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Books and Web Sites about Beagles

Looking for more information on Beagle? You've come to the right place! Turn to these books and Web sites — all about Beagle — whether you want to delve further into training, learn more about adoption, find cool Beagle photos, or find products for your Snoopy dog.

Beagle books

Here are a few great books about raising and training dogs, Beagle or otherwise, that you might want to add to your collection, if you have one (and if you don't, why not start one right now?):

  • Dogs For Dummies, 2nd Edition, by Gina Spadafori (Wiley, 2000)

  • First Aid For Dogs: An Owner's Guide to a Happy, Healthy Pet by Stefanie Schwartz (Howell Book House, 1998)

  • The Holistic Dog Book: Canine Care for the 21st Century by Denise Flaim (Howell Book House, 2003)

  • Housetraining For Dummies by Susan McCullough (Wiley, 2002)

  • The Power of Positive Dog Training by Pat Miller (Howell Book House, 2001)

  • Senior Dogs For Dummies by Susan McCullough (Wiley, 2004)

  • The Beagle, Marcia Foy, Anna Katherine Nicholas (TFH Publications, 1985):

  • The New Beagle, J & A Musladin, & Ada Lueke (Howell Book House, 1998):

  • Training Your Beagle, Kristine Kraeuter (Barron's Educational Series, 2001).

  • Beagle Basics: Training the Hunting Beagle, Bill Bennett (Doral, 1995)

  • Beagles Today, Andrew Brace (Ring Press, UK, 1997)

  • Ultimate Beagle: Natural Born Rabbit Dog, Robert Mason (OTR, 1997)

  • An Owners Guide to the Pet Beagle, Richard Roth (HOW, 1996)

  • The Beagle Annual, 4401 Zephyr St., Wheat Ridge, CO 80033-3299, comes out each year

Beagle Web sites

The World Wide Web has loads of resources for Beagle lovers and other dog devotees. Here are some of the best Web sites:

  • The American Kennel Club has all you need to know about dog shows and other canine activities, plus info on events and breeds.

  • The National Beagle Club of America site tells you everything you may want to know about showing and competing with Beagles and then some.

  • Show Beagle is a Web site full of all the information a Beagle owner needs to enter the competitive dog show world.

  • The Association of Pet Dog Trainers site has a searchable database to help you find a trainer in your area.

  • The Beagle FAQ is a great source of answers to many of your Beagle questions.

  • Beagle World is full of informative on the history of the breed, health concerns, care and feeding, etc.

  • Healthypet.com, the American Animal Hospital Association's Web site designed to give pet owners information about nutrition, common health problems, preventive care, training tips, and a searchable database to help you find an animal hospital near you.

  • I-Barc (Internet Beagle Aficionado Club) is email group for beagle people.

  • The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) site includes a listing of veterinary specialty organizations whose members can help you deal with special problems your Beagle may have.

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