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Do Dogs Dream?: Nearly Everything Your Dog Wants You to Know

by Stanley Coren

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0393073483, Hardcover)

In a conversational Q&A format, a leading dog expert answers the most commonly asked questions about how dogs think and act.

Do dogs dream? Can they recognize themselves in the mirror or understand what they’re seeing on television? Are they more intelligent than cats? People have a great curiosity—and many misunderstandings—about how dogs think, act, and perceive the world. They also wonder about the social and emotional lives of dogs. Stanley Coren brings decades of scientific research on dogs to bear in his unprecedented foray into the inner lives of our canine companions, dispelling many common myths in the process. In a conversational Q&A format with illustrations, Coren answers approximately 75 questions often asked of him during his nearly fifty-year career as a dog researcher, combining the authority of an expert with the engaging delivery of a guest at a cocktail party. 70 illustrations

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:19:39 -0400)

Using a question and answer format, a psychology professor and dog researcher unravels mysteries about the social and emotional lives of dogs, including whether or not they recognize themselves in a mirror and if they are smarter than cats.

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