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Iris Maxfield
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I did rather muddy the waters there.
I think its a very useful book to have, any one studying to become a canine health professional may want to invest in a more detailed study.

Another of her books that was always in my training bag in the days of teaching agility classes, Jumping A to Z coaching the canine athlete, to have clear visual examples of different trajectory.
Examples of Ectomorphic, endomorphic and mesomophic breeds convincing the first time agility newbie keen to have the next competition dog, that there are breeds that may be disadvantaged.

1995 Still lots of good information relevant today, includes the differences in canine/equine trajectory.
Another oldie but goodie.