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Canine Genetics Books and Videos

A BREEDER'S GUIDE TO GENETICS - RELAX, IT'S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE
by Ingrid Wood & Denise Como

The study of genetics should be fun and, especially at the basic level, give one the confidence to delve deeper. This book offers basic information to the "scientifically challenged" and to beginners.
AN EYE FOR A DOG - ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO JUDGING PUREBRED DOGS
by Robert Cole

With this book you can develop your own eye for sound movement and structure. You get to actively participate in over 100 judging scenarios similar to what a judge encounters in the show ring and compare your opinion with the author’s.
ANNIE ON DOGS!
by Anne Rogers Clark

All-breed AKC judge Anne Rogers Clark has a background and a depth of experience in dogs which is unparalleled. In this book Mrs. Clark shares her personal experiences, advice, and stories from a lifetime in dogs.
ANOTHER PIECE OF THE PUZZLE - PUPPY DEVELOPMENT
by Pat Hastings & Erin Ann Rouse, Editors

From Pat Hastings and other experts, learn about the impact of puppy-rearing practices and socialization on a puppy's ability to develop happily and confidently. A must for breeders and those interested in early puppy development.
BREED PREDISPOSITIONS TO DISEASE IN DOGS AND CATS
by Alex Gough and Alison Thomas

Here is a comprehensive reference to all the diseases and disorders of dogs and cats that are either inherited or more prevalent in certain breeds. If you are a veterinary surgeon or student needing a handy reference book, or a breeder wanting to know more about your own breed then this book will be invaluable.
BREEDING BETTER DOGS DVD
by Carmelo Battaglia

Easy to understand information on the basics of dog genetics and breeding programs. Clear charts and diagrams so you can set up your own breeding program.
BREEDING DOGS TO WIN
by Carmelo Battaglia

This new book is the single best reference when it comes to producing high quality, award-winning dogs. Based on research and experience, this state of the art book offers 70 illustrations of easy to use information.
CANINE CINERADIOGRAPHY - A STUDY OF BONE AND JOINT MOTION AS SEEN THROUGH MOVING X-RAYS DVD
by Rachel Page Elliott

Slow motion study of canine bone and joint movement, as seen through moving x-rays, offers a close look at skeletal action inside the dog. Dogs were individually filmed and fluoroscoped while moving on a speed-controlled treadmill in a laboratory. This video supplements Dogsteps DVD with additional material; it was filmed during the same time period, but has recently been re-mastered.
CANINE REPRODUCTION AND WHELPING - A DOG BREEDER'S GUIDE
by Myra Savant-Harris

Whether you’re a “first-timer” or an experienced breeder, you’ll learn something important from this book. Down-to-earth and easy to understand!
CANINE REPRODUCTION
by Phyllis Holst

Anatomy, breeding behavior, genetics, pregnancy, whelping, rearing a litter, reproductive problems, even artificial insemination. A must-have for breeders!
CANINE TERMINOLOGY
by Harold Spira

A beautifully illustrated glossary of terms used in the Breed Standards for purebred dogs worldwide.
CONTROL OF CANINE GENETIC DISEASES
by George Padgett

How to understand the mechanics of inheritance, how to deal with percentages, predictability of outcome and how to breed away from such diseases as hip dysplasia, PRA, and other similar scourges. Charts, graphs, tables - everything the breeder needs to take a positive role in enhancing genetic health!
DOG BREEDERS PROFESSIONAL SECRETS - ETHICAL BREEDING PRACTICES
by Sylvia Smart

Becoming a dog breeder is a significant undertaking. And there is so much more you need to know to be a successful breeder beyond just knowing how to whelp and raise puppies. Dog Breeders Professional Secrets goes well beyond other books to tell you what it takes to be a successful and ethical dog breeder. Sylvia Smart shares her real-life experiences (both good and bad) and explores dozens of issues that a prospective breeder must consider to build a high quality dog breeding business.
DOG BREEDING AS A FINE ART
by Amy Fernandez

*Won the Dog Writer's Association of America's Award, Best General Reference Book of 2003! A practical handbook for successful dog breeding. Most breeders are striving to leave a mark on a breed, to create dogs superior to what existed before in some way. This book answers why we strive to do it - and HOW.
DOGS - DOMESTICATION AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SOCIAL BOND
by Darcy Morey

This book traces the evolution of the dog, from its origins about 15,000 years ago up to recent times. Allometric patterns between dogs and their ancestors, wolves, shed light on the nature of the morphological changes that dogs underwent. Discussion of several distinctive modern roles of dogs underscores the social bond between dogs and people and explores why dogs and people relate so well to each other.
DOGSTEPS - WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A DOG DVD
by Rachel Page Elliott

