How do dogs perceive the world about
them? How do they see, hear, learn,
relate to their owners? How large are their
brains, what is their emotional makeup?
Why do they suffer from stress and how
can it be coped with?
Cited by the Dog Writers Association of
America as the Best Technical Book of
1972 and still just as applicable today, this
manual interprets the physiological and
psychological make-up of the dog --
allowing the owner to achieve optimum
training results.
After more than 9 seasons as TV’s Dog
Whisperer, Cesar Millan has a new
mission: to use his unique insights about
dog psychology to create stronger,
happier relationships between humans
and their canine companions.
One of the most famous and beloved
experts in dog psychology shows us how
to communicate with our canine
companions. This is the only book to show
us what dogs are trying to tell us, not just
how we can control them.
Yes, humans and canines are different
species, but current research provides
fascinating, irrefutable evidence that what
we share with our dogs is greater than
how we vary.
The powerful bond between humans and
dogs is one that’s uniquely cherished.
Loyal, obedient, and affectionate, they
are truly “man’s best friend.”
The Other End of the Leash shares a
revolutionary, new perspective on our
relationship with dogs, focusing on our
behavior in comparison with that of dogs.
This easy-to-follow guide draws on Jan's
countless case histories of problem
dogs—from biters and barkers to bicycle
chasers—to show how you can bridge the
language barrier that separates you from
your dog.
The answers will surprise and delight you
as Alexandra Horowitz, a cognitive
scientist, explains how dogs perceive their
daily worlds, each other, and that other
quirky animal, the human.
A firsthand exploration of the
extraordinary abilities and surprising,
sometimes life-saving talents of “working
dogs”—pups who can sniff out drugs, find
explosives, even locate the dead.
How Dogs Think gives you the insight that
you need to understand the silly, quirky,
and apparently irrational behaviors that
dogs demonstrate, as well as those
stunning flashes of brilliance and
creativity that they also can display.
Yawning, lip-licking, sneezing, even
scratching are just a few of the 30-plus
signals or that dogs use to communicate
with one another.
There are at least 68 million dogs in
America, and their owners lavish billions
of dollars on them every year. So why do
so many pampered pets have problems?
Copyright 2016 © Barry M. Baker
Dog Psychology