John Bradshaw - In Defence of Dogs (2nd Hand Paperback)
An authoritative exploration of what dogs are, what makes them tick and what they would ask us for if only they knew how.
What would dogs ask for, if they knew how?
In the Sunday Times bestseller In Defence of Dogs John Bradshaw, an anthropologist at Bristol University who has been at the centre of the latest research into what makes dogs tick, gives us the answers.
Overturning the most common myths about dogs' emotions and behaviour, this book shows how we should really treat our pets, and stands up for dogdom: not the wolf in canine clothes, not the small furry child, not the trophy-winner, but the real dog, who wants to be part of the family and enjoy life - mankind's closest friend.
This is the real science that every dog lover needs to know.
- Format : Standard 2nd Hand Paperback
- Condition : As New
- Category : Non-Fiction - Animals, Wildlife & Nature
- Published : 2011 (This Edition 2012 - Penguin)
- ISBN : 9780141046495
- SKU : B002309
- PPC : SP400gm
- RRP : £8.99
- Quantity Available : 1 only.
"Great book, full of information I had always suspected just didn't know for sure, many thanks." - Ebay Review.
"A revelation - a major rethink about the way we understand our dogs . . . there is no doubt about it - Professor John Bradshaw is a dog's best friend." - Kate Kellaway, Observer.
"Every dog lover, dog owner or prospective dog buyer should read this book. It will change how you feel about dogs and, likely enough, how you treat them, too."- James McConnachie, Sunday Times.
John Bradshaw, one of the world's leading dog experts, brings us a compelling insight into what dogs would ask us for, if only they knew how. The dog has been mankind's faithful companion for tens of thousands of years, yet today finds itself in crisis throughout the western world.