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Memories of the Pit Bull Terrier and His Master
Contributor(s): Hanna, L. B.

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ISBN: 1846644240     ISBN-13: 9781846644245
Publisher: Read Country Books
OUR PRICE: $31.49  

Binding Type: Paperback - See All Available Formats & Editions
Published: January 2006
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BISAC Categories:
- Pets | Dogs | Breeds
Dewey: 636
Series: History of Fighting Dogs
Book type: Non-Fiction
Physical Information: 8.25" H x 5.50" W x 0.50" (0.40 lbs) 116 pages
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Publisher Description:
Originally published in 1926, the book is extremely rare in its first edition. The book comprises of a collection of articles put together by the editor of the Pit Bull Fancier - the leading Game Dog journal of the day - and is packed with photographs and information. A fascinating read for any fan of the breed. Contents include: The Origin of the Bull Terrier - Famous Dogs of the Past - Battle Record of Maguires Old Smuggler - Farewell to the Game - The Famous Old Danger - Two Famous Battles - Jack the Ripper - The Turk vs Jim Battle - The Great Interstate Battle - Superior Gameness Shown in Major vs Shine - A Lively Dog Fight - The Famous Gas House Dog - Famous Battles - Battle Given by H.E Reynolds of Jackson, Mississippi - Corcoran's Terry - The Famous Crazy Kate - Through that First One - A Battle of Interest - Rules Governing Recognized Pit Contests - The Pit Bull Terrier of Today - A Word to Beginners - Careful Breeding - Training of a Pup - Feeding the Pup - How to Condition for the Pit - Handling in the Pit - Three Game Dog Types - On Gameness - To Chain Break a Dog - Diseases and Treatment - Rabies or Hydrophobia - Care of Bitch and Puppies - When to Breed - The Spring-Pole - Some of the Foul Tricks Used - Names of Some Great Dog Fanciers and Their Dogs - Learn By Doing - A Flea to the Jury
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