Victoria, B.C., Canada: The French Remedy Company, 1927. Wraps. Fourteenth Edition. 65 pp. Few photo ills. Subtitle: "Modern Methods of Treatment - How to Feed and How to Housebreak." Fourteenth edition. Small booklet has drawing on front of dog drinking from a tube in a bottle. Cover aged, bottom corner dog-eared. A thorough coverage of topics important to dog and cat owners, with ordering instructions from the French Remedy Company for pharmaceuticals. Very detailed information, probably still apropos. Very Good.
Dogs and Pets
New York: George E. Woodward, 1873. Hardcover. Revised and Enlarged. 663 pp. B/w ills. Subtitle: "Compiled, abridged, edited and illustrated by Frank Forester." Beveled orange covers are soiled, edgeworn, and threadbare at corners. Sunned spine lettered and decorated in gilt is eroding at ends. There is a word in ink at upper front edge, and an ink line down the front hinge. Edges aged and soiled. Coated brown eps. At the head of the editor's preface is an ink p.o. name and date. Internally, the book is clean and tight, although the same "help" is inked at the bottom of one page. This is a compendium of the previous "The Sportsman's Vade Mecum by "Dinks," containing full instructions in all that relates to the breeding...
Philadelphia, Toronto: The John C. Winston Company. Red Cloth. 210 pp. B/w ill. Color frontis. Front cover has gilt illus. of dog. Lettering front and spine in bright gilt. Spine ends lightly creased. Upper edges tinted red. Pictorial dj unclipped. Black title lettering front and spine. Dj is chipped ever-so-slightly at edges. Nd; copyright 1935. White eps illustrated in blue show a German Shepard guarding a flock of sheep. Penciled p.o. on upper edge of fpd. Contents clean and tight. Adventure and excitement in the drama between sheep and cattle owners of the American West. Very Good / Very Good.
New York: Scribner, 1997. Red Paper Over Boards. First. 192 pp. B/w photo ills. Red covers backed with black, lettered in bright gilt on spine. Bright pictorial dj is priced, unclipped, shows a bullmastiff resting on a chaise admiring his medals. The popular Sterns follow a kennel through a year of dog shows and breeding of champions. " A must-read for anyone who has ever owned a dog, showed a dog, or wondered what could possibly motivate those who do." As New / Near Fine.