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Talk to Your Dog: How to Communicate With Your Pet by Susie Green (2005)
Author Susie Green supplements her easy-to-read text with illustrations to help readers better understand what our canine friends’ physical appearance, postures, etc., are telling us. Most dog owners will already know much of this information, but the anecdotes the author shares from old newspaper articles and journals about dog behavior are fascinating. The reader will be struck by how much different life is for our pampered 21st century pets. When I was a kid, everyone owned a mutt, and Gus the overweight Bassett hound freely roamed the school yard looking for pets, and treats. If you have a dog Talk to Your Dog is a must read.
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