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Guide to canine reproduction
  1. Gary England

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Dog Breeding, Whelping and Puppy Care

IT is a pleasure to read a new textbook that manages to encompass the science of canine reproduction/neonatology and clinical reproduction, particularly when the author has, since the late 1980s, been actively involved in all aspects of the discipline on almost a daily basis. This is demonstrated by the fact that for the large majority of the substantial number of references cited, the book's author is a coauthor. Thus, it is based on personal experience of 25 years, and not a regurgitation of other people's publications. Embedded Image

The book comprises three main sections. The first, ‘Breeding, …

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