We Recommend These Five Dog Books

We Recommend These Five Dog Books

It’s about that time. Where the days seem a little shorter and grabbing a book and cozy blanket sounds amazing! We realize our true loves for dogs, so we wanted to recommend some books related to our four-legged friends.

Behavior Adjustment Training 2.0 

This is a great book if you want to empower your dog to gain confidence and social skills. With BAT 2.0, trainer Grisha Stewart has completely overhauled Behavior Adjustment Training (BAT) to create a new efficient and practical tool for dog reactivity. This book teaches dogs safe opportunities to learn about people, dogs, and certain “triggers”.

Inside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell, and Know 

This book is extremely insightful. Alexandra Horowitz, a cognitive scientist takes time to explain how dogs perceive their daily worlds, each other, and that other quirky animal, the human. The author introduces the reader to dogs’ perceptual and cognitive abilities and then draws a picture of what it might be like to be a dog.

Doggie Language 

This book will help you get to know your dog on a different level! It is a fully illustrated practical “instruction manual” for dog owners to help them understand dog behavior by means of characterful bespoke drawings. This book will help you understand the subtle visual cues and interpret the behaviors used by your beloved pup to express how they are feeling.

Dog Heaven 

A comforting and playful exploration of a beloved dog’s journey after a happy life on earth. The author comforts readers who have lost a dog. From expensive fields where dogs can run and run to delicious treats no dog can resist, Cynthia Rylant paints a warm and affectionate picture of the ideal place created for a man’s best friend.

Brain Games for Dogs 

This book provides more than just fun ways to challenge a dog’s thinking and puzzle-solving abilities. The author suggests that such challenges build a strong bond between a dog and its owner. She also explains how to use hand signals and incorporate mental challenges and learning into everyday activities. Some of the great games mentioned in the book include hide and seek, nature’s obstacle course, mini agility course, and find the treat!

We hope that you enjoyed our list of recommended books which feature dogs. There are so many more to choose from too! Be sure to visit your local bookstore or browse the Internet for the latest books. Happy reading