The most complete information on canine gait and movement available in video format. Includes anatomical diagrams and film clips of still and moving x-rays which provide a look at bone and joint motion inside the dog. Illustrations throughout the DVD emphasize the importance of sound structure and show how serious deviations may affect efficiency and endurance.
FROM LEASHES TO NEURONS & PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY DVD
by Karen Overall

How dogs think, why this matters, and what we can learn from them about becoming more humane.
GENETICS AND THE SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF THE DOG
by John Paul Scott & John L. Fuller

Reprint of a frequently requested classic! The only book to provide detailed breed-specific information on inheritance as it relates to behavior.
HISTORY AND MANAGEMENT OF THE MASTIFF, 2ND EDITON
by Elizabeth Baxter & Patricia Hoffman

"The History and Management of the Mastiff" brings today's Mastiff fancier rich details about the establishment, building and survival of this noble breed.
K-9 STRUCTURE & TERMINOLOGY
by Edward Gilbert, Jr. & Thelma Brown

Excellent information on anatomy, gait, terminology and judging. Learn not only what correct structure is, but why it is essential to function and health.
NEW KNOWLEDGE OF DOG BEHAVIOR
by Clarence Pfaffenberger

Back in print! Is it heredity or environment that shapes the dog? The 1963 landmark work that established the science of puppy temperament testing and critical periods of socialization and development.
PEDIGREE FORMS (10 COPIES/5 GENRTN)
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Set of 10 pedigree forms for documenting the pedigree of your puppies or kittens.
PROACTIVE SERIES - BICHON FRISE
by Monica Segal & Mike Cormier DVM

Mike Cormier, DVM, writes about the Bichon's possible problems, questions to ask a breeder, which conditions a good vet will check for, and what the symptoms and treatment may involve. Based on this information, Monica Segal writes about the best food and supplement choices most likely to benefit this breed.
PROACTIVE SERIES: BOXER
by Monica Segal & Mike Cormier DVM

Mike Cormier, DVM, writes about the Boxer's possible problems, questions to ask a breeder, which conditions a good vet will check for, and what the symptoms and treatment may involve. Based on this information, Monica Segal writes about the best food and supplement choices most likely to benefit this breed.
PROACTIVE SERIES: TOY POODLE
by Monica Segal & Mike Cormier DVM

Mike Cormier, DVM, writes about the Toy Poodle's possible problems, questions to ask a breeder, which conditions a good vet will check for, and what the symptoms and treatment may involve. Based on this information, Monica Segal writes about the best food and supplement choices most likely to benefit this breed.
PUPPY INTENSIVE CARE - A BREEDER'S GUIDE TO CARE OF NEWBORN PUPPIES
by Myra Savant-Harris

If puppies are on the way, you want those newborns to have the best possible chance of survival and good health by being prepared. You can’t count on a vet being available, so breeders need to learn these skills. Learn how to administer simple but effective measures to help puppies in distress. Described in friendly, non-technical terms from a long-time breeder. BONUS! Comes with a 32 minute DVD to better illustrate the techniques recommended.
PUPPY PUZZLE - EVALUATING STRUCTURAL QUALITY DVD
by Pat Hastings

The Hastings approach to evaluating the structural quality of puppies. Learn from the pros how to choose the right puppy for your breeding program and the show ring, obedience, agility, field trials, or the "couch potato" lifestyle! Includes remastered original video content, plus 50 minutes of new footage!
SOS DOG - THE PUREBRED DOG HOBBY RE-EXAMINED
by Johan and Edith Gallant

The domestic dog has presumably been associated with humankind for the past 13,000 years, but the majority of breeds are no older than 130 years. In that short time period, there has been much change and development, mainly with the human's taste and interests taking precedence over the dog.

This book questions if such a general approach is appropriate and if the purebred dog initiative since its inception has indeed improved the breeds under manipulation.
$19.95
SUCCESSFUL DOG BREEDING
by Chris Walkowicz & Bonnie Wilcox

Handbook of canine midwifery. Leads you through the process of selecting a mate, orchestrating a match, caring for the pregnant bitch, and weaning puppies.
THE DOG IN ACTION
by McDowell Lyon

Written in 1950, this was the first book to thoroughly analyze, illustrate and explain the under-the-skin workings of the dog. It is the foundation for all gait and locomotion books which have been written since.
THE JOY OF BREEDING YOUR OWN SHOW DOG
by Ann Seranne

Now back in print! The bible of quality dog breeding, this guide has long been the reference of choice for successful dog breeders.
TRICKS OF THE TRADE - FROM BEST INTENTIONS TO BEST IN SHOW, REVISED EDITION
by Pat Hastings with Erin Ann Rouse

The book you've been waiting for, in its newly revised edition! From the whelping box to the group ring, at home and on the road, everyone who is involved in the sport of dogs can learn something from this book. From the producer of the best-selling "Puppy Puzzle" video and popular seminar speaker.


 
 
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