I found the scientific information regarding learning theory and the intelligence of dogs very interesting and useful. I'm sure I will return to these sections again and study them more closely.
Mr. Bradshaw's statement that dogs are "only pets" these days and should have the "hunt, herd, gaurd" bred out of them to make them better companions is offensive. 99% of the people I know with hunting dogs, hunt with them. Including myself. And they are still great pets. Mr. Bradshaw shows such diligence in his research until he gets to this point. He states no statistics, facts or studies showing how many people use thier dogs for the functions they were intended for. He instead starts saying things like "most" and "many"- where are the numbers?
This book was great in bits and pieces, I couldn't listen to it all at once as it had a lot of detailed information that needed to be digested. I'm sure there are chapters I will study again.
OMG! 30 hours of listening this and then that terrible ending. And then he pulls off with a fleating postscript the death of half of the the only truly happy people in the book. And I have never wanted to throttle a teenage girl like I wanted to AMY,I hope he does do another book and correct all the plot errors of this one. Oh and one more thing NEVER TRUST A BOOK STEPHEN KING RAVES ABOUT is my new rule of thumb.
The number of gay sex scenes and foul language that are in this book should have at least required a warning lable be attached to this offering. And when I say sex scenes I mean GRAFFIC sex scenes and GRAFFIC language! I am surprised with audible for not warning about this book.
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