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Riassunto: The publisher believes that this book is *** "a first of its kind in the modern era." *** After extensive research back until the early 1900's he was unable to find a memoir written by a breed founder. The Shiloh Shepherd Story narrates with candor and frankness the story of how the Shiloh Shepherd dog came to be a living reality. Few of us have any real conception of what is involved in the birth of a new dog breed, or the difficulties and setbacks that seem necessarily to go along with the process. Tina Barber's tenacity in pursuit of her vision, her refusal to give up in the face of adversity, make up the elements of an inspiring real-life drama of triumph through faith, in her God, in herself, in her dream, in her dogs. This book is probably unlike any dog book you have ever read: rip-roaring, gripping, exciting a spiritual and canine thriller! Endorsed by the Oak Ridge Boys, foreward by Fred Lanting, renowned GSD expert, and J. Jeffrey Bragg of the Seppellas project. 194 p. Includes a 4 page color photo insert with over an additional 90 photo's. Breed Standard Illustrations by Linda Shaw,MBA *** Perfect Bound, Case: 80# Gloss Coated, Text: 60# Euro Art Silk ***.
Dall'editore: "We believe this book to be the first of its kind. We have done extensive research back to the early 1900's and were unable to find any memoirs of a breed founder!" - Dr. John Patrick Grace, Publisher Mid-Atlantic Highlands.
Beautifully told by the Breed Founder. It is a "Narrative nonfiction, biography/memoir for lovers of dogs, with a twist of Erin Brockovich " - W. Lass Editorial Coordinator.
Endorsed by the Oak Ridge Boys! William Lee Golden(the Mountain Man) is pictured on the back cover with Shiloh Shepherd GV CH "Charley".
Titolo: The Shiloh Shepherd Story: Against the Wind ...
Casa editrice: Mid-Atlantic Highlands
Data di pubblicazione: 2006
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Mid-Atlantic Highlands, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria SONG0977197824
Descrizione libro Mid-Atlantic Highlands, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0977197824