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Labrador

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Labrador - The Story of the World's Favourite Dog
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  • Get to know man's best friend better
  • Includes beautiful photos of labradors throughout history
  • A great gift for dog lovers
  • Authored by Ben Fogle.
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A social history of labradors and how they have become the world's most beloved dogs by writer, presenter and long-time dog lover Ben Fogle, whose beloved black labrador, Inca, famously accompanied him on numerous journeys and adventures. Labradors are the most popular breed of dog in the world.

Not only a great family companion, they also excel at hunting, tracking, retrieving, guiding and rescuing. But where did the breed originally come from? How did it develop? When did black, yellow and chocolate labradors first appear? Did they really all come from Labrador in Canada and are they really all related to just one dog?

In this first history of the labrador, Ben Fogle goes in search of what makes labradors so special. Their extraordinary companionship, intelligence, work ethic and loyalty is captured by Ben as he weaves the story of the breed into his own story of his beloved Inca. Ben visits Canada, discovers hair-raising stories of early labrador exploits and uncovers stories of RNIB labradors and labradors at war, labradors as working dogs and every other manifestation of the labrador's character.

Exploring their origin and early characteristics and their use as gun dogs, therapy dogs, police dogs, search and rescue dogs and last - but absolutely not least - as family pets, Ben tells the story of a dog breed which has captured our imagination and love for hundreds of years.

Paperback. 272 pages.

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Labrador
This is meant as a present, so is being passed on without being read, but a quick browse suggests it to be just right.
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Yes
Reviewed by:
Murray Hedgcock
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Easy to buy, quick delivery, totally satisfactory.
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Yes
Reviewed by:
Murray Hedgcock
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