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Image from page 146 of “The Sportsman’s cabinet, and town and country magazine” (1833)
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Title: The Sportsman’s cabinet, and town and country magazine
Year: 1833 (1830s)
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Subjects: Horses Sports Outdoor life
Publisher: London : Sherwood, Gilbert & Piper
Contributing Library: Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine
Digitizing Sponsor: Tufts University

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etter; therefore, the deep-flowedhound is to be preferred; the kibble,and even lighter kiuds of hounds, mayanswer the purpose ; but what is thusgained in speed is not a sufficient com-pensation for unsteadiness and inferi-ority of nose. The Spaniaid, however,from having been judiciously crossed,has arrived at a degree of perfection soas to leave little to be desired on thishead : and excellent pointers are to bemet with in most parts of England.They differ from the setter, inasmuch,as when they have approached suffi-ciently near the game, they stand erect;whereas the true setter will either situpon his haunches or lie close to thegroundโ€”generally the latter. It maybe also veiy justly remarked that thougha particular strain of either the pointeror setter may have arrived at a greatdegree of perfection, yet, if continuedon the same strain for a length of time,it will degenerate; in order, therefore,to prevent that dwindling or falling offwhich would inevitably take place, re- h by ^ O

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,.J } Town and Country Magazine. 131 course must occasionally be had to otherstrains; that is, to dogs of tlie samekind, but bred in diflerent parts of thekingdom, taking care to choose animalsof undoubted merit from M-hich to breed;and in order to avoid the impossibilityof being misunderstood, it will be neces-sary to observe, that, in thus giving di-rections for preserving the requisitequalities in perfection, we do not meanin this case that recourse should be hadto the talbot, fox-hound, or any otherkind of dog used for a distinct purpose,but merely to procure a pointer (eithersire or dam) from a distant part of thecountry, if pointers are the object; andthe same in respect to setters. Pointers often suffer much from sorefeet; considerable difference however,will be found amongst them in regard totheir feet. White footed dogs perhapswill generally be found more tender inthis respect than those whose feet are ofa dark colour. Black, brown, or anydark coloured pointers have generally

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Image from page 330 of “Kennel secrets : how to breed, exhibit, and mannage dogs” (1904)
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Title: Kennel secrets : how to breed, exhibit, and mannage dogs
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Perry, Joseph Franklin, 1846-
Subjects: Dogs Dogs — Diseases
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown and Co.
Contributing Library: Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine
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CHAPTER V. CARE OF THE NEW-BORN. Early spring is far the most favorable season for whelp-ing, since ere the youngsters have reached the weaning theycan be put out of doors for a few hours at least on all pleas-ant days, where they are sure to gain in health, strengthand vitality with infinitely greater rapidity than when be-tween walls. Breeders of long experience fully appreciatethis fact, also, that where open and pure air and sunshineare denied during the early days of life the future isgreatly prejudiced ; consequently they have a decidedpreference for those brood animals that come in use dur-ing the first three or four months of the year. Andwhere the rule, fixed with some, to mate only in thisperiod is observed, the puppies not only do not requiresuch extreme care and attention but thrive infinitely bet-ter, while being far on the road to maturity they are wellfortified against cold weather before it sets in. If warm, clean and well-ventilated quarters are providedit is, of cour

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