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Of Dogs and Men by John Barrington
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Of Dogs and Men

by John Barrington

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Early man would have been alert to wild, camp-following dogs warning of approaching danger. Present day people can be thankful for a much wider range of canine services. Part autobiography and part history, Of Dogs and Men is a celebration of our passion for the trusty sheepdog. Filled with lively anecdotes, poems and mythological stories, Barrington sets out to map the evolution and bond between man and dog; how dogs developed from the wild into the beloved companions as we know them today. Barrington includes heart warming stories of collies used in life saving operations as search and rescu.… (more)

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