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“The Spirit of the Dog: An Illustrated History”
Date Posted: Monday, December 10, 2012
“The Spirit of the Dog: An Illustrated History”
Manufacturer: Barron's Educational Series

Product Description: Barron's Educational Series offers “The Spirit of the Dog: An Illustrated History,” by Tamsin Pickeral with photography by Astrid Harrisson. The beautifully produced and lavishly illustrated book explores the enduring bond that has existed between human beings and dogs for thousands of years, and it's a relationship marked by many momentous events—dogs following or leading men into battle; dogs rescuing people from scenes of disaster; dogs seated on the laps of emperors; dogs working in the fields with farmers and shepherds; and dogs as loyal family companions in households all over the world, according to the publisher. The volume also presents superb illustrated descriptions of virtually all major breeds arranged in categories that include: mastiff breeds, guard dogs, herding dogs, gun dog breeds, terrier breeds, and toy dog and companion breeds, the publisher adds.

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