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daryl b.
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Rating: 5

Great

posted 5 years ago

this book is a treasure. not only for the wonderful pics but it shows how the different breeds have changed in the way they look today. i loved it and it makes a good gift to a dog family and children and dog lovers

Pros: the photos

Cons: none

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nanette C.
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Rating: 5

Transcends Time

posted 4 years ago

This book transcends time with the beautiful pictures. It depicts the the emotional connection that children have with dogs and how dogs love them back. Simply a lovely book to scan and enjoy.

Pros: Beautiful

Cons: none

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Carolyn C.
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Rating: 5

Great coffee table book

posted 5 years ago

This is another lovely book to spend a rainy afternoon with.

Pros: lovely illustrations

Cons: none

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