Here is a well-illustrated A-Z guide to canine body postures. Organized in alphabetical order and cross-referenced with excellent black and white line drawings. This book is a must to understand canine body language and the evolution of the domestic dog.
Never look at dogs in the same way again!
Learn how to analyze what you see when observing dogs to prevent problems or improve behavior.
Follow the helpful photographic sequences and text to learn how to identify the subtle changes in canine body posture that tells you what a dog is thinking.
Develop a profound appreciation for the intelligence and adaptability of dogs.
Great for professional dog trainers! Use it to teach students important behavioral cues.
What dog trainers are saying about Roger Abrantes' Dog Language
Dog Language is a book that will benefit anyone interested in what makes our dogs tick. It is a must for the professional dog handler of behaviorist, as well as any pet owner. Dog Language is well organized and written in a clear, easily understood manner. The beautiful illustrations help to explain what our canine companions are trying to communicate to us and each other. This is a rare opportunity to tap into the talent and expertise of a well known canine ethologist.
Sandy Meyers (President of Narnia Pet Behavior, member of the APDT and NADOI)
If we are to understand the domestic dog's natural behavior, we must appreciate his social heritage and the adaptive significance of his many complex behavior patterns. Roger Abrantes' book Dog Language provides this knowledge, and presents it in an easy to use and understand format. This encyclopedia of canine behavior is absolutely a must for all serious students of canine behavior and training.
Linda P. Case (Lecturer in Companion Animal Science, University of Illinois, Dept. of Animal Science)
Author Roger Abrantes, PhD in Evolutionary Biology and Ethology, MAPBC, is the author to 15 books published in Danish, Italian, Czech, Swedish, Norwegian and English. He is currently the scientific director of the Institute of Ethology in Hong, Denmark. He has participated in many TV and radio programs all over the world. He has been adviser for the Danish Police Force, Technologic Institute, the Icelandic Kennel Club and guest lecturer at the Danish Veterinary University. He is a very demanded speaker at international symposiums in Europe and America. He often guest lectures at several universities, including the University of Illinois in the USA.