12 Books About Dogs Every Animal Lover Should Read
Children's books about dogs. SO MANY great books in this list full of classics! Reviews of each.
For The Love Of The Dog by Patricia McConnell-Sure to be another bestseller, Trish McConnell’s latest book takes a look at canine emotions and body language. Like all her books, this one is written in a way that the average dog owner can follow but brings the latest scientific information that trainers and dog enthusiasts can use. Learn about similarities and surprising differences between the canine and human brains and how current scientific studies have led the author to conclude without a doubt that dogs share a profound emotional life with us. A must-read for ALL dog lovers.
There are lots of great books that you can read to learn more about working with fearful dogs. The more you know about and understand fear-based behavior, the better able you’ll be to successfully help your dog. This list is far from complete, and I welcome any suggestions for additions to it. You can find most of them at .
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OK, I'll get down off my soapbox now. If you're looking for some great books about dogs that won't make you cry your eyes out, check out the 12 titles below for some feel-good reading.Because you're never too old to snuggle up with a novel about man's best friend, dog lovers, this one's for you. Whether you're looking for a tear-jerker or old school adventure, we've rounded up 28 classic and lesser-known books about dogs. Has a book character ever made more sense to me than Wallace Wallace does? The football player at the heart of Gordon Korman's novel writes a rant about the sad dog book his English teacher assigns, and refuses to turn in an alternate paper. As punishment, the teacher forces Wallace to take part in the school play, but will that change his attitude toward books about dogs?Personally, I love reading about dogs, and learning as much as I can. Now granted, I have to maintain this blog and provide you with the best, most accurate information possible; however, even if I wouldn't have this “burden” (I love the blog!) over my shoulders, I'd still be reading a lot and learning as much as I can about my pooch. And the thing is… I did: my shelves are collapsing from the amount of dog books I own.These shape puppies are a fun way for preschoolers to learn shapes. They are a great craft to make after reading your favorite picture books about dogs, a reading list is included.Occasionally, I love to dig deep into the science of the dog's brain, trying to figure out why they do things that they do. One of such online researches led me to discover Professor Gregory Berns who specializes in canine neuroscience and cynology, as well as his highly fascinating book. It explains the precise reasons why our pets love us unconditionally, why they do things that they do and what type of actions they expect from us. If you really want to learn about dogs, this is one of the must-have books.