Some cool small dog breeds images:
Image from page 91 of “Breeding, training, management, diseases & c. of dogs:” (1877)
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Title: Breeding, training, management, diseases & c. of dogs:
Year: 1877 (1870s)
Authors: Butler, Francis, 1810-1874. [from old catalog]
Subjects: Dog. [from old catalog]
Publisher: Brooklyn, D. S. Holmes
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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right. Should it be difficult to drawout, the knife may be passed round it, to facil-itate the extraction, but if the operation beperformed at an early age, this will seldom berequisite, as the pressure of the thumb and fin-ger will suffice to force the testicle out so as topresent, a fair hold for the right hand. Shouldthe string not draw out, it may be cut off; ofcourse each must be taken out separately ; thesame means used in extracting the first, appliesalso in the second. The operation should notbe performed either during very warm or coldweather, unless the animal can be kept in asomewhat moderate degree of warmth, for atleast a couple of weeks. No after-applicationis required, other than washing the parts, withstrong salt and water, immediately after theoperation, and a little lard or goose-grease, tohoothe the irritation. The dog should be keptcool, quiet and cheerful ; his food should notbe gross, and he may require a little coolingphysic. He should be exposed to no extremes
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ENO-LISH GKEYHOTIND. El^GLTSH GREYHOUND. Ills sinewy limb, ayinmctric form and j^raoe,V^ic with t!ic hind, and equal him in pace ;Ehistic, bounding oer the flowery mead,Uiiiiiutched his spring, agility and speed.]Iis color blai k or white, red, blue or grey jThe latter, the original, they say ;I.o;i;-C tauering nose small ear and piercing eye,II s destined game unerringly descry.Wiih common hound, disdains to scent his prey ;JJy :5iglit alone, he speeds his lightening way ;The trembling hare, for safety ilies in vain,Aud fruitless seeks the sheltring copse to gain.On All>ions shore, where hunting is the rage,His feats and pedigree grace every page ;Grandsire and Grandam, all is there recorded,And to the fleetest, is the prize awarded.If ought impure, in blood or limb, we trace,His names ignored, excluded from the race jCondemned a Lurcher, fit for Poachers game,But for the nobler sports, despised his minie.And many a hero, famed for martial deeds,Taunts his fleet greyhounds, and hi
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1956 Pontiac Safari 2-Door Station Wagon Hot Rod (7 of 9)
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Photographed at the 2010 Hot Rod Power Tour stopover in Springfield, Illinois on June 6, 2010.
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