SPORTING STABLES AND KENNELS by Gambrill & Mackenzie

SPORTING STABLES AND KENNELS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a book which is like a good surgeon -- when a man wants it, he wants it badly. And you will be surprised to find out how many men and women will want it. Every stable and kennel owner can increase the welfare of his animals, reduce the cost of operation and generally profit by studying this book. It goes without saying that anyone who intends to build a new kennel or stable, or remodel existing structures just has to have this book. No architect can afford to draw plans without it. An experienced horseman and master of hounds, and a successful architect make the ideal combination to write such a book. It is absolutely authoritative and practical, and instead of being deadly dry, is full of imagination and humor. It contains 152 illustrations and is printed in the usual ""Derrydale"" manner. Color plate frontispiece.

Pub Date: Dec. 1st, 1935
Publisher: Derrydale