Form & Function part 2

Zink, M. Christine
June 2006
Dog World;Jun2006, Vol. 91 Issue 6, p56
Offers tips on breed-specific training and conditioning for dogs. Three categories of dogs that need extra care and consideration if they are going to participate in athletic events; Suggestions for the weight reduction of overweight dogs; Recommendations for dog exercises.


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