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Think Like Your Dog Dianna Young Robert Mottram

I love my Kindle.  One thing that our experience losing Blue reminded me is that the human-canine bond is a tangible thing that all dog lovers know about and can appreciate.  Losing Blue felt like a shot in the heart with a canon.  His absence is visible in our life every day.  This made me even more interested in the human-canine bond, a dog’s role in our lives, and sharing our life with others so that each person I touch has a reminder that dogs are precious.

A local dog trainer, Dianna Young, wrote a book with Robert Mottram called THINK like your DOG – And Enjoy the Rewards and it’s amazing.  I just started it and I love every minute of it and it’s making me excited about adding a new dog to our family.  So far, I understand why Blue used to bark at cyclists and why he got hit by a car.  I understand our pack dynamic more and why our dogs listen to Johan 100% of the and listen to me about 90-95% of the time.  I understand why Rodrigo is so hesitant in one area of our garage and why he didn’t like the new doggy door at first.  And I understand more about how dogs communicate, which is way different than what I thought and will serve to help me raise them.

This book is AMAZING.  I’ll be writing a lot of upcoming posts based on what I’m learning from THINK like your DOG.

I’m a big time reader and this and a few books I found browsing on Amazon have made it to my reading list.  My goal is to become a better dog mom and dog owner and I’m excited to share these with you.

How Dogs Love Us: A Neuroscientist and His Adopted Dog Decode the Canine Brain

How Dogs Love Us Gregory Berns

Chaser: Unlocking the Genius of the Dog Who Knows a Thousand Words

Chaser John W Pilley

The Genius of Dogs: How Dogs Are Smarter than You Think

The Genius of Dogs Brian Hare and Vanessa Woods

What books do you recommend?


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