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'“A Modern Dog’s Life combines sensible information with charming wit; this is an entertaining guide for new and veteran dog owners alike.” —Ken Foster, author of The Dogs Who Found Me “Science, experience and common sense—Paul McGreevy brings all three to this amazing new book. Your dog will want you to read it.” —Mark Evans, chief veterinary adviser, Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (UK) “A milestone in understanding dogs . . . Perhaps even the Rosetta stone in translating dog behavior . . . Dr. McGreevy is a world-recognized expert in dog behavior who just happens to have written a book that is as easy to read as a quality novel . . . If you want to have more fun with your dog, you need this book. If you just want to know more about dogs than your friends, you need this book.” —Don Burke, founder, Burke’s Backyard (“Australia’s original lifestyle program”) “I’ve been waiting for a book like this for years. A clear and logical account of dog behavior and training . . . Both scientific and entertaining.” —Dr. Bidda Jones, chief scientist, Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Australia) “I would encourage all dog owners to read this book, to understand their dog’s view of our human lifestyle and to improve the human-canine relationship.” —Dr. Joanne Righetti, chair of the Delta Society (Australia) “Paul McGreevy's book—A Modern Dog's Life—wonderfully captures how we can fully celebrate the joys of dog ownership. Combining his knowledge with humor, Paul teaches us how to understand the dog's mind and how the unique bond between dog and human can be fully exploited to get the very best from a relationship. It is an indispensible guide for every dog owner.” —Clarissa Baldwin, OBE, Dogs Trust CEO (UK) “Dr. McGreevy’s book is an essential text for any true dog lover’s library. It gives the new dog owner the chance to start on the right foot, the seasoned dog owner the knowledge to improve life for themselves as well as their pet, and even the experienced dog trainer the opportunity to see many things better through a dog’s eyes.” —Rob Zammit, DVM'
Publisher: The Experiment