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 The Dog - livre publié en 1852

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MessageSujet: The Dog - livre publié en 1852   Jeu 17 Jan - 1:05

Voici un autre livre ancien "The Dog" publié en 1852. A cette époque les chiens sont divisés en 3 groupes seulement.

Le chapître VII décrit les symptômes d'une inflammation de l'estomac. J'sais pas si ça correspond à ce qu'on appelle la torsion ....

Voici la table des matières :

Preface of the Editor

Chapter I — The Early History and Zoological Classification of the Dog

Chapter II — The Varieties of the Dog. — First Division

Chapter III — The Varieties of the Dog — Second Division

Chapter IV — The Varieties of the Dog — Third Division

Chapter V — The Good Qualities of the Dog and Cruelties

Introduction to Canine Pathology. by the Editor.

Chapter VI — Description of the Skeleton. Diseases of the Nervous System

Chapter VII — Rabies

Chapter VIII — The Eye and its Diseases

Chapter IX — The Ear and its Diseases

Chapter X — Anatomy of the Nose and Mouth; and Diseases of the Nose and other parts of the Face

Chapter XI — Anatomy and Diseases of the Chest

Chapter XII — Anatomy of the Gullet, Stomach, and Intestines

Chapter XIII — Bleeding; Torsion; Castration; Parturition;
and some Diseases Connected with the Organs of Generation


Chapter XIV — The Distemper

Chapter XV — Small-pox; Mange; Warts; Cancer; Fungus Haematodes;
Sore Feet


Chapter XVI — Fractures

Chapter XVII — Medicines used in the Treatment of the Diseases of the Dog

Appendix — New Laws of Coursing

Alphabetical Index


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MessageSujet: Re: The Dog - livre publié en 1852   Jeu 17 Jan - 17:11

Hey bien .... voici un extrait qui parle du GREAT DANISH DOG, CALLED ALSO THE DALMATIAN OR SPOTTED DOG.


The difference between these two breeds consists principally in the size, the Dalmatian being much smaller than the Danish. The body is generally white, marked with numerous small round black or reddish-brown spots. The Dalmatian is said to be used in his native country for the chase, to be easily broken, and stanch to his work. He has never been thus employed in England, but is chiefly distinguished by his fondness for horses, and as being the frequent attendant on the carriages of the wealthy. To that its office seems to be confined; for it rarely develops sufficient sense or sagacity to be useful in any of the ordinary offices of the dog.

[This dog is, perhaps, the tallest of the canine species in existence; the smaller Dane, or "le braque de Bengal," of the French writers, is perhaps a cross of this animal with the pointer or hound, or the original dog degenerated by removal from his native soil. Although these dogs generally display little or no intelligence, and are, in fact, denounced by many writers as being incapable of acquiring sufficient knowledge to make them in any way serviceable for hunting, still we are
led to believe that these latent qualities might be developed in this breed as well as any other of his particular physical construction.

We had a little Dane in our possession, whom we instructed, with little trouble, in a variety of tricks; although at first surly and stupid, he soon exhibited great aptness and pleasure in repeating the various lessons which we taught him. If he had been younger we might have given him an opportunity of displaying himself in the field, as we are
confident, from his tractable disposition, that he might have been tutored, with perseverance, even sufficiently well to stand upon game.
The dogs of Epirus were supposed to have been spotted like the Dalmatian, if not of the same breed. These dogs may also be the "spotted hounds" given by Pan to Diana.

Let the little Dane's intellectual abilities be what they may, long habit and association have so intimately connected him with the stable and its occupants that he seems no longer fit for any other purpose than that of following in the wake of the carriages of the wealthy. This he does with peculiar fondness and singular ingenuity; for, although constantly by the side or at the heels of the horses, or under the tongue of the vehicle, his sure retreat when attacked by other dogs, who seem to have an antipathy for these pampered and fancy attendants on the affluent, he seldom or never is trod upon, or otherwise injured.

The little Dane is often a good ratter; and a gentleman of this city informs me that his dogs not only exhibit an attachment to horses in general, but that one of them has a particular partiality for an old carriage-horse, with whom he has been intimately associated for many years, and always greets his return to the stable with every demonstration of delight, by jumping up and kissing him, &c.--L.]

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MessageSujet: Re: The Dog - livre publié en 1852   Jeu 17 Jan - 18:55

faudrait vraiment que j'apprenne l'anglais sur le sens du monde un de ces quatres...
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MessageSujet: Re: The Dog - livre publié en 1852   Jeu 17 Jan - 21:36

Wowww c vieux ca

c plus vieux que moua en tk

merci je traduis et lis ca, Henry m a donné un lien pour traduire qui est super,
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