Inside of a Dog explains these things and much more. The answers can be surprising—once we set aside our natural inclination to anthropomorphize dogs. Inside of a Dog also contains up-to-the-minute research—on dogs’ detection of disease, the secrets of their tails, and their skill at reading our attention—that Horowitz puts into useful context.
Chris Can't Wait To Read It..From the bestselling author who writes "the most utterly compelling translation of dog to human I have ever seen" (Jeffrey Masson), a groundbreaking guide to giving our dogs the happiest, healthiest lives
A thoroughly engaging and thoughtful consideration of the ways in which humans can benefit from closer attention to the ways of animals. Dr. Virga describes his conversion from emergency room clinician to behavioral vet medicine, then shares his experiences treating problems experienced by animals both domestic and exotic. His insights into the animal mind have the potential to inform our relationships with our own companion animals.
Buddy, the first Seeing Eye dog in the United States. In 1927 Morris Frank was a 20-year-old student at Vanderbilt University. Frank's father read him an article by Dorothy Eustis from Switzerland about shepherds training dogs to lead blind people. Frank went Europe and trained very hard with a dog bred and trained to lead a blind person. Buddy helped fight for the rights of people with special challenges. Many of the principles and ideas Mr. Frank lobbied for are now law, thanks to the ADA.