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Dogsteps: A New Look Paperback – January 1, 2001
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The diagrams are easy to understand and descriptions are clear. Ms. Elliott is reasonable and knowledgeable in her judgment of good and faulty gait.
I learn something new every time I open up this book. It is a great gift for your "doggy friends" and junior handlers.
I was disappointed. The book is extremely simple. Filled with line drawn animals of modest detail. Some pages have drawings and almost no text. Some observations made by the author go completely unexplained. A drawing will be proclaimed to describe a undesireable movement but no drawing is given showing correct movement so you are left to wonder what the point of the information is.
Some of it is good, but most of the book is for those who haven't read any other book on canine movement.
Visual aids when looking at gaits are a must. These are well done and the text is easy to understand. I really like the drawings and think they are the key to what makes this book so great for the begining handler or breeder. Even though I have been in the Dog Fancy for over 30 years I still take it out and look occassionally!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love being able to look at the pictures and read the descriptions to see what I should be looking for in a puppy that I want to keep for showing and eventual breeding. Read morePublished on January 5, 2014 by Dog Lover
This book is very informative. It helps the novice understand what is important when evaluating your dog's and puppy structure.Published on July 15, 2013 by Sharon Lindgren
It is a good book for those that want to get into movement in the first place but it can be a little tricky to read for those that have not been exposed to the science behind it at... Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Caprilli