TITLE

CHAPTER VIII: THE COLLIE

AUTHOR(S)
Leighton, Robert
PUB. DATE
January 1910
SOURCE
Dogs & All About Them;1/1/1910, p31
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter VIII of the book "Dogs and All About Them," is presented. It explores on the unique characters of the Collie dog commonly known as the Shepherd's dog, being an excellent sporting dog than can be taught to do work of the Pointer and the Setter. It states that Collie dogs are conscious of the responsibilities rested in them, and they are gentle, judicious, slow to anger and quick to action. It also presents the general accepted description of the perfect Collie dog.
ACCESSION #
34341639

 

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