Poodles - Dog Books for Kids

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 Poodles - Dog Books for Kids
Table of Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Conclusion
Author Bio

Introduction

"Dogs are miracles with paws."
- Susan Kennedy

Poodles may be seen as ‘all beauty and no brains. Some have even labeled them proud and high minded…but nothing could be further from the truth!

This breed is highly intelligent, very obedient and active. They are also eager to please and more than willing to give you their affection and care.

And when it comes to perfecting skills, a Poodle can hold its own against any other breed of dog. Perhaps this is one reason why it does so well at dog shows. Poodles have been honored many times at Conformation Shows for their skillful ability. That they manage to do this while looking good is quite a feat!

Their elegant nature has won them many awards and their signature “clippings” is also well known. Over the years they have won the hearts of many owners, and today are considered one of the Top 10 dog breeds by the American Kennel Club. They also make excellent companions and are a great part of any home, especially those with young ones.

In France, Poodles were used as a water retriever. Do you know what this means? The name rather gives it away. This breed was used to “retrieve” objects in the water. For example: When prey fell into the water, the Poodle would return the prey to their owner without damaging it. However, as years went by France loved the breed so much it didn’t take long for the Poodle to become its national breed.

Today, we see Poodles in a lovable light. These elegant creatures are a wonderful example of nature’s diversity and beauty. With intelligent minds and good looks, Poodles have become a part of many homes and hearts. Because of their kind demeanor, they are highly recommended for families with children and will add a wonderful addition to a loving home.
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About the author

 John Davidson

Born and raised in Wyoming and Canada on Ranches. Studied at Utah State University and taught drafting at Bridgerland Applied Technology College for 20 years. Own and run several businesses, an architectural design business, a web design business and a Sawmill business. Married to Karla for over 30 years and have 4 great kids, living in Mendon, Utah.
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Publisher
Mendon Cottage Books
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Published on
Feb 8, 2015
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Pages
27
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ISBN
9781310240867
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Language
English
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Genres
Juvenile Nonfiction / Animals / Dogs
Pets / Dogs / Breeds
Pets / Dogs / General
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 German Shepherds - Dog Books for Kids
Table of Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Conclusion
Author Bio

Introduction


"Money will buy a pretty good dog, but it won't buy the wag of his tail."
― Josh Billings

German Shepherds are intelligent, versatile and faithful dogs. They have outstanding characteristics, and excel in almost anything they do. This breed is well known and among the 10 most popular breeds in the U.S. But, what makes them so popular?

To begin with, their skills extend beyond the home. They are used in law enforcement, serving with police and even the military. They also help with special needs. For example: With those who are handicapped and require constant attention.

However, their skills do not end there. Does the name Rin-Tin-Tin ring a bell? He was quite famous and appeared in many movies and shows. He was so popular he received hundreds of fan letters, sometimes thousands per week!

And after the World Trade Center disaster, faithful German shepherd dogs risked their lives to comfort rescue workers and help find those who were missing.

German shepherds are also excellent watchdogs. Their alert and often suspicious nature, can serve to protect both you and your family from strangers. However, this aspect of their personality may not appeal to you, if you are looking for a more guest friendly dog.

This breed has a high energy level. Originally when this dog was first bred, it was for working purposes. The idea was to help herd flocks, get them into groups and so on.

This all day task helped to shape a strong and high energy dog that requires a lot of activities to keep their attention. It is important to take note of this part of their personality. Why? Well, if they do not get the attention they need their boredom (even frustration) will shine through, with lots of barking and chewing. Depending on how loud it gets, it may drive you up the wall!

Despite this aspect of their personality, there is no doubt German Shepherds are amazing dogs, and a wonderful asset to any home. And with proper training and loving attention, they will stand by you through thick and thin. Not a bad description to add to the list of… man’s best friend!
Top Ten Dog Breeds for Kids - Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers

Table of Contents
Top 10 - List: 
Labrador retriever 
A few Labrador facts you may like to know. 
German shepherd 
A few German shepherd facts you may like to know. 
Poodles 
A few Poodle facts you may like to know. 
Rottweiler’s 
A few Rottweiler facts you may like to know.
Boxers 
A few Boxer facts you may like to know. 
Golden Retriever 
A few Golden retriever facts you may like to know. 
Beagles 
A few Beagle facts you may like to know. 
Yorkshire terrier 
A few Terrier facts you may like to know. 
Bulldogs 
A few Bulldog facts you may like to know. 
Dachshund 
A few interesting Dachshund facts you may like to know. 
Conclusion 
Author Bio

Introduction 

Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.
Roger Caras

‘Man’s best friend.’ Is this the way you feel about your dog? I am sure you do! But do you know why domestic dogs are called man’s best friend? It’s because of their great loyalty, companionship and close relationship with humans over the years.

A dog will stick to your side through thick and thin, just like a real friend. And there are amazing stories which prove this fact. If you would like to read some of them, ask your parents to help you search online. 

So, can you think of a particular dog you like? Many people have their own favorite and over the years, the American Kennel Club has published a list of the most beloved dogs. Can you guess which ones made the list?

Of course people’s likes and dislikes tend to change over time, but for most of us, our love for dogs remain the same. How do you think the dogs feel in return?

Did you know a dog can predict your behavior instinctively? He can ‘scent’ what you will do way before you do it. I know mine does. He always knows when I’m going to bathe him, and does his best to run away!

The University of Abertay in Dundee actually did a study and found this to be true. A dog’s ability to ‘predict our desires’ is so keen, perhaps future generations of dogs won’t need that much training! Pretty neat, don’t you think?

For this reason and more, dogs are renowned around the world for their constant devotion, and their right to be called… ‘Man’s best friend.’
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