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Affe trifft Wolf

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Der Mensch stammt vom Affen ab, der Hund vom Wolf. Doch warum haben wir uns den Wolf ausgesucht, um mit ihm zu leben und nicht den Affen? Welche Vorteile hat es uns gebracht, dass wir uns gemeinsam mit den sozial orientierten Kaniden weiterentwickelt und von ihnen gelernt haben? Günther Bloch und Radinger, Elli H beschäftigen sich mit der Frage, wie die Ko-Evolution von ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published April 1st 2012 by Franckh Kosmos Verlag
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Cooperation instead of domination is the isy in the relationship with your dog. Let him/her be who they are.
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Günther Bloch is a German cynologist and author.

He created a "dog farm" in the Eifel region in 1977, and was a founder of the German Wolf Protection Society. He has published a number of books and numerous articles on wolf behavior, and has also studied the behavior of wild dogs.

He moved to Canada in 2010.
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