The Wisdom of Dogs
In this fact-filled and often touching book, Stanley Coren, a renowned dog expert and author of many best-selling classics including "The Intelligence of Dogs," "How Dogs Think," and "How to Speak Dog," once again focuses his insights on man's best friend. In order to probe a range of fascinating questions about the minds of dogs, Coren draws from a cache of true stories and interesting vignettes ranging from the dog who helped Freud with his psychoanalysis to the pet who helped his intoxicated owner drive home. In addition you'll find some little-known bits of scientific information, such as what dogs dream about, and also some bits of folklore such as what it means when you dream about dogs! Originally published as "What Do Dogs Know?," this is a revised edition that has been updated with additional content and new illustrations. This fun and easy-to-read book is for everyone who loves dogs and wants to learn more about their astounding, endearing, and wonderful ways.
About The Author
Although best known to the public for his series of best-selling books on dogs, Stanley Coren is also well-respected scientist and Professor of Psychology at the University of British Columbia. His many books on dog behavior and human-canine interactions have been international bestsellers and have received many awards including the "Maxwell Medal of Excellence" from "The Dog Writers Association of America." He was twice-named "Writer of the Year" by the "International Positive Dog Training Association." Coren is frequently cited in various media and has been featured on numerous television programs including "Oprah," "Larry King Live," and many more.