behavioranalysishistory / Bibliography: Historical Animal Training Library
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Bibliography: Historical Animal Training Library

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Bauman, D. 1986. Beyond Basic Dog Training. New York, New York: Howell Book House.

 

Beebe, F.  1984.  A falconry manual.  Hancock House Publishers Ltd.  Surrey, B.C.  196 pp.

 

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