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Thank you Pattie. Since my boy doesn't like to sport a long coat, I keep him mostly in a longer puppy cut, (panting like crazy, we play very much so he gets really dusty, likes to swim, rainy country...so all in all it's just better for everyone him having shorter coat). I believe that's a good book, but I just don't need it that much :-). I didn't no it's only about grooming, so thnx, you helped me already.
I looked on Amazon for that book by Dorothy Goodale. Out of 16 reviews 6 people give it 1 star. You can read comments like this one:
'I was very disappointed with this book, since it completely ignored health issues that should be watched in the breed. The book seems quite generic in nature and could apply to almost any breed.'
And this is exactly the reason why I'm asking which books are good. I want to avoid this kind of generic info books. With so many similar reviews I won't be buying this one.
Kind of information that I would like to read is mostly about character, health, and some specific havanese things. History of the breed and that kind of stuff I can find everywhere on the net, and I feel that as not being breeder i don't have anything on that sort of information.
To sum it up, I'm looking for some useful information I think.
What about "Bichon Havanese" by Zoila Portuondo Guerra?
Have a good day all.