Could you recommend a book about dogs?

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5.9.2007

Could you recommend a book about dogs?

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5.9.2007
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5.9.2007

There are lots of books about dogs and pets in general, especially in English language, so it may be a bit difficult to recommend one book without knowing more details about needs and interests. Are you considering your first dog and needing some basic information about dog breeds and dog care? Most bigger libraries in Finland should also have some English-language books about dogs.

Online bookshop http://www.amazon.com/ has many lots of book reviews written by customers and also lists by customers where they recommend the books they have found to be most useful. One such list is available online here:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/richpub/syltguides/fullview/2TV1CE7DAW3GO/ref=…

Amazon.com lists might be useful especially if you're looking for books in English. Below is a list of some dog books in English that the Amazon customers have recommended to others. You need to ask your local library to find out if they have some of the books.

- The encyclopedia of dog breeds / Juliette Cunliffe

- The ultimate encyclopedia of dogs : dog breeds & dog care / Peter Larkin, Mike Stockman

- Barron's Encyclopedia of Dog Breeds (Hardcover)
by D. Caroline Coile

- The Complete Dog Book: The Photograph, History and Official Standard of Every Breed Admitted to Akc Registration, and the Selection, Training, Breed by The American Kennel Club

- The Perfect Match: A Dog Buyer's Guide (Howell Reference Books) by Chris Walkowicz

- The Culture Clash: A Revolutionary New Way to Understanding the Relationship Between Humans and Domestic Dogs by Jean Donaldson

- How to Be Your Dog's Best Friend: The Classic Training Manual for Dog Owners by The Monks of New Skete

- The American Kennel Club Dog Care and Training (American Kennel Club) by American Kennel Club

- ASPCA Complete Dog Care Manual by Bruce Fogle

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