The Dog in Photography 1839–Today book
With more than 400 canine portraits, this book is a graphic tribute to our best four-legged friends and a unique history of canine photography. From the 19th century to the first decade of the 21st, we discover how the camera has been a key testimonial to our inexhaustible affection for dogs, capturing their beauty, character, joy and unwavering friendship.
Hardcover, 5.5 x 7.7 in., 2.89 lb., 688 pages
To help you find the best measure, here are some tips:
Measure the neck area and give one to two fingers of slack to find the perfect measurement. The final result must fit within one of the following forks
|Measure||Adjustable inner diameter||necklace width|
|S||from 20.3 to 30.5cm||1.9cm|
|M||from 30.5 to 38cm||1.9cm|
|L||from 38 to 45.7cm||2.5cm|
Measure the neck area and the area behind the front legs and give one to two fingers of slack to find the perfect measurement. The final result must fit within one of the following forks
|Measure||Neck diameter||Back Diameter Legs||recommended breeds|
|XS||from 21 to 28cm||from 31 to 38cm|
|S||from 25.5 to 35.5cm||from 35.5 to 56cm||Cocker Spaniel, Jack Russell Terrier, Shih Tzu, Pug, Boston Terrier|
|M||from 30.5 to 45.5cm||from 45.5 to 71cm||Border Collie, Australian Shepherd, Beagle, French Bulldog, Corgi|
|L||from 40.5 to 53cm||from 61 to 96.5cm||Golden Retriever, Pit Bull, German Shepherd, Standard Poodle, Labrador Retriever|
We have a strap measure with which different positions can be achieved.
Total distance (from carabiner to carabiner): 1.95m
First walking position (long): 1.67m
Second walking position (average): 1.22m
Third walking position (short): 1.05m
*All positions are achieved with the same product
*Being a handmade product, there may be a tolerance of +/- 10cm.
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