Bronwen Dickey

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“That is yet another marvel and mystery of the dog: it is the only animal that will place our safety and survival above its own.”
Bronwen Dickey, Pit Bull: The Battle over an American Icon

“If trained animal professionals with years of dog-handling experience aren’t good at visually identifying breeds, then what does that say about the rest of us?”
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“Dogs have evolved to understand us better over the millennia, but in modern pet culture we appear doomed to understand them less.”
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