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From nose to tail and everything in between - this is your visual guide to understanding your four-legged friend!
When your dog looks at you with those big, expressive puppy-dog eyes, do you ever wonder what's going on in their fur-covered heads? This dog book will help you gain invaluable canine insight through quirky illustrations and infographics.
The unique dog encyclopedia explores and explains the world of dogs! It includes:
- The dog in pictures - with more than 500 original illustrations
- Encyclopedic in scope - covers dog behaviour, psychology, communication, history and dog breeds, as well as celebrity pups and record-breaking hounds
- Dog infographics that communicate facts and ideas in a fun way
- Witty language that will both inform and entertain readers
Do you walk your dog or does your dog walk you? Can you teach an old dog new tricks? What is your dog saying with its wagging tail? This fun visual book gives you all the essential facts about dogs to help you translate their curious canine behaviour. Covering history, breeds, dog care, and training, How Dogs Work is the perfect gift for dog lovers of all ages - from 9 to 109!
From how dogs evolved from the wolf to our favourite pet to the finer points of working dogs and show dogs - this unique dog guide is a wonderful celebration of man's best friend! Learn what experts believe the cute doggy head tilt could mean, explore what your dog's wagging tail could be saying about their mood and discover the world's fastest dog that's twice as quick as Usain Bolt. This a must-have book for every soon-to-be dog whisperer!
Daniel Tatarsky has written or co-written 13 books, which have been translated into more than 10 languages. He lives in London with his wife Katie and their border terrier Rooney.
David Humphries has illustrated many advertising campaigns, from NatWest Bank to Royal Mail. He also draws pictures for newspapers and magazines, including the Guardian and Reader's Digest. He lives in London with his wife, two children, and seven bikes.