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A listing of Mr. Smith's books are listed below. Additional editions may have been published, but this information is not provided. Also, there could be other books that were authored by this writer.

British Dogs at Work. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1906. Illustrations were provided by G. Vernon Stokes.

Everymans Book of the Dog. London: England Hodder & Stoughton, 1910.

The Power of the Dog. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1911. Maud Earl was the illustrator.

The Enemy's Dog. London: Country Life, 1914 (noted as being the complete Country Life Magazine for November, 1914).

Greyhound Racing and Breeding. London: Gay & Hancock Ltd.,1927. Now a Vintage Dog Books Breed Classic, printed by Read Books, U.K. (2005).

Tail-waggers - Art Edition. London: Country Life, 1931. Malcolm Nicholson was the artist.

About Our Dogs: The Breeds and their Management. London: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd.,1931.

Gun Dogs Their Training, Working & Management. London, Seeley, Service & Co., 1932.

Hounds & Dogs, etc. (the title is very, very long). London: Seeley, Service & Co. Ltd.,1932. Also published by Philadelphia: Lippincott (1943). It was part of the Lonsdale Library series, listed as Volume 13.

Terriers: Their Training, Working & Management. London: Seeley, Service & Co., Ltd., 1937.

Sporting Dogs. London, Country Life Ltd., 1938

British Dogs, Britain in Pictures Series. London: Adprint Limited, 1945.

Dogs Since 1900. London: Andrew Dakers Ltd., 1950. A section of this book was published as a separate book entitled Gun Dogs in 1951.

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