Monthly Archives: January 2014

Where Did Dogs Come From? …more findings

To the question ‘Where Did Dogs Come From?’, new research suggests that dogs are derived from a wolf lineage (or lineages), now extinct, from which both dogs and modern wolves diverged. The research, published earlier this month, finds that the … Continue reading

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‘DOG SENSE’ MAKES SENSE, a review

We here at LiteraryDogs.com take pride in presenting to you, the reader, reviews of good and important books. Lately we’ve reviewed some stellar titles (e.g., ‘Encyclopedia of K-9 Terminology’ from Dogwise Publishing; ‘Our Debt to the Dog’ by Bryan Cummins; … Continue reading

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Review of ‘ENCYCLOPEDIA OF K-9 TERMINOLOGY’

On Interpreting the Language of Dog Fanciers and Breed Standards For serious dog aficionados, this is a seriously important book.The ‘Encyclopedia of K-9 Terminology’ has special relevance to breeders, dog show judges, participants and viewers, veterinarians, and other dog fanciers … Continue reading

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