Dog Knows book
Dogs are usually thought of as obedient, loyal animals, but we don’t always pay attention to their wide range of personality attributes and vast repertoire of communication signals. Dogs not only have advanced and nuanced ways of reaching out to other members of their own species but have evolved specialized skills to ‘converse’ with humans as well.
Dog Knows documents the journeys of several dogs, helping us decode the rich, complex social and emotional lives of dogs. What does it mean when a dog is not making eye contact, or is growling softly? How do street dogs learn to cope with fear, or pick up community skills – and how can our pet dogs learn the same?
“The markedly different approach that Sindhoor offers, compared to other dog books in the market, sends out a clear and understandable message. The book mirrors the changing times, wherein the world is taking a more ethical and accepting view of animals and focusing their well-being, something that is often missing in traditional dog training.”
– Turid Rugaas
President of Pet Dog Trainers of Europe
Dog Behaviourist and Author