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Known as the "king of toys," these dogs are hardy and active, and make excellent pets. Here is information on purchasing, raising, and maintaining a happy, healthy miniature pinscher.

A great handbook for new owners of a Min Pin.  "Miniature Pinschers" by Jacqueline O'Neil contains information on the history of Min Pins, characteristics and standards, selecting a puppy, housebreaking and other training, feeding, Health and dental care, behavior, and caring for a Min Pin. It is full of beautiful colorful pictures.

Miniature Pinscher 2006 calendar "The Dog". From Artlist International USA. Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 11.4 x 0.2 inches

The Miniature Pinscher: Reigning King of Toys gives potential owners, new converts and veteran Min Pin lovers all they need to know about this captivating companion. There are chapters on the Miniature Pinscher's history, buying a dog, grooming, temperament, understanding the breed standard, breeding, health concerns and more. Five appendices include useful resources and top dogs in the breed. "Dr. Hungerland has judged and studied this breed for many years and shares with you her many observations and experiences. This is a reference book that will find its place on many fanciers' bookshelves." Anne Rogers Clark, internationally eminent dog show judge Howell Best of Breed Library

This book is by Evelyn Miller. "A lot of dog in a little body." is perhaps the best thumbnail description to the Miniature Pinscher, or "Minpin," as he is affectionately known.

By BrownTrout Publisher, Inc.; Wall edition. Product Dimensions: 0.2 x 11.8 x 11.8 inches

If you're a first time Miniature Pinscher owner, or are thinking of making one of these little dogs a part of your life, then this beginner's guide is perfect for you! With tips on grooming, feeding, training and much more, this book will help you ensure that your pet remains happay and healthy!

Related to the English Greyhound, Whippets are often bred as racing dogs. Smaller than Greyhounds, they tend to be gentle and mild when inside the house, and make a family pet that is easy to care for. Here is information on the characteristics of this animal, plus advice on purchasing, grooming, training, health care, and much more.

Elegant and affectionate, the Whippet rose from his humble beginnings as the "poor man's greyhound" to become an agile professional race dog and a highly prized companion and show dog. Today the breed enjoys great popularity around the world. The Whippet is hailed among the fastest of all sighthounds, though he is fairly small compared to the Greyhound. For the right active family, the Whippet makes an adaptable and fun-loving pet, as swift of mind as he is of foot.

From BrownTrout Publisher, Inc.; Wall edition. Product Dimensions: 0.2 x 11.8 x 11.8 inches/td>

A new addition to the best-selling Pet Owner’s Guide series, this book contains information on how to choose a healthy pet. Topics include choosing the right housing, establishing a regular routine of care, and advice on feeding and exercise. In addition, special attention is paid to health care and preventative treatments, while breeding from your pet is also discussed.

It is of special interest to those who are in the UK or who wish to use UK bloodlines in other parts of the world. However, there are excellent chapters on the breed in other lands. Also, the care information is practical and useful to new puppy owners and more experienced owners alike. The book is full of gorgeous photos and is written in an enjoyable to read style.

Whippet: A Complete and Reliable Handbook (Hardcover) by Dean Keppler

The American Kennel Club (AKC), the most influential dog club in the United States, registers purebred dogs, supervises dog shows, and is concerned with all dog-related matters including public education. This book describes the dog's basic needs and the owner's responsibilities. The message is clear: people who cannot fulfill these obligations should not buy a dog. Topics discussed include "think" before buying, care, showing, training, breeding, and illness. While general dog and breed books have most of the same information, AKC's The Complete Dog Book Sections pertaining to dog care.

There are 146 AKC-recognized breeds profiled within the pages of the Complete Dog Book, and the pictures and text provide great bowser browsing. The breed descriptions help you choose among the hounds, terriers, toys, and working breeds, the herders, guard dogs, and sporting breeds. Measurements help determine which dogs will best fit your abode. Breed temperaments help you choose your ideal pet, and show criteria help you know what you're looking for. Covers breed origins, and a useful glossary of dog terms, has chapters on grooming, training, and Canine Health and First Aid.

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