Newborn Puppies by Traer Scott
Dogs in Their First Three Weeks

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Dog lovers who haven't raised puppies from birth have missed out on one of the most remarkable and adorable times in a dog's life. From one to twenty-one days old, puppies undergo great changes, from needing their mothers' complete care to opening their eyes and ears to the outside world, growing, stretching their legs, and learning to become the dogs that they are. Author/photographer (and new mother) Traer Scott's love of dogs shines through these intimate images of a range of breeds and types, from champion pups to shelter strays, all of them irresistible. Including an introduction on puppies' development and the importance of their welfare, this delightful book reveals young dogs as they embark on the adventures of growing up.

About Traer Scott

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Traer Scott is an award winning photographer and the author of several books on dogs. Her photographs have been featured in National Georgraphic, Life, People, O, and many other publications. She lives in Rhode Island with her husband, daughter and adopted dog.
Published March 19, 2013 by Chronicle Books LLC. 128 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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