ANIMALS AS TEACHERS AND HEALERS
by Susan McElroy True stories of the pets, working animals, and creatures of the wild who transform and heal our lives. The author shares stories from her own life and the lives of others to portray animals as intuitive, loyal friends.
by Betty Lewis A compilation of stories from the author's case files and from a private class in talking with animals. (She is an animal communicator.)
ANIMALS. EMOTION & MORALITY - MARKING THE BOUNDARY
by B. A. Dixon In this exploration of our emotional kinship with animals, philosopher B. A. Dixon invites the reader to consider what is philosophically controversial about the idea that animals have emotions.
Dixon concludes that we are unwarranted in attributing to animals morally laden emotions.
BE THE DOG - SECRETS OF THE NATURAL DOG OWNER
by Steve Duno Here’s a revolutionary approach to dog training based on observing what “natural” dog owners do instinctively— that is, they intuitively understand the canine mind and relate to a dog by thinking like a dog. Together, owner and dog will throw away the old ideas of obedience and control, and build a deeper relationship based on mutual respect.
IZZY & LENORE. TWO DOGS, AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY, AND ME
by Jon Katz Humorous and deeply moving, Izzy & Lenore is a story of a man confronting his past, embracing the blessings of his current life, and rediscovering the meaning of friendship, family, and faith. Katz shares an uplifting tale of love, compassion, and the rich and complex relationships between dogs and their humans.
KINSHIP WITH ALL LIFE
by J. Allen Boone Is there a universal language of love...a "kinship with all life" that can open us up to the lessons taught by non-human animals? Here are several examples.
NEXT OF KIN: MY CONVERSATIONS WITH CHIMPANZEES
by Roger Fouts This remarkable book describes Fouts' odyssey from novice researcher to celebrity scientist to impassioned crusader for the rights of animals. A voyage of scientific discovery and interspecies communication, this is a stirring tale of friendship, courage, and compassion that will change forever the way we view our biological--and spiritual--next of kin.
THE DANGEROUS BOOK FOR DOGS - A PARODY
by Joe Garden, Janet Ginsburg, Chris Pauls, Anita Serwacki, Scott Sherman The Dangerous Book for Dogs provides insight on everything from the tastiest styles of shoes to chew on to escaping humiliating costumes.
THE HANDLER FACTOR
by Ann Howie Many AAI programs focus on the evaluation of the animals, when, in comparing the handler and the animal, it is the handler who has the greatest potential to do harm.
The Handler Factor provides detailed information on specific behaviors needed in therapy dog handlers for safety and success in visiting-animal programs.
THE LANGUAGE OF ANIMALS
by Carol Gurney Seven Step HeartTalk Program developed to help people communicate with and make a spiritual connection with their animal companions.
THE MODERN DOG: A JOYFUL EXPLORATION OF HOW WE LIVE WITH DOGS TODAY
by Stanley Coren From the consistently popular author of dog books, "The Modern Dog" is a charming look at what dogs mean to people today. This work is full of fascinating science, history, and, as usual, Dr. Coren's insightful stories about people and their best friends' complex behavior.