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Hunting Dogs

Oliver Hartley

1. 00 - Introduction
2. 01 - Part I: Hunting Dogs, Chapter 1: Night Hunting
3. 02 - Part I: Hunting Dogs, Chapter 2: The Night Hunting Dog -- His Ancestry
4. 03 - Part I: Hunting Dogs, Chapter 3: Training the Hunting Dog
5. 04 - Part I: Hunting Dogs, Chapter 4: Training the Coon Dog
6. 05 - Part I: Hunting Dogs, Chapter 5: Training for Skunk, Opossum and Mink
7. 06 - Part I: Hunting Dogs, Chapter 6: Wolf and Coyote Hunting
8. 07 - Part I: Hunting Dogs, Chapter 7: Training for Squirrels and Rabbits
9. 08 - Part I: Hunting Dogs, Chapter 8: Training the Deer Hound
10. 09 - Part I: Hunting Dogs, Chapter 9: Training -- Specific Things to Teach
11. 10 - Part I: Hunting Dogs, Chapter 10: Training -- Random Suggestions from Many Sources
12. 11 - Part II: Breeding and Care of Dogs, Chapter 11: Selecting the Dog
13. 12 - Part II: Breeding and Care of Dogs, Chapter 12: Care and Breeding
14. 13 - Part II: Breeding and Care of Dogs, Chapter 13: Breeding (Continued)
15. 14 - Part II: Breeding and Care of Dogs, Chapter 14: Breeding (Continued)
16. 15 - Part II: Breeding and Care of Dogs, Chapter 15: Peculiarities of Dogs and Practical Hints
17. 16 - Part II: Breeding and Care of Dogs, Chapter 16: Ailments of the Dog
18. 17 - Part III: Dog Lore, Chapter 17: Still Trailers vs. Tonguers -- Music
19. 18 - Part III: Dog Lore, Chapter 18: The Dog on the Trap Line
20. 19 - Part III: Dog Lore, Chapter 19: Sledge Dogs of the North
21. 20 - Part IV: The Hunting Dog Family, Chapter 20: American Fox Hounds
22. 21 - Part IV: The Hunting Dog Family, Chapter 21: The Beagle, Dachshund and Basset Hounds
23. 22 - Part IV: The Hunting Dog Family, Chapter 22: Pointers and Setters. Spaniels
24. 23 - Part IV: The Hunting Dog Family, Chapter 23: Terriers -- Airedales
25. 24 - Part IV: The Hunting Dog Family, Chapter 24: Scotch Collies. House and Watch Dogs
26. 25 - Part IV: The Hunting Dog Family, Chapter 25: A Farmer Hunter -- His Views
27. 26 - Table of Technical Terms

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Summary

The title of this book quotes its object. To tell something of night hunting, and especially to suggest how the ever necessary dog can best be selected, trained, maintained and utilized, is the consideration of first importance. To round out the subject all forms of hunting will receive some notice, and the various breeds of dogs will be so far dealt with, that their value and usefulness in their given fields may be determined. Best of all, the contents of this volume are based on the opinions and declarations of men who have had years of experience in the matters on which they presume to write.(Extracted from the Introduction)