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Clifford Hubbard books:

Observer's Book of Dogs. London: Frederick Warne & Co. Ltd. (1945) (1946) (1948) (1951) (1954) (1957) (1959)

Working Dogs of the World. London: Sidgwick & Jackson (1947)

Dogs in Britain. London: MacMillan Co. (1948), 471 pp..

Introduction to the Literature of British Dogs. Privately printed by author. (1949)

The Dachshund Handbook. London: Nicholson & Watson (1950)

The Afghan Hound. London: Nicholson & Watson (1951) (1957) (1964)

The Pekingese Handbook. London: Nicholson & Watson  (1951) (1957)

The Cardiganshire Corgi. London: Nicholson & Watson (1952)

The Pembrokshire Corgi. London: Nicholson & Watson (1952)

The Dalmation Handbook. London: Nicholson & Watson (1953) (1957). Printed in 1988 by Nimrod Press. Beech Publishing (1988)

The Complete Dog Breeders' Manual. London: Sampson, Low (1954)

The Bullmastiff Handbook, etc. London: Nicholson & Watson (1957). Likely, it is the same book for Nimrod Press Ltd. (1988). Beech Publishing House in 2002.

The English Setter Handbook. London: Nicholson & Watson (1958)

The Yorkshire Terrier Handbook: London: Nicholson & Watson (1958)

A Kennel of Dogs. London: Paul Elek (1977)


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