Book Review: Doggie Language

Title: Doggie Language: A Dog Lover’s Guide To Understanding Your Best Friend by Lili Chin

This little book in physical size and shortness (about 125 pages), is packed with useful information about dog behavior and body language. The best part forms from the author’s speciality: dog illustrations. The pictures are colorful and cute, but most importantly they are accurate in detail, displaying correct postures and the resulting communication derived from them. It also includes several different dog breed illustrations, noting what differences to pay attention to like tail carriage.

I could have done without a couple of the captions (for example, “Lol” and “You dumb”), but that’s a minor point among all of the key concepts the book presents.

Would I recommend to:

Dog Owners? Yes!

Dog Professionals? Yes!

By Dan Raymer

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