Series: JG Dog

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New Owner Gde German Shepherd (JG Dog) by Charlotte Schwartz
New Owner Gde Golden Retriever (JG Dog) by Judy Laureano
A New Owner's Guide to Akitas (JG Dog) by Barbara J. Andrews
A New Owner's Guide to Boxers (JG Dog) by Richard K. Tomita
A New Owner's Guide to Brittanys (New Owner's Guide to) by Beverly Millette
A New Owner's Guide to Cocker Spaniels by Judy Iby
A New Owner's Guide to Dachshunds (JG Dog) by Kaye Ladd
A New Owner's Guide to Dalmatians (JG Dog) by Helen W. Shue
A New Owner's Guide to Labrador Retrievers (JG Dog) by Mary Feazell
A New Owner's Guide to Rottweilers (JG Dog) by Urs Ochsenbein
A New Owner's Guide to Samoyeds (JG Dog) by Terry Campbell
A New Owner's Guide to Shih Tzu (JG Dog) by Joanne Regelman
A New Owner's Guide to Siberian Huskies (JG Dog) by Kathleen Kanzler
A New Owner's Guide to the American Pit Bull Terriers (JG Dog) by Todd Fenstermacher
A New Owner's Guide to Training the Perfect Puppy (JG Dog) by Andrew De Prisco
A New Owner's Guide to West Highland White Terriers (JG Dog) by Dawn Martin
A New Owner's Guide to Yorkshire Terriers by Janet Jackson

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