Misreading doggie body language makes life challenging for dogs and their humans. This small but mighty book is your perfect illustrated guide to seeing and understanding the subtle visual cues and interpreting the behaviours used by your beloved pup to express how they are feeling. The more we notice and listen to what our dogs are trying to tell us, the more we can improve our relationship with our best friends, helping them to feel safe and happy.
The Little Instruction Book for Dogs
Slippers are meant to be chewed. Don't feel bad about it - it seems to really excite the humans. Carrying sticks ten times the size of your own body is admirable, if not practical. For the mutt about town, this indispensable paw-book provides sage advice and pearls of doggy wisdom that will make sure your life is always full of food, joy and interesting smells from effective techniques for getting more treats to life lessons on hosepipes, squirrels, drinking from the toilet bowl and more.
What Is Your Dog Really Thinking?
When you look into those big, gorgeous puppy-dog eyes, it sometimes seems all too obvious what your dog is thinking namely, I love you. But there's more to dogs than meets the eye, and after delving deep into pup psychology we can now reveal the real thoughts behind those adorable faces. Find out what's going on behind those puppy-dog eyes when your pooch is desperately begging for food, why they insist on digging holes in the garden, and what they really think of your cutesy nicknames.