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For the Love of Dog

Author : Tracy Ford
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The sound of toenails clicking across the kitchen floor, the thump of a tail responding to your voice in the dark, the jingling of tags on a collar--all are sounds welcomed by every dog lover. Just as we have grown fond of the antics and traits of our beloved pets, our dogs have grown accustomed to the sound of our keys unlocking the door, our hands reaching into a jar for a doggie treat, and our sharing a spot on the couch. This mutual, unconditional affection between dog and human has created an unbreakable bond that transcends age, gender, and race. For the Love of Dog: 100 Reasons Why Man Is Dog's Best Friend celebrates the incomparable love that humans have for these lovable, furry friends. Ever since becoming a dog owner at the age of twelve, Tracy Ford's love for dogs has grown. His dog taught him about life but also about responsibility, making good decisions, and coping with death. The fluffy ball of fur taught him that almost always it is humans who have accidents, not their pets. The dynamic between pet and owner is not necessarily about what people receive from their pets or they receive from us, but what both give to each other. Filled with photographs depicting the bond between dogs and their owners, For the Love of Dog outlines why we can't get enough of muddy feet, dripping mustaches, barking at all times of the night and day, scaring the pizza man, and always having our backs protected. Why do we do it? For the love of dog, of course!

Properly Trained a Man Can Be Dog s Best Friend Corey Ford

Author : Pet Quote Notebook
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This nice and true "dog quote" on notebook cover was made as gift for all dog lovers: women, men, girls, boys, moms, daddys, grandparents, uncles and more. Great under $10 gift idea for dog lovers - a gift for any occasion Your new notebook: 6 x 9 124 pages wide ruled paper soft cover See other notebooks https: //amzn.to/2FYUQjF = inspirational quotes on cover https: //amzn.to/2KR2vo6 = gift for very special persons https: //www.amazon.com/dp/1089883943 = a wonderful coloring book for children

Dog s Best Friend

Author : John Sorenson
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In almost 40 per cent of households in North America, dogs are kept as companion animals. Dogs may be man's best friends, but what are humans to dogs? If these animals' loyalty and unconditional love have won our hearts, why do we so often view closely related wild canids, such as foxes, wolves, and coyotes, as pests, predatory killers, and demons? Re-examining the complexity and contradictions of human attitudes towards these animals, Dog's Best Friend? looks at how our relationships with canids have shaped and also been transformed by different political and economic contexts. Journeying from ancient Greek and Roman societies to Japan's Edo period to eighteenth-century England, essays explore how dogs are welcomed as family, consumed in Asian food markets, and used in Western laboratories. Contributors provide glimpses of the lives of street dogs and humans in Bali, India, Taiwan, and Turkey and illuminate historical and current interactions in Western societies. The book delves into the fantasies and fears that play out in stereotypes of coyotes and wolves, while also acknowledging that events such as the Wolf Howl in Canada's Algonquin Park indicate the emergence of new popular perspectives on canids. Questioning where canids belong, how they should be treated, and what rights they should have, Dog's Best Friend? reconsiders the concept of justice and whether it can be extended beyond the limit of the human species.

Inspectors General

Author : Mark Moore
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In 1978, determined to combat fraud, waste, and abuse in government programs, Congress overwhelmingly approved the creation of special Offices of Inspectors-General (OIGs) in many federal departments. Moore and Gates here provide the first evaluation of this important institutional innovation. Clearly and objectively, they examine the powerful but often imprecisely defined concepts—wastefulness, accountability, performance—that underlie the OIG mandate. Their study conveys a realistic sense of how these offices operate and how their impact is affected by the changing dynamics of politics and personality. A Volume in the Russell Sage Foundation's Social Science Perspectives Series

Harold

Author : Henri Goldman
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Man and dog may be best friends, but that doesn't mean they want to look alike! Harry's poor owner, Harold, is mistaken for his dog so many times that it begins to really get him down. Luckily, Harry the dog has a little gem of advice that cheers Harold up completely: it's not what you look like that matters - it's what's on the inside that counts. After this, Harold is so comfortable with himself, he even lets Harry take him out for walks!

