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    The Dog's Mind

    £12.99
    How do dogs perceive the world about them? How do they see, hear, learn and relate to their owners? How large are their brains, what is their emotional make-up? Why do they suffer from stress, anxiety and how can it be coped with? This title is suitable for all those professionals involved with dogs, and for the seriously interested dog owner.
    ISBN: 9780720719642
    AuthorFogle, Bruce
    PublisherNamePenguin Books Ltd
    Pub Date15/06/1992
    BindingTRADE PB
    Pages224

    What is your dog really thinking?

    How do dogs see the world about them?

    How do they hear, learn and relate to their owners?
    Why do they suffer from stress and anxiety, and how can we help them cope?

    The Dog's Mind is the answer to all your questions on how the canine mind works. Engaging, entertaining and essential, this book is not only the key text of many dog behaviour diploma and degree courses, but also a joyful and insightful read for any dog owner. Combining almost 50 years of practical experience as a veterinarian with an extensive understanding of the relevant research, Dr Bruce Fogle has written the definitive book for anyone who wants to understand their dog.
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    What is your dog really thinking?

    How do dogs see the world about them?

    How do they hear, learn and relate to their owners?
    Why do they suffer from stress and anxiety, and how can we help them cope?

    The Dog's Mind is the answer to all your questions on how the canine mind works. Engaging, entertaining and essential, this book is not only the key text of many dog behaviour diploma and degree courses, but also a joyful and insightful read for any dog owner. Combining almost 50 years of practical experience as a veterinarian with an extensive understanding of the relevant research, Dr Bruce Fogle has written the definitive book for anyone who wants to understand their dog.