Lessons From A Freethinking DogLarge Print - 2007
Describes how the author adopted a wild dog by installing a dog door so that the dog could live both inside and outside, in a study of the human-dog partnership, animal consciousness and behavior, and how dogs might live if they can make some of their own decisions.
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The best "dog book" you'll ever encounter. Merle is a 10-month old pup living on his own in the wild who becomes the author's best friend. The two have years of outdoor life, adventure and love -- their story is interwoven with fascinating research info about wolves and dogs. The author's theory was that letting Merle, or any dog, make their own decisions makes for a smarter, better dog. Heartbreaking but well worth your broken heart!
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