. The American book of the dog. The origin, development, special characteristics, utility, breeding, training, points of judging, diseases, and kennel management of all breeds of dogs. Dogs. THE PUG. 641 one of nature's most important laws. Strains are onl}' jjroperly sustained in tlieir purity by breeding to the best stock that can be had. In selecting a sire, never breed to a long-legged one; limit his weight to fifteen pounds, if possil)le. It is much easier to find a o-ood laru'p Pnix than a good small oiip.. Bred by Dr CHAMPION DUDE. M. H. Cryer, 1527 Arch street, Philadelphia, Penn. The

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. The American book of the dog. The origin, development, special characteristics, utility, breeding, training, points of judging, diseases, and kennel management of all breeds of dogs. Dogs. THE PUG. 641 one of nature's most important laws. Strains are onl}' jjroperly sustained in tlieir purity by breeding to the best stock that can be had. In selecting a sire, never breed to a long-legged one; limit his weight to fifteen pounds, if possil)le. It is much easier to find a o-ood laru'p Pnix than a good small oiip.. Bred by Dr CHAMPION DUDE. M. H. Cryer, 1527 Arch street, Philadelphia, Penn. The
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. The American book of the dog. The origin, development, special characteristics, utility, breeding, training, points of judging, diseases, and kennel management of all breeds of dogs. Dogs. THE PUG. 641 one of nature's most important laws. Strains are onl}' jjroperly sustained in tlieir purity by breeding to the best stock that can be had. In selecting a sire, never breed to a long-legged one; limit his weight to fifteen pounds, if possil)le. It is much easier to find a o-ood laru'p Pnix than a good small oiip.. Bred by Dr CHAMPION DUDE. M. H. Cryer, 1527 Arch street, Philadelphia, Penn. The bitch usually comes in season when eight months old, and after she has attained that age generally conies in season twice a year. As soon as she gives evidence of coming in season, remove her to a warm room on the second or third floor. If possible, give her a companion, either a playful puppy 41. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Shields, G. O. (George O. ), 1846-1925, ed. Chicago, Rand, McNally

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