I liked this book because it is sound, sane, practical and amazingly complete. The author knows dogs, in the kennel as well...

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DOG OWNER'S HANDBOOK

I liked this book because it is sound, sane, practical and amazingly complete. The author knows dogs, in the kennel as well as the ring, and his book brings up and answers in the clearest and most concise manner so many of the problems that arise in the actual raising of puppies and dogs which are not even mentioned in many of the best books. From descriptions of the various groups into which Dogdom is divided, Mr. Bowers continues to the care and training of the pet that has been chosen. For your customers who have dogs, especially for those who show as they will know the author as both a breeder and judge.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1936