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Wellington; The World of HorsesRegular price $145.00 Save $-145.00
Author Holly Peterson's 'Wellington: The World of Horses' goes behind the scenes and inside the rings at the world’s largest and longest competitive equestrian horse show in Wellington, Florida. At this competition, known as the Winter Equestrian Festival, no matter where a rider comes from or how they land in the ring, one thing is certain: It takes a steadfast determination to beat the best in the world.
Pages: 215 Hardcover
Puppy Problems; The Dog's Eyeview on Caring For Your PetRegular price $19.99 Save $-19.99
You just got home with your brand-new puppy: you walked in the door together, he peed a little on the floor, you mopped it up, and now you're sitting looking at each other.
What next? If you've had the foresight to buy a copy of Puppy Problems: The Dog's Eye View, you'll already have a plan. Not only is it an indispensable guide to the first year - and beyond - but it's also the first book to look at situations from the puppy's, as well as the human's, point of view.
Dog cognition studies are on the rise; science knows more than it ever has about the ways in which dogs think and feel. And if you are able to take a puppy-level view of your new pet's life, it will help you to understand why he loves what he loves, what things might scare him - and how you can help him to overcome his fear - and why he does the things you'd prefer he didn't do (so that you can come up with kind, constructive ways to get him to stop).
In a sensible, easy-to-follow text that offers invaluable insights into the world as seen through your puppy's eyes, you’ll find essential guidance on: eating, sleeping, playing, training, socialising (both with people and with other dogs), problem-solving, and building the best-ever relationship with your puppy.
Sophie Collins is a writer and editor who has authored 9 books on dogs and dog cognition, including the bestselling Tail Talk (2006; translated into 12 languages) and Tricks and Games for a Smarter Dog (2016), which won the Training Books Category in the 2017 Annual Awards of the Dog Writers Association of America. She lives in Lewes, Sussex, in the south of England.
• A guide to the all-important first year of dog-ownership
• The first series to look at life from the canine - as well as the human - point of view
• Includes up-to-the-minute studies of dog behaviour
100 colour photographs and 15 illustrations
Dimension: 234mm X 170mm
Horses of IcelandRegular price $225.00 Save $-225.00
With a unique gentle spirit, acute intelligence, a sturdy muscular build, and thick fur coats in a remarkable range of colors, the Icelandic horse is a special breed and beloved creature for the inhabitants of its native Iceland, and for horse lovers the world over.
Over a five-year period, Argentinian photographer Guadalupe Laiz undertook an extraordinary photographic project to capture and celebrate the pastoral beauty and pure grace of these magnificent horses in their natural habitat--the rugged, raw, and often otherworldly terrain of the country of Iceland.
The Horses of Iceland is a stunning and vivid photography collection providing thrilling glimpses of the many types of Icelandic horses in the wild and in rare communal moments with man, taking the reader on a breathtaking visual journey and an inspirational experience.
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Dog: Portraits of Eighty Eight DogsRegular price $69.99 Save $-69.99
Tein Lucasson loves ALL dogs. And he has been since he can think.
For this reason, the graphic designer, art director and producer uses photos of dogs sent to him by his fans and friends to create high-quality artistic images that look like paintings of old masters: from the Labrador in an aristocratic coat with a ruff to the promenade mix in a sailor's uniform. Each dog has its own unmistakable character, which Tein brings closer to its readers in witty, bizarre and thoughtful texts.
Goats And Sheep: A Portrait FarmRegular price $59.99 Save $-59.99
A selection of goats and sheep portraits in a profile, a sideward glance, or direct gaze.
When American photographer Kevin Horan moved from city to country, he found among his animal companions goats and sheep whose chorus of sounds suggested they were not just herd animals, but perhaps individuals as well.
Experienced in portraiture, Horan decided to photograph them in his studio, as though they were privileged clients.
The resulting images ask us to notice the variety, dignity, and personalities of these lowliest of creatures, who speak to us through the camera in a profile, a sideward glance, or direct gaze.
With different coats, faces, and expressions, they are funny, fascinating, intelligent, curious, engaging "others" who command our undivided attention and respect.
They remind us that we too are fellow creatures - and the camera isn't always on us.
Goats and Sheep. A Portrait Farm Hardback edition by Kevin Horan
Product dimensions 237 x 330 x 17mm