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What is the mix behind your mutt? Of course, we love them just as they are, but knowing which breeds went into your mutt’s make-up will help you understand more about his nature and what he needs to live a happy life. With this book, you’ll learn how to identify physical traits you can use to decode your dog’s ancestry. With extensive descriptions of different characterist

Paperback, 192 pages
Published 2007 by Collins & Brown
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David Alderton is a UK-based writer specialising in pets and natural history topics. Growing up in a home surrounded by pets, he originally trained to become a veterinary surgeon. An allergic dermatitis acquired in his final year of study forced a change of career however, and so led him into the field of writing about pets and their care. He has since become a regular contributor of articles on t ...more
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