The Dogs of Great Britain, America, and Other Countries, Their Breeding, Training, and Management in Health and Disease

Orange Judd, 1906 - 369 páginas

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Página 19 - Now we find that there are several different instances of the existence in dogs of such a state of wildness as to have lost even that common character of domestication, variety of colour and marking. Of these, two very remarkable ones are the dhole of India and the dingo of Australia. There is, besides, a half-reclaimed race amongst the Indians of North America, and another also partially tamed in South America, which deserve attention.

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