By Cynthia A. Branigan
Very good and informative.
However, the 'as new' replica of the ebook I got used to be written in and the textual content was once highlighted in different locations.
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In fact, a litter of pups, which 46 The Racing Life Trainer John Ard prepares enormous quantities of food. can range in number from one to sixteen, but averages six to eight, usually remains together until they are eight to ten months old.
Go with your head and heart. 40 Chapter Three The Racing Life I n order to understand fully why your ex-racer acts the way he does, it is helpful to know where he came from and how he is used to living life. Many of his current habits are the direct result of years of training. Knowing why he does something can assist you in changing any of his behaviors that you find undesirable or in reinforcing good behavior. THE BUSINESS ARRANGEMENTS Racing kennels are often, but not always, located in a compound on the grounds of the Greyhound racetrack.
Perhaps some old chasing memory clicked inside his brain. For whatever reason, he took off and ignored the call of his owner. The boundary of the park meant nothing to the dog, and we can only hope that when he ran between two parked cars and into the path of a bus that his death was swift and painless. Here’s another tale, which, while obviously foolhardy, gives you another idea of what can happen: A woman from Florida who had adopted a Greyhound almost a year earlier took her dog, unleashed, to a Fourth of July parade.
Adopting the Racing Greyhound by Cynthia A. Branigan