The Meaning of Woof: What Your Dog Really Thinks! (Paperback)
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Barks, licks, growls and wags—get a greater understanding of what your dog is trying to communicate to you, and why!
Learn how to decipher all the barks, licks, growls and wags—and get a greater understanding of what your dog is trying to communicate to you, and why. Plus, discover how our longstanding codependency makes for happier, healthier humans and their pooches.
This book explores the nature of our relationship with our four-legged friends including personal tales, scientific explorations and inspiring stories of how dogs can make us better people.
About the Author
Pamela Weintraub is a veteran journalist specializing in psychology, life sciences, and culture. She is former editor-in-chief of OMNI, executive editor of Discover, and currently the psychology and health editor of Aeon. She is author or co-author of 16 books, including the award-winning Cure Unknown: Inside the Lyme Epidemic, as well as The Meaning of Meow (Centennial Books, 2020) and The Meaning of Woof (Centennial Books, 2020). For the last two years, much of her work’s focus has been on covering animal psychology and the animal mind. Pamela lives in New York City.