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by Ted Wood

ePub Bear Dogs: Canines with a Mission download
Author:
Ted Wood
ISBN13:
978-0802787590
ISBN:
0802787592
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Publisher:
Walker Childrens (March 1, 2001)
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Subcategory:
Animals
ePub file:
1730 kb
Fb2 file:
1939 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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794

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Carrie Hunt's dogs are obsessed with bears. Gr. 4-6. This entry into the Canines with a Mission series introduces Karelian bear dogs. The dogs, originally from Finland, were once bear hunters. These 50 pound bundles of energy and courage routinely take on 400 pound grizzly bears - and win. For centuries. Now, Carrie Hunt uses them to keep grizzly and black bears out of trouble. Many bears today are comfortable with humans, in settings as diverse as backyards and national parks, but they have become a danger to people and to themselves; bears that destroy property are often put down.

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Carrie Hunt's dogs are obsessed with bears. For centuries, Karelian Bear Dogs have been famous in Russian and Finland for their bear hunting abilities. Carrie has taught these dogs a new trick, using their instinct and energy to steer problem bears away from trouble.

Carrie Hunt's dogs are obsessed with bears. These 50 pound bundles of energy and courage routinely take on 400 pound grizzly bears - and win. For centuries, Karelian Bear Dogs have been famous in Russian and Finland for their bear hunting abilities. Carrie has taught these dogs a new trick, using their instinct and energy to steer problem bears away from trouble.

As people and bears come together more and more frequently - in backyards, national parks, and wilderness areas - some bears are losing their natural fear of humans, endangering people's lives, and causing hundreds of thousands of dollars of property damage each year. If a bear cannot be taught to stay away from people, it has to be destroyed. Carrie, a bear biologist, has trained her unique canine team to teach wayward bears form Montana to Alaska a lesson they will never forget.

These endearing dogs, as gentle and loving with people as they are fearless with bears, are bringing a humane solution to this modern dilemma, allowing people and bears to share the wilderness they both love.

  • Beautiful book with large, glossy photographs of a most handsome breed of dog! The book is more of a coffee table book rather than a history of the Karelian bear dog and made a perfect gift to give the people who bought our puppies.

  • I own a Karelian and just love her. The author knows her stuff and loved the pictures too. A must for those that are fortunate to own a dog like these.

  • Recipient loved the book, had been unable to get a concentrated source of information on this fascinating breed before this book.

  • I was expecting details to learn more about this breed. This book is just a nice story about the dogs, and seems more geared towards children. I have had fun reading this book to my child under five, and my one year old loves the pictures. If you are considering owning this breed and want to learn about this breed, this is not the book.

  • As advertised. Great book if you want basic information about Bear dogs.

  • Didn't realize it was a children's book.

  • In an effort to protect bears and people, biologist Carrie Hunt uses black and white husky-like Karelia bear dogs from Finland to try to scare bears away from people and people food. Carrie and her partners give the dogs orders such as "bark at the bear." Follows the biologists and dogs on several bear incidents outing. Offers a list of advice to campers and hikers to keep a good bear a good bear. Interesting look at a little known topic. Karen Woodworth-Roman, Children's Science Book Review