This is a terrific article by Hal Herzog, Ph.D., published in Psychology Today. Dr. Herzog is professor emeritus of psychology at Western Carolina University and author of Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat: Why It’s So Hard To Think Straight About Animals.
Dr. Herzog discusses the 25 new things he learned about dogs while reading The Domestic Dog: It’s Evolution, Behavior and Interactions with People. The book is edited by James Serpell, a pioneer in the field of Anthrozoology and a compendium of 20 chapters written by a who’s who of canine researchers.
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