The German Shepherd Dog by Katrina Stevens
A Comprehensive Guide to Buying, Owning, and Training (Breed Basics)

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German Shepherds continues the Breed Basics series. Designed to be clear, concise, and reliable in its training message, this book discusses the German Shepherd dog personality, breed characteristics and history, selecting a litter and puppy, early obedience training and socialization, training for tricks, grooming, preventative care, typical German Shepherd ailments and general canine ailments. The informative and accessible text is illustrated with over 80 color photographs to help readers effectively train their German Shepherds.

About Katrina Stevens

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Katrina Stevens is an obedience instructor, a show judge, and a German shepherd breeder who is particularly interested in the health and genetic aspects of the German shephered breed. Broadstock establised an Arad kennel more than 20 years ago, and has an international reputation as a terrier expert. Alan is a Championship show judge.
Published June 1, 2002 by Willow Creek Pr. 111 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Education & Reference. Non-fiction