Doggie Language: A Dog Lover's Guide to Understanding Your Best Friend
Lili Chin (Author)
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DescriptionA fully illustrated practical "instruction manual" for dog owners to help them understand dog behavior by means of characterful bespoke drawings. Dogs communicate with so much more than barks and tail wags Misreading doggie body language makes life challenging for dogs and their humans. This small but mighty book is your perfect illustrated guide to seeing and understanding the subtle visual cues and interpreting the behaviours used by your beloved pup to express how they're feeling. The more we notice and listen to what our dogs are trying to tell us, the more we can improve our relationship with our best friends, helping them to feel safe and happy.
- Original illustrations help you compare similar facial expressions, body language and gestures
- Interpret your dog's cues and learn how your dog uses his ears, eyes, mouth, tail and posture to communicate with you
- Spot the signals your dog is trying to give you to tell you they're stressed or conflicted
October 06, 2020
4.6 X 6.1 X 0.6 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author
Lili Chin is an artist who is best known for creating dog-related art. When Lili is not making new illustrations and products to sell, she creates infographics for dog-training professionals, veterinarians, behaviourists and welfare groups who advocate for humane animal-training methods. Her dog body language artwork has been featured in art museums, on television and world-wide educational media campaigns, and her "Dogs of The World" poster series has been a viral hit. Lili Chin lives in Los Angeles with her muse: her rescued, blue-eyed Boston Terrier, Boogie.