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by Richard T. Burrows

  • Author: Richard T. Burrows
  • ISBN: 0793818524
  • ISBN13: 978-0793818525
  • ePub: 1279 kb | FB2: 1741 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Pets & Animal Care
  • Publisher: Tfh Pubns Inc (March 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 64
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 706
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The Guide to Owning Labrador Retriever ePub download

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Great first book for anyone who is interested in owning a Lab. Simple yet detailed. Illustrations are great. Gives the basics on most aspects of owning a Lab. Great compliment to Water Dog. Enjoyed the book immensely. Helpfull information, wide coverage, excelent ilustrations. com User, December 30, 1998. This is the first book I read on this breed, it is has lots of helpfull information, covering various aspects of the dog, including puppy care, training, health, breed standard, and more. I found it very interesting to read plus it has got very good ilustrations, prime photographs let you see how the dog looks in different situations. IT Was friggin awweessommmeeee. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago.

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The Labrador Retriever, or just Labrador, is a medium-large breed of retriever-gun dog. The Labrador is the most popular breed of dog in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States

The Labrador Retriever, or just Labrador, is a medium-large breed of retriever-gun dog. The Labrador is the most popular breed of dog in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. A favourite disability assistance breed in many countries, Labradors are frequently trained to aid those with blindness or autism, act as a therapy dog, or perform screening and detection work for law enforcement and other official agencies.

The Labrador Retriever (or Lab and Labrador for short) is a breed of do. Burrows, Richard T. (1997). The Guide to Owning a Labrador Retriever". Download as PDF. Page for printing.

The Labrador Retriever (or Lab and Labrador for short) is a breed of dog. It is a kind of gun dog. Labrador Retrievers are very gentle dogs with family-friendly personalities. They are the most popular breed of dogs for pets in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. They enjoy attention and exercise with their owner. Retrieved 2007-09-13. "The Buccleuch Labrador".

Burrows, Richard T. The Guide to Owning a Labrador Retriever. "The Ultimate Labrador Retriever". Retrieved September 28, 2007. Retrieved September 13, 2007. a b "Labrador Retriever History". com Guide to Nova Scotia Kennels. Retrieved December 9, 2007. Jukes, Joseph Beete.

Labrador Retrievers were recognized in England as a Kennel Club breed in 1903 and first registered by the AKC in the . The Territory of Labrador is just Northwest of Newfoundland geographically.

Labrador Retrievers were recognized in England as a Kennel Club breed in 1903 and first registered by the AKC in the United States of America in 1917. Richard Wolters in his book the "Labrador Retriever" writes that the 19th century Brits lumped that area together as the same land mass, so it could have referred to dogs from that area. Newfoundland was settled by English fisherman as early as the 1500's and the St. John's dogs seemed to develop along with the fishing occupation.

Your guide to Labrador Retrievers. The Labrador Retriever is America’s most popular dog breed, according to the American Kennel Club (AKC). Commonly referred to as Labs, this breed is from Newfoundland, Animal Planet reported. These loyal and friendly pups are classified by the AKC as one of the best dog breeds for children.

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Ironfire
Very helpful.
Tygralbine
I ordered this book but Amazon shipped me a different one. Customer Service will not return my emails to get it fixed.
Arakus
As a person who has had the distinct pleasure of sharing my house and my life with as many as six Labrador retrievers at a time over the last 20 years (I now have five), I am acutely aware of the wonder and awe associated with getting such a wonderful companion can be. yet, sadly, I am also aware of the profound ignorance many would-be labrador-people are regarding how to select, introduce, and socialize this new member of the family. In that sense, this book , along with a number of others such as Richard Wolper's "Family Dog", can provide the wary would-be initate with all of the essentails on how to successfully transform that cute little puppy into a happy, obedient, and well-integrated member of the household.

This book does offer one the expert advice one needs regarding the care and nurture of what has now become the single most popular breed in the United States, with information ranging from an impromptu history of Labrador Retrievers to such topics such as adoption options. The book also features a wealth of facts and details regarding Labrador Retrievers. It provides essential and vital information regarding nutrition, socialization, and exercise, and offers some sage advice about how to find and select a reputable breeder. In addition, it also touches on aspects of ownerships such as common illnesses and chronic problems associated with the breed. This is a book I can heartily recommend!
Ttyr
I thought I'd say that as the owner of a sixteen-month-old female black lab I learned a lot of useful information from this book. It doesn't waste time, and always comes straight to the point: something I tried to do with this review.
Kale
I have to say that I was very disappointed with this book. I was hoping for more information to be contained within the book but this is more like a book that you would give an elementary school child. The book gives only superficial information about the breed. I think that people can find more information on most online sites,i.e. Wikidpedia, etc.
Peles
This book provides the basics on Labrador Retrievers. If you are new to the breed this is a very helpful book. It does provide enough information to get you started with a new puppy and a new breed. If you are looking for very detailed instructions on training and retrieving this book really doesn't go into enough detail.
Tisicai
I think this book is very nice. It's teaches you about puppy care, show the first time hunters how to hunt with their dogs. It also teaches you about showing your dog in the show ring at dog shows and taking care of your Labradors health and etc.
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