Man's Best Friend (1911)
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Here are some valuable prize dogs, rightly described as man's best friends; a title however, that probably the horse would be inclined to dispute with them. The little Yorkshire terrier, whose value is in inverse ratio to his weight. The large St. Bernard perhaps deserves our title of Friend of Man more than any other dog, since he has earned his reputation for philanthropy by his prowess in saving human life in the snows of the Alps; for which purpose it is trained by the Monks of St. Bernard. A very fine specimen of a prize Collie; this golden coat and white ruff are marks of great beauty. The Yiourouk is a famous sporting dog bred by the peasants of Smyrna, and used in hunting the wild boar. Here are five little toy terriers. Meal time is approaching, and they know that if they are not good they will get no breakfast.
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