Dogs: A Short History from Wolf to Woof

Dogs A Short History from Wolf to Woof Three riveting essays by some of National Geographic magazine s most highly esteemed writers explore the canine human relationship and what scientists are learning from dogs Dogs and people people an

  • Title: Dogs: A Short History from Wolf to Woof
  • Author: Evan Ratliff Angus Phillips
  • ISBN: 9781426210464
  • Page: 304
  • Format: ebook
  • Three riveting essays by some of National Geographic magazine s most highly esteemed writers explore the canine human relationship and what scientists are learning from dogs Dogs and people, people and dogs It s a love story so old no one knows how it started, wrote Angus Phillips in Wolf to Woof Filled with cutting edge research covering everything from domesticatiThree riveting essays by some of National Geographic magazine s most highly esteemed writers explore the canine human relationship and what scientists are learning from dogs Dogs and people, people and dogs It s a love story so old no one knows how it started, wrote Angus Phillips in Wolf to Woof Filled with cutting edge research covering everything from domestication, breeding, and the bonds of devotion, these linked stories are custom selected for everyone who loves dogs Filled with amazing facts, colorful anecdotes and accessible science, this affordable ebook provides a fascinating guide to some of the world s most beloved creatures.

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    1. Carly

      My parents know me quite well, so their Christmas gift to me was a trip to a wolf and wildlife rescue center. (Best present ever.) As I was petting a 105-pound timberwolf, I found myself amazed by the similarities and differences between wolves and dogs. The wolf--they kept emphasizing that he was not a tame animal, but he definitely knows how to sit for photographs and be adorable for training treats-- displayed startlingly similar body language to dogs. He wagged his tail, did "play-bows," rub [...]

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