- 132 pages
- Standard Color
- 5.5 x 8.5 inches
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- 978-1-5255-0632-1 Hardcover
Dogs, Training, Grooming, Animal Abuse, Canine Behaviour, Bulgaria, Bulgarian immigrant
The rupture of a 14 thousand year relationship with man's best friend
Humans and dogs have enjoyed a unique relationship for thousands of years. Yet, just in the last few generations, something has changed. For canine consultant Christopher Nicolov many humans have begun to disrespect the dog's nature. A kind of unintended selfishness has lead to over-humanizing dogs and an explosion in behavioral problems. Filled with a sense of history and personal accounts from a lifetime of working with dogs, the book implores dog owners to rethink the path we are on. Told through transcribed interviews and thoughtful interpretation by journalist Jeff Gilhooly the book will engage anyone with a humane heart.
Jeff Gilhooly is a retired journalist and dog owner. He is a graduate of Trent University and the University of Western Ontario's Graduate School of Journalism. He was news Director of CFPL AM/FM in London, Ontario for seven years before becoming the Program Director of the Canadian Forces Network in Lahr, Germany. He returned to Canada in 1990 to host numerous radio programs for CBC in Newfoundland and Labrador. He ended his broadcasting career in 2010 after more than a decade hosting the award winning CBC St. John's Morning Show.
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