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The Complete Book of Dogs

Barker, A. J.

The Complete Book of Dogs

  • 373 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Frederick Fell Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pets,
  • Dogs

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9391631M
    ISBN 100811906213
    ISBN 109780811906210
    OCLC/WorldCa11425398

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Many of the stories and scenes in the novel are very good -- but it doesn't quite work or come fully together as a novel.

The majority of the fifteen dogs leave the clinic as a pack -- apparently human intelligence isn't quite that individualistic, for one thing -- but in establishing a sense of order this too is winnowed down to size fairly quickly, leaving a smaller group living and foraging together, as well as -- then and later -- some strays more or less on their own.

Not only is Horowitz's language beautifully clear in discussing the science of dogs, but she also unveils her own relationship with her dog in short, prosaic stories scattered throughout the book.

From the moment when you first bring your new puppy home, it will be a very rewarding experience—one that never gets old or boring. While it may use up a lot of space in the book, all that explanation of how dogs and wolves are different ultimately helps us to fully understand why using the "pack mentality" and dominance approach to how one deals with their dog is not appropriate or necessarily productive.

The book has a 4. His latest novel Faith In Every Footstep is now available. If you want the words of veterinarians and experts on dog behavior and training, this is the book for you.

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How do our dogs read social cues? The book also explains how to make your dog comfortable with vet visits and strangers. Dogs are fabulous companions. A wonderful look at the history from the golden age of the dogs and the men that shaped the breed.

Indeed, the book comes highly recommended by most readers and reviewers. In that year, the English clergyman Reverend Davies wrote of hunting in Carhaix with small, bobtailed dogs.

Some even establish close relationships with humans, though it's the rare human that can actually see that the dogs truly possess intelligence and aren't, for example, simply parroting words. Advertisements from the time period.

Reading Jack London is like being transposed into the story itself. While much of the detail of how the dogs find The Complete Book of Dogs book transformed and then The Complete Book of Dogs book life differently or try not to is nicely done, as thought-experiment on the larger scale Fifteen Dogs certainly disappoints.

So then also Atticus: already had a notion of what an ideal or pure dog might be: a creature without the flaws of thought. Find the perfect dog breed for every lifestyle and personality.

Of two tailless puppies in this litter, one proved outstanding. Alexis does well with his characters -- not surprisingly, thinking and talking dogs and Greek gods are fun material to work with -- and is good with the poignant observations and detail, but it doesn't all really add up.

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For anyone interested in the science behind dogs as a species — and wolves as a species for that matter — and using that to fill out the understanding of dogs, this book is a good choice. It was quite the undertaking to compile such a list, but my plan is to update at least annually if not semi-annually.

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