January 08, 2013
Dogs are known as man’s best friend. They’re there to keep you company, snuggle in your lap, go on walks with you, protect you, greet you when you come home, and entertain you, along with a myriad of other things. As you can tell, I love dogs. I have two cocker spaniels, Rory and Chewy.
Dogs have their own language, and if you’re like me, you try to figure out what they’re trying to tell you and why they do some of the things they do.
I recently found a simple, yet helpful book called Tail Talk: Understanding the Secret Language of Dogs by Sophie Collins. This book contains explanation on a variety of topics related to dogs and includes helpful pictures and examples. There’s even a test at the end to check what you’ve learned.
Find out more with these books about understanding your dog’s behavior:
- How to Raise the Perfect Dog: Through Puppyhood and Beyond by Cesar Millan
- Understanding Your Dog for Dummies by Stanley Coran
- If Your Dog Could Talk: A Training Guide For Humans by Bruce Fogle
- Why Does My Dog Act That Way? : A Complete Guide to Your Dog's Personality by Stanely Coren
- Why Do Dogs Drink Out Of The Toilet? : 101 of the Most Perplexing Questions Answered About Canine Conundrums, Medical Mysteries & Befuddling Behaviors by Marty Becker
- 100 Ways to Understand Your Dog by Roger Tabor
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