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As a small animal veterinarian, author Ross D. Clark, DVM has always been intrigued by the way dogs and cats have been bred to fill a purpose in life and further impressed that they also tend to love performing that service. To help other breeders, veterinarians and dog and cat owners become familiar with specific dog and cat breeds; he releases the following books that discuss a certain breed:

 

 

Medical, Genetic & Behavioral Risk Factors of Dogs and Cats

 

Non-Sporting Breeds

Bichon Frise’ goes into estrus first at 8 to 9 months and normally follows a six-month cycle. Estrus cycles tend to be irregular in some families…

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Herding Breeds

The Australian Shepherd has an uncertain origin. The most widely accepted theory places the origin of the breed in the Spanish Pyrenees…

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Sporting Breeds

In the year 1807, an English brig was wrecked off the coast of Maryland, and the crew and cargo were rescued by the American ship Canton…

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Hound Breeds

You will find extensive references for each problem described. The book also provide the breed club address for this breed…

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Working Breeds

The Alaskan Malamute is the native Alaskan Arctic breed, cousin to the Samoyed of Russia, the Siberian Husky and the Eskimo dogs of Greenland and Labrador…

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Terrier Breeds

Onset of estrus may be as late as 13 to 15 months in the Airedale bitch. When estrus cycles begin, they are usually regular, occurring every six months…

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Toy Breeds

The diminutive Chihuahua, a native of the Americas, was described by Christopher Columbus. Its ancestor may be the Techichi, the companion of the ancient Toltec Indians…

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Top 13 Cat Breeds

Scottish Folds are among the breeds at increased risk for Neonatal Erythrolysis. 5, 6, 9 Neonatal erythrolysis occurs in kittens with type A or AB blood born to queens with type B blood…

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A Quick Reference Guide (Dog&Cat)

The purpose of this book is to serve as an easily accessed source of information on medical, genetic and behavioral conditions recognized in over 180 breeds of dogs…

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Purebred Cats

Provides you with the thorough descriptions and positive attributes of various cat breeds, including origin, purpose, history, normal heights and weights, acceptable colors, and behavioral traits…

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Purebred Dogs

The evolutionary history of the Bulldog has been lost. Long ago the breed became a pet and its original function as a bull-baiter was ended. It is believed to have originated in England. Bull refers to the practice…

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Purebred Dogs: Vol 1


Deerhound bitches begin estrus at twelve to fourteen months of age or later. Then estrus occurs at eight- to ten-month intervals. It can occur every six months. Ovulation usually occurs around the thirteenth…

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Purebred Dogs Working and Terrier Breeds: Vol 2


The Boerboel (Bore Bull) or South African Boerboel has a history as old as the colonization of South Africa itself. In 1652, Jan van Riebeeck settled in South Africa…

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Purebred Dogs Working and Terrier Breeds: Vol 3


The Manchester Terrier was developed when John Hulme crossed a rat-killing terrier with a Whippet to produce a dog that was good in coursing and ratting….

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