Why Do Dogs Do That?
New book is full of answers to all your canine inquiries – and then some.
Posted: September 29, 2008, 5 a.m. EDT
Every owner has observed their dog’s humorous antics or unusual habits and thought, “Why do they do that?” The canine world can be a mystery at times, but fortunately, many of these questions are answered in the new book “Why Do Dogs Like Balls?: More Than 200 Canine Quirks, Curiosities, and Conundrums Revealed.” Expert authors D. Caroline Coile, Ph.D., and Margaret H. Bonham have teamed up to answer over 200 questions about your pal and his peculiarities.
With questions ranging from the common (Why do dogs bury bones? Why are puppies born with their eyes closed?) to the comical (Do dogs have belly buttons?) to the downright bizarre (Can humans be raised by wolves?), the book will give you deeper insight into the sometimes crazy world of the canine. The book is divided into nine areas of canine curiosities: Dog Behavior, Canine Intelligence, The Dog’s Emotions, The Canine Body, A Dog’s Senses, The Sexual Dog, Dog Care, More Canine Questions, and Dog Breeds. You will discover answers to the questions you’ve always had and some you never knew you had.
Find out if dogs can be hypnotized, why they lick you, and why they wag their tails. You may learn more than you ever wanted to, but you’ll have a better understanding of your best friend.
“Why Do Dogs Like Balls?: More Than 200 Canine Quirks, Curiosities, and Conundrums Revealed” by D. Caroline Coile, Ph.D., and Margaret H. Bonham is on sale now.
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