In 1914 the recommended present for Christmas was a dog. It is important of course, to pick the “right” dog for your little son or daughter. Country Life in America featured an article on how to pick that puppy for that special Christmas gift.
Several dogs were featured in the magazine. The author diligently discussed the benefits of the different breeds recommended. There were several cute little dogs featured. It is advised that a toy dog in the Department store can cost as much as $50.00 so the author advised everyone to get a real dog that would bring special memories for years to come.
Read all about the different breeds and what to look for as you choose the best gift for your child.
Country Life In America
“Why Not a Dog?” by James Watson
Volume XXVII Number 2