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by David Harris

eBook The Bully Breeds (Kennel Club Classics) download ISBN: 1593786646
Author: David Harris
Publisher: Kennel Club Books (July 29, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 200
ePub: 1449 kb
Fb2: 1527 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: History and Criticism

The Kennel Club Classics(tm) series is a stunning achievement in beautifully illustrated books that combine art . Titles in the series include: The Bully Breeds, The Chihuahua (premiering October 2008), and The French Bulldog.

The Kennel Club Classics(tm) series is a stunning achievement in beautifully illustrated books that combine art, history, collectibles, hundreds of delightful photographs and expert breed information in the same volume that breed aficionados display proudly as both art and a valuable breed resource. Series: Kennel Club Classics.

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The Bully Breeds (Kennel Club Classics). Bully Breeds corrals the ever popular bully dogs into one spectacular volume. Written by author, breeder, and judge David Harris, this new book discusses the six most popular Bully Breeds. It also covers numerous lesser known, but fascinating bulldog breeds. In addition to hundreds of handsome photographs, Bully Breeds offers expert advice on caring, training, and keeping Bully Breeds corrals the ever popular bully dogs into one spectacular volume

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The American Bully Kennel Club, or . for short, is the official registry worldwide for the American Bully. A reinvented breed was formed with the purpose of being the ultimate companion breed, and this breed is the American Bully. The American Bully breed was created in 1990 and gained recognition and establishment in 2004, per the inception of the . The American Bully breed has been selectively bred to give America’s breed a new direction and outlet. was not only created for the American Bully, it was created to bring people together in unity and diversity and to allow people to come together with the common bond or enjoying their companions.

The American Bully breed was subtly influenced by the infusion of several other breeds, which include the American Bulldog, English Bulldog, and Olde English Bulldogge.

We also use this information to target and measure promotional material. The American Bully breed was subtly influenced by the infusion of several other breeds, which include the American Bulldog, English Bulldog, and Olde English Bulldogge. The American Bully breed was recognized by the United Kennel Club on July 15, 2013.

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The Bully Breeds is an insider's account of life with a bully, highlighting the characteristics, abilities and accomplishments of these breeds. The author also examines the concerns of modern-day bully owners, including breed-specific legislation and the responsibility to own dogs that are good ambassadors for their breeds. As the subject of celebrated paintings and sculptures, the bully breeds have enjoyed prominence in artwork through the centuries. This valid aspect of the breeds' history is discussed here in an elaborately illustrated chapter contributed by the world's top expert in canine art, William Secord.
Comments: (7)
Ungall
wonderful history and pics of the bully breeds
Tygrarad
Beatifully illustrated, this books portraits only breeds known as "bullies", because of their conformation and character. The volume works as a perfect introduction and also as a way to look more carefully to certains aspects of every breed. In every way possible, this book is a must.
Beanisend
This is a lovely book, full of great photos of a great range of bully breeds. The discussion of the origins and uses of the breeds is essential knowledge for anyone who is a fan of these breeds--or owned by one of them.

It is the most comprehensive book on this large group of dogs that I have seen.
Ttexav
So important to get the word out about the bully breeds so folks know that they are not bad dogs. There are only BAD OWNERS! That's who should be banned.
Mohn
I give this book two thumbs up. This book is a very good source of info. I would recommend it to be useful.
Zeli
This book was great it has information that every dog owner of the bread should know and educate with; and if you don't have Bullys you should read it; its the right information unlike the Medea portrays for everyone;
in other words education of ones self instead of listening to the T.V. would be the key to a better world.
Blueshaper
I only give an okay because of brief pages dedicated to BULLy breeds not TERRIER breeds, VERY misleading. All of the dogs focused on in this book have a BIG influx of terrier.
David Harris, no stranger to the world of the Bully breeds, has written a wonderful book on these ever popular breeds - American Pit Bull, American Staff, Boston Terrier, Bull Terrier, the Mini Bull Terrier plus the Staffordshire BT. Excellent text that covers not only the great points of these dogs, but some things that one should be aware of before rushing out to buy one of these breeds. Beautiful photographs and an excellent section by William Secord on the bully breeds in art. If you have an interest in any of these breeds, this book belongs in your library!