Why Do Dogs Do That?: Real Answers to the Curious Things Canines Do? [NOOK Book]

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Presented in a format that any dog lover will enjoy, this fun-fact book discusses twenty curious topics that have plagued the minds of dog owners for generations. From the simple, straightforward queries, “Why do dogs bark?” and “Why do dogs chew?” to the more challenging musings, “Why do dogs eat grass” and “Why do dogs howl?” More than just entertainment, owners will discover the reasons behind common training problems, including car and cat chasing, jumping up, pulling on the leash, digging, and more. For ...
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Why Do Dogs Do That?: Real Answers to the Curious Things Canines Do?

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Overview

Presented in a format that any dog lover will enjoy, this fun-fact book discusses twenty curious topics that have plagued the minds of dog owners for generations. From the simple, straightforward queries, “Why do dogs bark?” and “Why do dogs chew?” to the more challenging musings, “Why do dogs eat grass” and “Why do dogs howl?” More than just entertainment, owners will discover the reasons behind common training problems, including car and cat chasing, jumping up, pulling on the leash, digging, and more. For those polite dog owners afraid to ask, there are answers for you, too, to questions like “Why do dogs eat poop?” and “Why do dogs sniff butts?” Fun tidbits for everyone, plus hilarious illustrations by Keith Robinson, in this Simple Solutions book.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781620080559
  • Publisher: i5 Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/4/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Pages: 64
  • Sales rank: 906,617
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Kim Campbell Thornton is an award-winning writer and editor. During her tenure as editor of Dog Fancy, the magazine won three Dog Writers Association of America Maxwell Awards for best all-breed magazine. Her book Why Do Cats Do That? was named best behavior book in 1997 by the Cat Writers Association. Kim is the author of Barking, Chewing, Digging, House-Training, and Aggression. She is also the former president of the Cat Writers Association.

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