Understanding Your Dog.

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This is a reference guide written by a Border collie called Rocky. It explains some of the fundamental issues that strain the human/dog relationship like why dogs bark at lawn mowers, chase cats and rip up cushions. It's a dog's view on our world and all our stuff in it and it also explains how to make your dog happier and healthier in the funniest way possible. More

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About Susan Day

Susan is a canine behaviourist and a storyteller. She lives with her family and dogs, in particular, Rocky the Border collie and Stella, the blind dog. She is a canine behaviourist, as well, and spends her time writing and illustrating; training and counselling dogs and being bossed around by the family cat, Speed Bump Charlie.

Susan travelled around the world twice before she was seven years old. It seemed only fitting that the wonderful events she experienced and the places she visited on these journeys be recorded for history. Thus, her story telling skills began. Firstly, to Rupert Bear, her lifelong companion, and then to a host of imaginary friends and finally to her pet dog once the family finally set down roots in Australia.

Susan is passionate about children's literature and wants to inspire children to be better people and encourage them to follow their dreams. She runs workshops for children teaching them how to form the wonders of their imaginations into stories.

She is also passionate about building a meaningful relationship between a dog and its owner - one built on trust and respect. The gentle, positive based training she developed has successfully resulted in hundreds of dogs becoming valuable members of their homes and their communities.

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Review by: Tabitha Ormiston-Smith on Feb. 09, 2015 :
This short and charming book give us a run-down on what dogs are all about, from a dog's viewpoint. It's well written and nicely illustrated, and, best of all, within the humour are buried many very true and important facts that all dog guardians should know.
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