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by J.C. Barnes

Download Living with a Sporting Spaniel (Living with a Pet Series) ePub
  • ISBN 0764158597
  • ISBN13 978-0764158599
  • Language English
  • Author J.C. Barnes
  • Publisher B.E.S. Publishing (January 1, 2006)
  • Pages 128
  • Formats mobi lrf mbr doc
  • Category Hobby
  • Subcategory Pets and Animal Care
  • Size ePub 1692 kb
  • Size Fb2 1485 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 109

Books in the handsome, photo-filled Living With a Pet series are written especially for prospective owners who seek specific information about the needs and traits of the breed they plan to acquire. This book gives dog lovers a detailed understanding of the sporting spaniel's daily needs, physical traits, temperament, and special abilities. The sporting spaniel family encompasses several different spaniel breeds, including the English Springer Spaniel, the Field Spaniel, the American Cocker Spaniel and several others. All are discussed and shown in attractive color photos, featured on every two-page spread. Now Comes with Bonus DVD at No Added Cost! The brand-new hour-long dog training instruction program is specially designed to help dog owners who have little or no experience in obedience training.

Living With A Sporting Spaniel book.

Living With A Sporting Spaniel book. The sporting spaniel family enc Books in the handsome, photo-filled Living With a Pet series are written especially for prospective owners who seek specific information about the needs and traits of the breed they plan to acquire. This book gives dog lovers a detailed understanding of the sporting spaniel's daily needs, physical traits, temperament, and special abilities.

Illustrated throughout with stunning photography, "Living With A Sporting Spaniel "is the perfect book for every .

Illustrated throughout with stunning photography, "Living With A Sporting Spaniel "is the perfect book for every spaniel enthusiast. flap copy) Merry, tail-wagging, and full of fun, spaniels are among the most affectionate and companionable of all dogs. Members of the Sporting Group, Spaniels are divided into nine different breeds, each with its own distinctive appearance, personality, and specific working attributes.

In Living With A Sporting Spaniel, the historical background of each spaniel breed is examined. Readers will find advice on picking a puppy, feeding it, and maintaining preventive health care. A chapter devoted to each breed traces its development, its recognition, and its present-day status. An outline of individual breed standards includes details on what each breed should look like. Perhaps most important to prospective owners, this book gives an in-depth analysis of the character and behavior traits of each spaniel type, focusing on preferred lifestyles, trainability, and working ability.

Living With A Pet. January 11 ·. Tuddy is a very happy dog. He is so so sweet and he loves everyone and everything!! He is good with obedience training. Buddy Loves walks and meeting new dogs and people, as much as he loves us all he isn't a cuddler to be honest, But we love him other wise. He is a much loved dog from me to his walker to his girlfriend Lucy, he is always a energetic dog except on a morning he is as lazy as a sloth; he gets that from his dad. He is also a handsome pup with or without his big curly fur. Enjoy him as much as we do :) See All.

The English Springer Spaniel is a breed of gun dog in the Spaniel family traditionally used for flushing and retrieving game. It is an affectionate, excitable breed with a typical lifespan of twelve to fourteen years

The English Springer Spaniel is a breed of gun dog in the Spaniel family traditionally used for flushing and retrieving game. It is an affectionate, excitable breed with a typical lifespan of twelve to fourteen years. They are very similar to the Welsh Springer Spaniel and are descended from the Norfolk or Shropshire Spaniels of the mid-19th century; the breed has diverged into separate show and working lines. The breed suffers from average health complaints

Living With: The English springer spaniel can gain weight fairly easily, so too many treats can lead to obesity. Grooming can be a bit of a chore with an English springer spaniel, though they require less work than their smaller cousins

Living With: The English springer spaniel can gain weight fairly easily, so too many treats can lead to obesity. They do best with plenty of exercise, be that hunting, jogging with you or training in agility. As intelligent dogs, they are happiest when working with you and respond well to training. English springer spaniels are often seen competing in hunting, obedience and agility tests. Grooming can be a bit of a chore with an English springer spaniel, though they require less work than their smaller cousins. Most owners clip their English springer spaniels and certainly trim around the legs, feet and ears. The show clip requires a steady, skilled hand with the clippers.

Living with a Sporting Spaniel. Books in the handsome, photo-filled "Living With a Pet " series are written especially for prospective owners who seek specific information about the needs and traits of the breed they plan to acquire.

The Living Books series is a series of interactive animated multimedia children's books, first produced by Brøderbund and then spun off into a jointly-owned (with Random House) subsidiary, which were distributed on CD-ROM for Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows. The series began with the release of Just Grandma and Me (an adaptation of the book by Mercer Mayer) in 1992; other titles in the series included The Tortoise and the Hare, Arthur's Teacher Trouble (and other adaptations of books by Marc Brown), Dr. Seuss and Berenstain Bears titles.

English Springer Spaniel information including personality, history, grooming, pictures, videos, and the AKC breed standard. His coat is moderately long, with feathering on his legs, ears, chest and brisket. His pendulous ears, soft gentle expression, sturdy build and friendly wagging tail proclaim him unmistakably a member of the ancient family of Spaniels. He is above all a well-proportioned dog, free from exaggeration, nicely balanced in every part. His carriage is proud and upstanding, body deep, legs strong and muscular, with enough length to carry him with ease.

Talk about Living with a Sporting Spaniel (Living with a Pet Series)


Ranterl
If you are owned by a ''spaniel'' this is a must have for your dogie library.
Saintrius
This book has heart warming accounts from the owner's of different Spaniel breeds, making it a personable book. About the Welsh Springer Spaniel, "Beware of the Welsh Springer's Houdini-like qualities-he is remarkably agile and inventive when it comes to escaping. Climbing ladders, opening doors, and leaping over fences are all part of his repertoire", writes the author.

Julia Barnes did a good job. There are plenty of heart warming and beautiful photographs, very important for the would be Spaniel owner such as moi.

Very important in 2007, the author informs on "Health Concerns" for each Spaniel breed. With the English Springer Spaniel for example, the author writes under Health Concerns, "Canine rage syndrome: This condition, where the dog becomes aggressive momentarily-and for no apparent reason, has been seen in some American-bred dogs. To date, diet change and hormone therapy have proved the most effective treatments."