, the book includes an informative section about dog care and training, making it the only reference book dog owners will ever need.
Reviews: 7
Xtreem
Good information on the dogs listed but doesn't have all of the various breeds
Roru
this book has a lot of great information on dogs I didn't know previously and I appreciate & respect the authors knowledge and information very much. 5 stars. Recommended!
Gholbithris
Very very good
Daiktilar
This is a well put together book, which includes a large number of breeds. More importantly the description of the breeds is realistic, not just the generic dribble often found in all breed books. The author has done a very good job. I recommend this book to anyone, wanting to know more about a breed of dog.
Saithi
The perfect reference book for breed types and the perfect book for anyone thinking of having a pooch join their family!
Deeroman
After taking a look at it- especially the breeds list- this is definately NOT a 'definitive' dog book. It doesn't even include Hellenic Hounds, Kintanami Dogs, Kooikerhondjies, Shikokus etc. It doesn't seem worth it to waste your money on such a lousy book. These are some suggestions that seem like they'd be excellent, although they are more expensive:

-Atlas to Dog Breeds of the World, by Dominique de Vito
-The New Encyclopedia of the Dog, by Bruce Fogle

The latter is less complete than the former, but still seems like a good reference. The first one is the complete non-illustrated dog book I have ever found. By my observations, and comparings with the two suggestions, this book deserves a one star rating.

Dog Breed Kid
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I really enjoy this book. Out of the five dog breed books I own, it is one of my favorites. This is so for a number of reasons. First of all, the book has a very nice selection of dogs. Not many breed books hold information about over 300 dogs and do it well to boot. Yes, there is typically only one (at most two) pages of info, but, as far as I have researched, the information is correct and fair. The pictures are nice (I have to be honest in saying they could have been a little better, but they are not bad at all) and the book is well written. Palika covers a lot of topics before getting into the dog breeds; such as care of dogs, and how to be realistic in your choice of pet. She also covers sensitive material like laws that ban (unfairly) certain breeds from certain cities or even countries. She goes into why these laws happen and, more importantly, why they are wrong. I will say that she did not cover a particular dog that I was looking for (the Skye Terrier) but, since she covers so many others and does it well, I gave her five stars anyway. If you love dogs, and love to read about them, this book will delight you.
I really like this book. But wish they would talk more about the health issues in each breed. German shepherd's have a lot of health concerns and the book listed none.