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Canine Form Follows Function: Separating Fact from Fiction

Jeanne Joy

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I think some members on the board will be interested in my soon-to-be-released book, Canine Form Follows Function: Separating Fact from Fiction


This important book belongs in the library of every dog owner, breeder, trainer, and competitor who is serious about structure, functional anatomy, and physiology that enable working and performance dogs to excel be it in agility, herding, obedience, tracking, or retrieving.

Canine Form Follows Function is meticulously researched. The material is clearly presented and richly illustrated so that it is easy to understand.

Get a better understanding of 

• Musculoskeletal anatomy
• Slow and fast twitch muscles
• How muscles affect movement
• Functional soundness 
• Dynamics of gait
• Importance of the trot to sprint transition
• Common dog show myths
• Correct bone structure
• Why dogs trot, pace, or overdrive
• What causes bad bites
• Canine longevity
• And much more


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