russian | english | deutsch   Rambler's Top100
Dogue de Bordeaux  
owner: Irina Ketova, information request  
dogue de bordeaux
chinese crested dog


    Rambler's Top100

         Site topics:

dogue de bordeaux,
chinese crested dog,
french mastiff


The Atlas of Dog Breeds of the World
Bonnie Wilcox, Chris Walkowicz
This hefty volume was originally published in 1989. This book is a general reference more for the identification and a brief history of each breed. IT is NOT an in depth review of each breed mentioned. However, keeping that in mind, it is an excellent book for dog lovers who are interested in identification and to learn a little about each breed.

The Atlas of Dog Breeds of the World
Encyclopedia of the Dog
Bruce Fogle
The cover claims that this is "the most comprehensive illustrated guide to the canine world, featuring more than 400 breeds and varieties." Introductory chapters cover dog history, their relationships with humans, physiology, socialization, and care. By far the longest and most valuable part of the book is the section on dog breeds, which is more than 200 pages and describes more than 400 types (not necessarily AKC-recognized). Breeds are organized in an international standard classification...

Encyclopedia of the Dog
Handbook of Applied Dog Behavior and Training (1)
Steven R. Lindsay, Victoria Lea Voith
This book approaches canine behavioral problems as a risk to the animal, increasing its likelihood of abuse and euthanasia. Lindsay, a dog trainer and behavior consultant, explains ways to understand how behavior is biologically organized and influenced by experience. He provides a basic introduction to the applied and scientific literature regarding treatment and training programs, and covers such methods as classical conditioning, instrumental learning, and aversive control of behavior. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Handbook of Applied Dog Behavior and Training
Handbook of Applied Dog Behavior and Training (2)
Steven R. Lindsay
Handbook complete in two volumes. Volume two covers history of applied dog behavior and training; behavioral assessment; fears and phobias; attachment, separation, and related disorders; excessive behavior; aggressive behavior; intraspecific and territorial aggression; social competition; appetite and elimination problems, and cynopraxis.

Handbook of Applied Dog Behavior and Training
The Dog: Its Behavior, Nutrition, and Health
Linda P. Case, Kerry Helms
Developed from Case's undergraduate course on companion animal management (U. of Illinois-Urbana), a thorough but not medical guide to the relationship between dogs and humans and canine behavior, health and disease, and nutrition. Useful for professional breeders, trainers, exhibitors, and veterinary practitioners; also a handy reference for people who own or are thinking of owning a dog. Includes a glossary without pronunciation. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

The Dog: Its Behavior, Nutrition, and Health

        © Copyright 2002-2006, | information request Design based on collars from Bentaiga