Books about dogs this is a cool thing and of courseworth reading, and if someone is a dog even more so. I recently contacted the Inverso bookstore for a collaboration and this post resulted.
Good bookstores with interesting items are never too many, so I think it’s worth taking back to be interested. It is also worth taking an interest in the books I want to present here. These are the points that interested me personally for various reasons, and I hope to read them someday. I think everyone will find something for themselves.
Dog Manual Books
Textbooks are massive. From those that relate to this issue, very serious publications are free. They are great for beginners, but I think advanced dogs can learn something as well.
However, there is a problem with guides that we do not always know if knowledge will be useful. Tutorials, as I mentioned there are actually quite a few on the market. Much depends on the author, translation from another language, and even on our preferences. Fans of positive methods hardly liked reading the publication of a longtime student of method aversion.
I will betray here are the tutorials that I think seem interesting. I will not judge by the subject of the context. I think it’s worth reading, but you need to draw your own conclusions from the guides and not take every sentence for granted.
Happy Dog – Dorota Suminskaya
it book by Dorota Suminskaya – a veterinarian and publicist. She has also directed television programs (eg Zaviersovets in TVP1) and radio. A very interesting person who has been dealing with animal topics for many years. The book itself is intended to be aimed primarily at people who will have a dog in their home for the first time. According to the descriptions of this name available on the bookstore’s website, we must find practical advice for properly raising and maintaining a dog. Among other things, we learn about education, nutrition, and breed selection.
My dog friend Claire Arrowsmith
After the cover itself and the word “learning” on it, you may more or less know what to expect. This is certainly not a book for advanced dogs, and I also think that we find many generalizations and old thoughts about raising a dog here. However, I think it is worth knowing what dog guides look like for people who are not into the subject, i.e. beginners. This book has given a lot of attention to activities and play with a dog, so we need to find ideas here for an interesting way to interact with a dog.
Listening to the Dog – Zanevskaya Zofia, Voitkov Petr
Poradnik zawierający moim zdaniem bardziej nowoczesne informacje z zakresu wychowania psa. Nowoczesny, czyli taki skupiający się na kwestiach emocjonalnych i wzajemnym zrozumieniu, a nie na przymuszaniu i tresurze. Autorami książki są zawodowi behawioryści, więc można się spodziewać wysokiego poziomu merytorycznego i przydatnych informacji. Tytuł dedykowany zarówno dla początkujących jak i bardziej zaawansowanych psiarzy. Na pewno jedna z ciekawszych książek, jeśli chodzi o wychowanie psa.
Chciałbym mieć psa – Pałasz Marcin
A very specific tutorial, but it is definitely worth taking interest in. But more like a curiosity than a source of knowledge. A very simple and solid guide with a “grain of salt”, and often even weird advice. For example, in the book we find a fantastic way to deal with a puppy that is destroying. What do I need to do? Buy a washer with “special liquid” and our dog will magically stop chewing on our furniture! If life were so simple
Personally, I think this type of book is worth reading and not to enhance your knowledge of dogs. However, this a source of information on how some myths reach a wider audience. On the one hand, it’s good that there are simple and accessible names. On the other hand, however, over-generalizing certain things can cause more problems when raising a dog.
How To Make Your Dog Happy – Millan Cesar
Cesar Millan is a very controversial figure. A few years ago, he was seen as an outstanding expert in the field of canine behavior. Today, rather, a symbol of the “old school”, which is negatively perceived by modern dogs. After all, I think it’s worth getting to know his work. If only you know which methods are currently undesirable.
The author’s claims are not so unusual. Not long ago, nasty methods were very popular. However, many behavioral players use similar techniques in their work. In my opinion, it is worth knowing what them to know, what to avoid in relation to your dog. Because, as we all should already know – away the methods should be
Fiction books about dogs
Fiction books about dogs are really a cool thing. To be honest, I thought it was a weak historical question, but I was wrong. Many of us grew up reading The Dog, who traveled by rail or watched movies about Mizi or Beth Hoven. In adulthood, we don’t really see or read these things anymore. It was only after reading He Was a Dog that I realized that this is not a bad thing at all, and you can really have fun while reading like this.
There was a dog – Cameron W. Bruce
Being a dog is such a phenomenon. The book is very popular, mainly by promoting a film based on it. The title itself is very good in my opinion – it’s just one of the books in this article that I read. At first I don’t think I would like it, but I had the opportunity to get a review of a copy, so I tried.
The story depicts the dog through several of his different lives. Various aspects related to dogs are also very interesting. This is all very emotional, if anyone loves these types of titles, I really recommend it. Is it worth reading if you’ve seen the video? In my opinion, yes, because there are quite a few topics in the book that could not be seen in the movies.
There was a dog 2 – Cameron W. Bruce
I really liked the first part, so I would likeread another day. If it’s at least a little as good as its predecessor, it’s definitely worth it.
About the dog that came home – Cameron W. Bruce
Ok you, you probably already know – Cameron’s next book about the dog… Maybe someday I will find time to read them all, because there is :).
Other books about dogs
Other types of dog books can be found on the market. Scientific positions that focus on a specific element of a dog’s life. There are also books where more experienced people share their thoughts on their many years with dogs. There are other books as well. Specific and interesting.
Dog Nose – Horowitz Alexandra
A really good book to read. Dogs’ nose is something amazing. I believe that many people underestimate the dog’s need to feel and the strength of this feeling in the dog. You can do really cool things with a dog if you want to use his nose. I have this book and I read it – I can recommend it because you can find out a lot of interesting information. Personally, I’m a fan of collecting games, so for me this position is required.
How to Teach Theory of Relativity to Your Dog – Orzel Chad
Ha! I deceived you. This is not a book about dogs. Or not? I personally like such ambiguous names, especially in the scientific style. The book itself, as described, is designed to explain cutting edge issues in a simple way, while looking at the world through the eyes of a dog. Sounds very interesting and I hope I can read it. Relativity is a tricky thing, but it’s good that you’re trying to write about it in an easier way that’s easier to understand.
Dog – Love – Wynn Clive
To me I really like publications that focus on the scientific field and try to explain different things. Personally, I really enjoy reading various studies related to dogs. How does a dog’s nose work? How do dogs feel? Dogs in the know? Do dogs dream? All this is very interesting, and, unfortunately, in my opinion, there are too few such materials.
Because everyone probably likes to think that the dog loves him, but is that really so? And if so, is it love, as we imagine? This is really worth asking.
A dog from a shelter or maybe two – Gawlikowska-Mika Barbara
I have this book, but I cannot go through it. I have no idea why. But maybe someone else will be interested? This book is not a guide, but rather a collection of thoughts and an attempt to share experiences. According to the bookstore’s description, it is “a funny story of life with dogs, accompanied by accurate commentary written from a dog’s point of view.” And overall, I can agree with that – there seems to be little specific information here, and more conventional narratives.
Dog books – worth reading!
That’s all for now. I hope someone finds something interesting for themselves to read here. All the books I have mentioned here can be found in the Inverso bookstore. I ordered something there recently – the prices are good and the package is packed accordingly. Everything