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Dog Breeds

Book References

  1. Liz Palika, The Howell Book of Dogs: The Definitive Reference to 300 Breeds and Varieties , Howell Book House, 2007
  2. American Kennel Club, The Complete Dog Book: 20th Edition (Complete Dog Book) , Ballantine Books, 2006
  3. Kristin Mehus-Roe, The Original Dog Bible: The Definitive Source to All Things Dog, BowTie Press, 2005
  4. Peter Larkin, The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Dogs (Dog Breeds & Dog Care) , Lorenz Books, 2003
  5. Brian Kilcommons, Good Owners, Great Dogs, Grand Central Publishing, 1999
  6. Terri McGinnis DVM, The Well Dog Book: The Classic Comprehensive Handbook of Dog Care , Barron's Educational Series; 2nd edition, 2005
  7. D. Caroline Coile, Ph.D, Encyclopedia of Dog Breeds , Lorenz Books, 2003
  8. Daniel F. Tortora, The Right Dog for You: Choosing a Breed that Matches Your Personality, Family, and Lifestyle, Fireside, 1983
  9. Walter R. Fletcher, Dogs of the World, Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, 1983

Miscellaneous References:

  1. The Humane Society of the United States, Dog Care Essentials, Top 10 things to keep your dog in tip-top shape, October 26, 2009
  2. Dog Resource Guide, PAWS - Chicago Paws Are Worth Saving, Referenced online, 2011
  3. American Kennel Club, http://www.akc.org
  4. General Dog Care For Everyday, About.com, Dogs, Referenced online, 2011
  5. nDee, How To Take Care Of A Dog…The Right Way, Squidoo, Referenced online, 2011
  6. "Dog Vaccination Schedule”, Greenbrier Veterinary Hospital, Copyright 1999-2002, Referenced online, 2008
  7. Pet Library: Grooming Your Dog”, Best Friends Pet Care, Referenced online, 2008
  8. Dog Breed Info Center, http://www.dogbreedinfo.com, Copyright 1998-2008
  9. Welton, Michelle, Your Purebred Puppy, http://www.yourpurebredpuppy.com, Copyright 2000-2008
  10. Dog Owner’s Guide, http://www.canismajor.com/dog/index.html (2007). Canis Major Publications
  11. PuppyFind.com, http://www.puppyfind.com, Referenced online, 2008
  12. Is Dog Food Good for My Beauceron?”, Copyright Beauceron-Dog.com, Referenced online, 2008
  13. History of the Breed”, (2008), Germanshepherds.com
  14. Chorkie Hybrid Breed Information and Pictures”, Tiny Tracks, Copyright 2001-2006
  15. Chug Puppies”, ChugPuppies.com
  16. Schnoodle Facts”, TX/NC Schnoodles, Copyright 2006
  17. Gordon Setter”, World Almanac Education Group, Copyright 2006
  18. Dowd, Kathy, “Airedale Terriers”, Copyright 1997-2003, Referenced online, 2008
  19. The Versatile Airedale”, The Airedale Clube of America, Inc., Copyright 1997-2008
  20. Airedales Need Grooming”, Airedale Terrier Rescue and Adoption, Copyright 2008
  21. American Pit Bull Terrier”, Answers.com, Copyright 2007, Referenced online, 2008
  22. Harwelik, Mary, “Temperament”, “History”, The Real Pit Bull, Copyright 2000-2004
  23. Mann, Jason, “Pass the Fat! Or Why Essential Fatty Acids Are Vital to Pitbull Health”, Copyright 2005, Referenced online, 2008
  24. Pit Bull Rescue”, PitBullLovers.com, Copyright 2005, Referenced online, 2008
  25. Grooming Your Cairn”, Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network, Copyright 2001-2007, Referenced online, 2008
  26. Miniature Schnauzer, Did You Know?”, The Airedale Clube of America, Inc., Copyright 1997-2008
  27. Miniature Schnauzers - Choosing a Miniature Schnauzer – Dog Breeds”, Intelligent Content Corp., Copyright 1998-2008
  28. Stratton, Richard, “About the Red, Red Nosed”, Copyright 1975, and “The Color of Gameness”, Copyright 2003. Referenced online, 2008
  29. Orsborn, Jim, "Genetic Health Issues”, Scottish Terrier Club of America, Copyright 2000 STCA, Referenced online, 2008
  30. Feeding Your Havanese Puppy”, Copyright Havanese Club of America, Referenced online, 2008
  31. Kelly, Fiona, “A Healthy Diet for Your Havanese”, Havanese-Puppy-Guide, Copyright 2005, 2006
  32. Miniature Pinscher Health Management”, The Fusion Network LLC, Copyright 2008
  33. Shih Tzu and Other Dogs: Canine Terminology Glossary of Terms", Terridon Shih Tzu and Terricom.com, Copyright 1998-2006, Referenced online, 2008
  34. PetPlace.com, http://www.petplace.com, Copyright 1999-2008 Intelligent Content Corp.
  35. Pet Education, www.peteducation.com  (2007). Foster & Smith Inc.
  36. Wikipedia, http://wikipedia.org
  37. Site Glossary”, Dachshund Club of Metropolitan Atlanta, Copyright 2003

Databases:

  1. BirdLife International, - http://www.birdlife.org/index.html, A global Partnership of conservation organisations that strives to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, working with people towards sustainability in the use of natural resources.
  2. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ - http://www.iucnredlist.org/
  3. ARKive, ARKive is a ‘virtual’ conservation effort. "Using film, photographs and audio recordings, ARKive is creating a unique record of the world’s biodiversity - complementing other species information datasets, and making a key resource available for scientists, conservationists, educators and the general public."
  4. UNEP-WCMC United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre - http://www.unep-wcmc.org/?, "Working towards a wiser world: one in which everyone recognizes that the diversity of life on Earth is vital to the future of humanity. The Centre strives to promote wiser decision-making and a sustainable future by providing information on the conservation and sustainable management of the living world."
  5. Species 2000 and the Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS), - http://spice.sp2000.org/info_about_col.php, Catalogue of Life programme aims to create a uniform and validated index to the world's known species for use as a practical tool in inventorying and monitoring biodiversity worldwide.
  6. CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) - http://www.cites.org/, "An international agreement between Governments. Its aim is to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival. Roughly 5,000 species of animals and 28,000 species of plants are protected by CITES against over-exploitation through

 


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