The Ultimate series takes the serious animal lover on a journey into the finer points of dog breeds and dog care, horses, birds and fish. Each book is written by a panel of experts who specialize in distinct areas of interest to pet lovers, including history, breeding, showing, training, and health and veterinary care. Fully illustrated and coffee-table sized, these books also make great gifts for the committed pet enthusiast.
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"This volume explores the life and achievements of William Strudwick Arrasmith, one of architecture's defining artists during the short-lived era of streamline design. It examines Arrasmith's development as architect, focusing on his work for Greyhound during their streamline era from 1937 to 1958. A full chronology of Arrasmith's firms and commissions is also included"--Provided by publisher.
At the end of 1968 the muscular Zoom Top was already regarded by many as one of greatest racing greyhounds Australia had ever seen. By the time recurring injury forced her into retirement in early 1970, Zoom Top had swept all before her in a series of thrilling victories, downing some of the best racers in the country over a variety of distances. Her amazing versatility remains unchallenged to this day…no greyhound before, or since, has ever registered such a series of mind-boggling performances over such a long period. Was she a freak, as some suggested, or simply one of the most gifted and intelligent racers of all time? Zoom Top, despite the passage of time, remains the yardstick by which true greatness is measured.