The Canine Clan

Author : John C. McLoughlin
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Details in words and pictures the evolution of the dog from its early ancestors--which it shares with man--to the modern species "Canis familiaris"

Dog s Best Friend

Author : Lisa Begin-Kruysman
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In 1923, William Lewis Judy purchased Dog World magazine for just over $1,000. For the next four decades, his unique, poignant, and witty writing and editing style, combined with his genuine love for dogs, enlightened a growing population of dog owners across the nation. A prolific dog show judge and breeder and expert on dog law in America, Judy had a vision that dogs would serve humans in ways most had not imagined. He championed their use in military and police work, and in their value as assistance and therapy dogs. In 1928, he launched the National Dog Week Movement, to honor man’s best friend in a collective and thoughtful manner. Today, that movement continues, a testament to the legacy of this inspiring and gifted dog-enthusiast.

The World of Dogs

Author : Rebecca King
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Text and illustrations describe major dog breeds, including history, characteristics, information on care, and more.

Anti Aging for Dogs

Author : John M. Simon, D.V.M.
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You love your dog. Don't you want to keep him around for a good long time? You take steps to slow down your own aging process and stay as healthy and fit as possible-- now you can do the same for you beloved dog. Learn Dr. John Simon's amazing program for canine longevity in Anti-Aging for Dogs, and your best friend can live years beyond his normal life expectancy. Simple but effective changes in your dog's lifestyle, diet, exercise program, environment, and behavior can yield astounding results. In this invaluable manual-- the first of its kind-- well-known and respected veterinarian Dr. John M. Simon tells you how to put this powerful program to use, with essential advice about: * Ensuring that your dog gets the right exercise, grooming, and dental hygiene * Creating a safe, healthy home environment for your dog * Avoiding common canine behavioral problems * Programs for assuring optimal nutrition, digestion, and detoxification * Plus: helpful appendices on first aid, toxic substances, and health maintenance

Dead Man s Best Friend

Author : Jane B. Mason
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When Cassie's mom, the chief of police, is suspended, Dodge, a retired police dog, and Cassie are on the case, but the more they uncover, the more questions they have.

Man s Best Friend

Author : Adam Lane
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Dogs are magnificent creatures. They have been walking on this planet earth as long as man itself. They have served and helped the man in various circumstances and on many occasions. Indeed, a noble breed of an animal; they have not only kept as loving, loyal, and faithful pets but also serve as brave and courageous rescue dogs, security dogs, and even for emotional support and stability of many panic and anxiety struck people. Dogs are man's best friends, and hence it comes with no doubt at all that out of 53% of people who owned pets, dogs were the second most common choice. Preceded by you guessed right, cats. With movies like a bolt, the secret life of pets and many more stirring up fiction about pets have a language if their own, the brain of their own, it is hard to stop yourself from wondering about the anatomy, activity, and behavior of these beautiful, cheeky animals we proudly call our own. So, if you are that curious bug who needs details on that or you just adopted a dog and need to know answers to all these budding questions that make you restless, then don't worry, we have got you covered! Through this E-Book, you will be able to learn about the following: *Dogs and how they view the world *Do dogs fall in love? *Ways in which they express their secret language of love*Is your dog in love with you?*The emotions of a dog*The thoughts of a dog*The nature of dogs*And much more!!So, if you are ready to learn about basically everything about dogs, then get ready and read on! Because you are about to cry, smile, laugh, and learn about all the ins and outs of doggos and puppers.

Your Dog Interpreter

Author : David Alderton
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What is the difference between a bark and a growl? A whine and a whimper? What is your dog conveying to you - and, most importantly, are you listening to him? This title has all the answers, from choosing the right breed for you and your household to dealing with troublesome behaviour.

Trust the Dog

Author : Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation
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A groundbreaking look at the special bond between guide dogs and those who thrive with their help From a pioneering guide dog organization comes the first book to explore one of the most profound and inspiring relationships between humans and animals. In Trust the Dog, the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation introduces readers to a group of extraordinary people who, thanks to their guide dogs, flourish in a world that assumes the ability to see. Among them are a brother and sister who lost their sight at a very young age and whose dogs essentially helped them grow up, a Serbian girl who fled civil war to find new hope in America, and a newly blind single father determined to keep his family together against all odds. Through their experiences we discover the astonishing team­work and devotion between people who are blind and their guide dogs, the intelligence and discipline that these animals unfailingly display, and the noble work of the nonprofit organization that for fifty years has been making it all possible. A heartwarming tribute to this unique relationship, Trust the Dog is sure to change how we think about man's best friend, and the possibilities of life without sight.

