SPANIEL TRAINING FOR MODERN SHOOTERS. By Maurice Hopper.
1974 1st edition. Small 8vo (133 x 205mm). Pp132. B/w photographs, illustrations. Red boards, spine he did what few other men do. He devoted his life to what interested him most, the dogs bred down the centuries to work to the gun. Now he is among the seniors of a group of men with an international reputation and rigidly high standards, the professional gun-dog trainers... He has an observant eye, an analytical mind, an inexhaustible enthusiasm. Add to these things the advantage which the full-timer possesses over the part-timer, and a rich harvest of mature know-how becomes available to all who wish to train their own dogs. The benefits are not limited to sport. Any dog owner will be the wiser for this insight into the canine mind, and how to communicate with it".
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|ISBN||0715364464 / 0715364464.|
|Book Description||Very good in spine-faded dust-wrapper.|
|Publisher||David and Charles.|
|Place||Newton Abbot, Devon.|