While dogs have the cognisant abilities of a three-year-old child, they are not children. Many canine issues result from how we treat our dogs, either as infants or as wolves. They are neither. Canines are not born knowing our rules, nor do they fiendishly aspire to take over our homes. By understanding how our dogs learn and think, we can quickly solve the human, canine relationship puzzle and become better owners. After all, they are worth it. Despite our shortcomings, scientists have established that dogs do love us. Not just for food, but simply for its own sake.
My husband, Rezső and I lived in four different countries on three very diverse continents throughout our adventurous lives. During this time, we raised two wonderful children and various dogs.
We remain nostalgic about our time in Botswana with its multicultural community, diverse wildlife, and the most spectacular sunsets.
After a several-year sojourn in Australia, we moved to Budapest, Hungary, back to our roots and the country of our birth, where we currently live. After we adopted our rescue dog, Mila, this is where our new adventure and my education regarding all things canine began.
A combination of story telling and informative - as a dog lover I really enjoyed the concept and delivery of this book.
A very well written and informative book that every dog owner needs to have on their book shelf. Throughout a journey of heartache, laughter, and copious amounts of high value dog treat, Erika shows you how to ensure your dog leads a happy and wholesome life.
Joni H, Educator