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I loved this book. The authour's respect and love for dogs shines through the narration. It is inspirational and I am glad that these dogs are well treated in training for the amazing work that they do.
The narrator sounds like she is going to jump off the bridge at any moment... depressing
This book was good, and it made me love my dog more, and respect him more. It showed how dogs view the world and how owners can re-train themselves to behave in ways a dog can understand. Parts of the book were heartwrenching, and I quickly decided only to listen to it on my way HOME from work so my makeup wouldn't smear! The female narrator's voice was incredibly annoying to me - sometimes I couldn't take it anymore. But I was getting good stories and information so I stuck with it.
I expected this to be a general confirmation of dogs' overall wonderfulness, but it is MUCH more! I've raised 6 dogs from pups and thought I was pretty well aware of a dog's world (at least of mine), but I was amazed at the in-depth research and detailed information on how dogs perceive the world and what motivates them. An excellent book for the veteran or novice dog "owner", and one that should be required reading for those thinking about obtaining a dog. Excellent!
Jennifer Arnold, MD, completed her medical degree at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD and graduated in 2000. She is currently an attending neonatologist at Baylor College of Medicine and Medical Director of the Simulation Center at Texas Children s Hospital. Dr. Arnold is married to her best friend Bill Klein. They live in Houston, TX and have adopted two special needs children. Jennifer and Bill are the stars of TLC s "The Little Couple".