You Are a Dog

Author : Terry Bain
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A hilarious, captivating commentary that gives us--finally--a true dog’s-eye view of the world. • The Sofa: “The sofa is Position One. The sofa makes you feel as if you are with your people even when your people are gone.” • The Toilet: “The advantage of drinking from the toilet is that the water is always fresh.” • The Baby: “Often known as She Who Randomly Flings Food from the Table, the baby has the most flavorful, ever-changing face of all your people.” “After reading You Are a Dog, you will start thinking like a dog.” --Bash Dibra, celebrity pet trainer and author of DogSpeak “You Are a Dog should be the talk of every dog run in the U.S. With humor, and more bite than one might expect, Terry Bain helps us to see the world through the eyes of our dogs, and to look at their lives in fresh and insightful ways.” --Jon Katz, author of A Dog Year, The New Work of Dogs, and The Dogs of Bedlam Farm “Terry Bain has cracked the canine code to demystify those charming, endearing, and occasionally bizarre habits our beloved dogs exhibit. You Are a Dog is equal parts witty and warm, sweet and sympathetic--read this and be destined to meet your dog at a richer, deeper level.”--Dr. Marty Becker, veterinary contributor for Good Morning America, author of The Healing Power of Pets

Dog s Best Friend

Author : Simon Garfield
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'DOG'S BEST FRIEND is as fascinating, funny and wise as we've come to expect from Simon Garfield. More than that, it's a book that asks profound questions about what it means to be canine' ANDY MILLER, author THE YEAR OF READING DANGEROUSLY 'This is a book that will make your tail wag' KATE HUMBLE 'A fascinating, informative and highly entertaining expedition through the highways and byways of dogdom' JOHN BRADSHAW, author of IN DEFENCE OF DOGS 'Simon Garfield has written a book every owner will lap up with the same delight and enthusiasm their Fido would a discarded box of fried chicken. That is to say, with great pleasure' KATE SPICER, author of LOST DOG *** One of the first words we learn. Perhaps the best friend we'll have. An animal so much part of our lives that we speak to it like a child and spend small fortunes on its wellbeing and wardrobe. Dogs and humans: in the last 200 years no inter-species relationship has developed so fast nor come so far. Dogs accompany us in every walk of life, usually three times a day. How and why did this relationship begin? How has it changed over the centuries? And who's getting the upper hand? DOG'S BEST FRIEND investigates this unique bond by revisiting some of the most important milestones in our shared journey. It begins with the earliest visual evidence on ancient rock art, and ends at the laboratory that sequenced the first dog genome. En route we encounter the first Labradoodle in Australia, a misguidedly loyal Akita in Japan, an ill-fated Poodle trainer in the United States, and a hilariously disobedient Romanian rescue dog named Kratu at the Birmingham NEC. We will also meet Corgis and Dorgis at the Palace, the weightless mutniks of the Soviet space programme, a Dalmatian who impersonates Hitler, and an owner who claims his Border Collie can remember the names of more than a thousand soft toys. If you own or once owned a dog, you will know that our relationship can be as rich, complicated and rewarding as the relationship we have with other humans, and the book reflects this diversity with the aid of trainers, breeders and psychologists. Above all, it explores the extraordinary ability of dogs to enhance so many aspects of our lives. DOG'S BEST FRIEND is as entertaining as it is informative, as eccentric as it is erudite, and all told with Simon Garfield's irrepressible gift for witty and insightful storytelling.

Happy Tails

Author : Linda Winn
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Let man's best friend guide you into deeper relationship with our greatest Friend. We love our dogs! They teach us so much about unconditional love-they provide companionship and loyalty no matter the condition of our hearts and lives. In Happy Tails, Linda Winn shares inspirational dog stories of rescue and redemption that parallel the never-ending love God has for you. Each devotional story includes Scripture, quotations, and takeaway thoughts or prayers. It's the ideal companion book for dog lovers everywhere!

