Author(s): Christiane Blenski
"I just do not know what my dog wants from me " If you feel like this at times, then this is the book for you Concise information and lots of pictures make for an extremely informative and invaluable guide to how we humans can understand our dogs properly so that he or she can communicate with you properly, at last. Dogs use their whole body to communicate - teeth, ears, eyes, fur, tail, body posture - and this volume explains the meaning behind this body language, while providing background information and practical tips. Written in a straightforward, jargon-free manner, it will help you to learn to pay attention to your pet's body signals and interpret them correctly.A dedicated dog owner and author of many dog books, Christiane Blenski dispenses her advice in accessible, entertaining language that covers all situations with your dog: from interaction among four-legged friends, to clear body language signals from dog to human. You - and your children - can learn even faster using the extra sections, tip boxes, checklists and instructions. With this knowledge, you can finally do away with those misunderstandings, relax, and enjoy life with your dog.A highly entertaining book, and an essential reference for any dog lover.Learn the language of dogs - Lavishly illustrated with many color photos - Clarifies misunderstandings between human and dog - Clarifies misunderstandings between human and dog - Useful in all life situations - Dog language for children - Understanding barking - Training tips - An invaluable reference - Handy size to carry with you - Quick and easy access to information
An Australian Shepherd called Jaden is the reason why author and freelance copywriter Christiane Blenski has read and written about dogs so extensively for the last ten years, producing many entertaining newspaper columns and books. Christiane's six advice books on dog behaviour, training and activities are all based on broad experience and up-to-date knowledge, and written in an informal, accessible way. She motivates her readers to improve the bond with their dogs, and be more active with them. Her goal is always a more relaxed daily life between two- and four-legged friends, and the key to this is properly translating the body language of the dog. Christiane lives in Germany. She is a sociologist (Master's degree, University of Oldenburg), married, and the mother of two children.