As far as we are aware this will be the first book about Joe Bowman, “Auld Hunty”, legendary huntsman to the Ullswater Foxhounds, since W. G. Skelton. Using newspaper reports and other source material the book attempts to give an insight into Joe Bowman, the life he led and the country he loved. Considered to be second only to the fabled huntsman John Peel, his fame spread worldwide.
The Norwich Terrier is an affectionate, loyal, little dog. He is the smallest of all the terriers and needs an energetic family because he loves all outdoor activities This is a great family dog that loves children. In this Norwich Terrier book we will explore their temperament, their health issues and their origin.
The Bull Terrier was once used for the sport of bull baiting but today most of the aggression has been bred out of them. They are playful and become extremely attached to their family. In this Bull Terrier book we will explore their temperament, their health issues and their origin.
This lovable little dog originated in Scotland and was a ratter. In the movie "The Wizard of Oz" the dog "Toto" was a Cairn Terrier. They have lots of personality, love to dig and hunt and they love their families. Great with children over the age of six. In this Cairn Terrier book we will explore their temperament, their health issues and their origin.
This is a story about a wonder dog named Wizzie! Approximately four years ago, Trish Silver, the author, saw the most unbelievable happening. Her adorable Yorkshire Terrier named Wizzie saved a drowning kitty from her family’s pool in San Diego. It was an astonishing act of bravery for this 6½ lb. bundle of fur. This inspired Trish to write a book with her co author Lynne Berger.
Yorkshire terriers are beautiful little dogs weighing approximately 7 pounds. They are popular pets and great companions with a “big” personality, despite their size.
They are also vivacious, intelligent, feisty and loving. Although stubborn from time to time, with the right training Yorkie’s can be the most adorable pet!