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Interested in Dog Psychology?

From: AmyAmy
Sent on: Thursday, December 9, 2010 11:18 AM
Are you interested in dog psychology?
Then read 'MERLE'S DOOR' over Christmas vacation,
then come discuss with us in our casual discussion group.

Merle's Door
by Ted Kerasote

National Bestseller.

Merle and Ted found each other in the Utah desert.
Merle was about ten months old, surviving on his own,
and looking for someone the hang his heart on.
Forty-one-year-old Ted
was studying animals, particularly wolves.
The training went both ways.

Thru Merle, Ted's learned about
a dog's intelligence,
and how it could be expanded
by allowing more freedom and decisions.
Ted Kerasote takes us on a journey they shared.

He explores why the dog-human bond is so intense
and how people and dogs communicate.

Using his research from study on wolves,
he shows how wolves treat maturing pups as partners
rather than subordinates,
and explains how sharing leadership with your dog,
rather than being its alpha, can help to create a healthier
more self-reliant and better socialized companion,
contrary to popular belief.

361 pages.

in North Raleigh
near Capital & 540.
6911 Capital Blvd.


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