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I had almost given up the search for the perfect trench coat. So many of them are boxy and fit me like a garbage bag. This coat is snug fitting, however. It is maybe a little too snug under the arms (I ordered an extra small). It looks great open but I can still button it up. It is not too long either. I am 5'4" and it comes to right above my knees. I really like the classic styling too. It won't go out of style any time soon. It is the perfect khaki color. The material is not cheap feeling but it isn't too heavy either which is good for me because I live in the South. I haven't worn it in the rain yet, but I imagine it does a decent job of keeping you dry. I am very happy with this coat.

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Since the wolf first snuck into the caves of our ancestors to take warmth from the fire, dogs have been man’s constant companion. Dogs, multi-award-winning photographer Tim Flach’s stunning follow-up to the critically acclaimed Equus, delves deep into the psyche of this enduring bond with Canis familiaris to present an exquisite study of “man’s best friend.†  From specimens on show at Crufts and Westminster to shelter dogs lovingly rescued by volunteers; from the grace and agility of racing greyhounds to adored domestic companions from Afghan hounds to Hungarian komondors to Chinese crested, the images featured in Dogs promise to deliver one of the most appealing, popular, and exciting photographic tributes to dogs ever publ

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Jack: A book about a dog where the dog doesn

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The Golden Retriever has become one of the most preferred breeds the states. Just because of the mass numbers, plenty of biting instances are from this breed of dog. Just as virtually any breed, the Retriever needs a great deal of obedience and behavior instruction. On account of how pleasant and loving this breed comes across, many owners opt to not train them. This choice is obviously a big mistake, because all dogs need training. Read the rest of this entry »
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When it's bath time for your dog, you will know it. A distinctly sharp scent will waft from your furry friend and you could see remnants of a good roll in the mud all over his normally shiny coat. Some dogs embrace bathing and others despise it. If yours gives you difficulty, adjust his preferences with dog training strategies. Read the rest of this entry »