In What the Dog Knows: The Science and Wonder of Working Dogs, university professor Cat Warren unfolds the beauty of relationships with working dogs, like her own German Shepherd, Solo.
While most people shy away when they see working dogs such as police K9s or bomb-sniffing dogs due to the stereotypes presented in the media that dogs, like German Shepherds, are “vicious” and “uncontrollable,” thanks to Warren’s talent for storytelling and the countless interviews contained within the pages of the book, you’ll see just how amazing these animals really are. From interviews with cognitive psychologists, forensic anthropologists, breeders, dog trainers, and of course, many of the handlers themselves, Warren unveils stories that show the remarkability of these animals and how much humans rely on them. Continue Reading →
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