Yes, but only a certain kind of friend. One who could handle all the sex talk and who is interessted in what animals and humans have in common.
The little girl with bulimia. I had never before consideded her fear and how it could relate to the fear animals have when they have to do something risky to eat.
It covers everything from sexy body language comparisons to weight problems. Truly comprehensive and enlightening.
It is overwhelming how much we have to learn from each other. Animal doctors and human doctors. Having worked in a few vet clinics, I knew something was up, but I would have had no idea that they did not communicate more.
There is some odd and disgusting stuff in this book too. I found myself blushing as I was walking around with my headphones on fearing the reaction of those around me if the headphones popped out and they could suddenly hear the odd stuff I was listening to. Listening to it a second time helped me, as I was so distracted the first time, I was shocked at how much I had missed.
In a world filled with many religious viewpoints, your books summary should warn people that you will be preaching Christianity and not just Health.
There were a few things I had not thought of that I may actually do. Nothing life-changing. It is mostly be positive, think positive, act... but gives a few tips on how to do that.
It's not really a book. Just a short overview
ways to not just listen but really look like I am listening.
Yes, I have, and to other dog trainers, but only if you want to cry. He is so over the top with his anthropomorphism, and yet it was ok because he was fully knowledgeable of this fact.
This is not just a story about a dog it is so full of actual knowledge in animal behavior. I could not compare it to another book on behavior but the author obviously did his research on up to date science.
Yes, but I only wished that dogs never grow old and it was only a story. Not real life that had to end. It ended as it should have, as real life does, but I could have stopped in the middle and forever remembered that dog living his beautiful life in the country, hunting and hanging out with his friends.
Sure, I would recommend it, but to most people I may recommend skipping the first half of the book unless they really want to be boggled with the very scientific end.
no, but I did want to get back to it every-time I left it alone for a bit
Her great insight into the animal mind from a very unique perspective. It is her insight into livestock and horses that helped me most. Couldn't say I always agree with her on the dog related information.
For a bit I was totally offended on her view of the AKC dog breeder. Not that I am one but they do not all have such a one sited view on raising dogs just for looks. There were other things that really pissed me off in the earlier chapters but later she stated that this was not always the case. Kind of wish she had done that sooner.
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