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It has been said that every doctor should have a hobby, and Dr. Dan Gordon of New York City is a good example of this. A true dog-lover, he has for many years been interested in the Boxer, having owned and bred several champions. Sixteen years ago he brought out his first book on this breed. This year he presents the sixth edition, which is a complete description of the origin, development, breeding, showing, training, kenneling, and feeding of the Boxer.
In addition, there is a general dog manual which applies to dogs of any breed. Although not written from the viewpoint of the veterinarian, there is a short chapter on the common diseases of the dog and first-aid measures, including a paragraph on the eyes!
The book is profusely illustrated not only with good photographs and amusing cartoons but also anatomical drawings. It is recommended for those who own
The Boxer. AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1957;57(3):481–482. doi:10.1001/archopht.1957.00930050493028
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