The Dog Fanatic

Author : Patricia M. Sherwood
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‘The one absolutely unselfish friend that man can have in this selfish world, the one that never deserts him...is his dog.’ Samuel Coleridge. To his dog, every man is Napoleon, hence the popularity of dogs’ – Aldous Huxley ‘A dog teaches a boy fidelity, perseverence, and to turn round three times before lying down’ – Robert Benchley It’s been argued that we live in a dog’s world, and The Dog Fanatic brings to life the joys of being in that world, with hundreds of slobbery, trick-performing, tailwagging quotes that remind us just why we call dogs ‘man’s best friend’. With contributions from a star cast, ranging from Winston Churchill, Samuel Pepys, Alec Guinness and DH Lawrence, to Jerome K Jerome, Florence Nightingale, PG Wodehouse and Rudyard Kipling, this is surely a book that will delight all dog lovers. Patricia M Sherwood, a longtime dog fancier, breeder and trainer, is also the editor of The Greatest Dog Stories Ever Told and An Honest Angler.

Dog s Best Friend

Author : Mark Derr
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A comprehensive, humane, and bemused tour of the dog-human relationship, Dog's Best Friend combines anecdote, research, and reportage to illuminate our complex rapport with our cherished canine companions. Tracking our national obsession with an animal that now outnumbers children in American households, Mark Derr chronicles the evolution of "the culture of the dog" from the prehistoric domestication of tamed wolves to the modern horrors of overbreeding and inbreeding. Passionate about his subject and intent on sharing his zeal, Derr defends dogs with wit and flare, producing here a quirky, informative, and fitting tribute to our love affair with canines big and small.

The Seven Ages of Man s Best Friend

Author : Jan Fennell
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Do our dogs experience the equivalent of infancy and puberty? Do they go through the terrible teens or struggle with midlife crises? And what can we do to ensure they take each step in stride? In The Seven Ages of Man's Best Friend, bestselling author Jan Fennell leads us through the key phases of a dog's development by uniquely defining the seven ages of our dogs: the buoyant, boundless energy of the Puppy and the Pioneer, the troublesome teens that are the ages of the Playboy and the Protégé, the difficult middle years of the Pretender and the Protector, and the twilight years of the Pensioner. The book offers advice on all the problems that crop up at particular times in a dog's development, including training and vaccinations as well as puberty and parenthood. In The Dog Listener, Jan Fennell changed the way we think about our dogs. Now, Jan once more challenges conventional thinking and puts forward an alternative view of the dog's world.

The Dog Man s Best Friend a Book for All Dog Lovers

Author : A. H. Trapman
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THE DOG: MAN'S BEST FRIEND- A BOOK FOR ALL DOG LOVERS. By Captain A.H. Trapman A VINTAGE DOG BOOKS CLASSIC REPRINT. Originally published in 1929, this extremely scarce early work on the dog is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. VINTAGE DOG BOOKS have republished it, using the original text and illustrations, as part of their History of the Dog series. This is a fascinating and absorbing title which will appeal to all true dog lovers. It is not just a collection of dog stories, but an attempt to present a synopsis of all that has been believed, thought, and written about man's best friend throughout the ages and to deduce from it some knowledge of the dog's psychology and mental processes. Captain Trapman has written one of the most entertaining and instructive contributions to dog literature ever published. He writes with authority, and yet with charm, of the link between dog and man that exists between man and no other creature. 'To the memory of all dogs who have loved man, and to all men who have loved a dog, this study of man's best friend is dedicated." -- Author. The book consists of over three hundred pages, plus thirty pages of illustrations, including many etchings by the famous artist Diana Thorne: Origin of the Dog. - Adown the Ages. - The Dog in History and Literature. - Racial Characteristics. - Great Men and their Dogs. - Some Great Dogs. - Spirituality of the Dog. - Supernatural Instincts. - Morality and Conscience. - Sense of Scent. - Hearing, Sight and Memory. - Reasoning Power. - Duty and Honour. - Sense of Humour, Justice, and Protection. - Relations with other Animals. - Breeds and Breeding. - Utility Dogs in General. - War Dogs. - Training and Management. - Health and Sickness. - Dogs Primer of the English Language. - Origins and Uses of the Various Breeds. - Function of Bench Shows. Etc.