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Complete Rottweiler Hardcover – March, 1984
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"In the 1980s Muriel was the first non-German and first woman to judge the Rottweiler Bundesieger in Germany--considered to be the pinnacle in Rottweiler knowledge--and would do it again a few years later. She also traveled extensively, judging at prestigious dog shows all over the world. Muriel Freeman was best known in recent years for her extraordinary knowledge of working and herding dogs.
In 1984, she wrote The Complete Rottweiler. It is in its 26th edition and has sold more volumes than any single breed dog book. It was required reading for new AKC judges working with larger breeds. In 1989, she judged Best in show at the Westminster Kennel Club Show at Madison Square Garden--considered to be pinnacle of the U.S. dog world by the cognoscenti. As part of her interest in dogs, Muriel Freeman worked with and endowed many significant studies at the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School and the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) to define and limit hip dysplasia and the other diseases that strike larger dog breeds"