The Body Language and Emotion of Dogs: A Practical Guide to the Physical and Behavioral Displays Owners and Dogs Exchange and How to Use Them to Create a Lasting Bond
Why do dogs and their woners, both social animals, often have problems? As a practicing veterinarian, Dr. Milani found that many owners fail to understand the meaning of dogs' behavioral displays. By mistaking territoriality for spite, dominant behavior for love, and making other false interpretations, owners often respond inappropriately. Many owners also fail to grasp ho...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published October 28th 1993 by Harper Paperbacks
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I didn't learn as much as i wanted from this book -- not sure if it was her writing style, or her wordiness. No matter, i am a firm believer in readinig as much as i can so it was not a wasted effort. I did prefer Turid Rugaas' "On Talking with Dogs: Calming Signals."