Brain Asymmetry of Structure and/or Function

Author: Lesley J. Rogers

Publisher: MDPI


Category: Science

Page: 156

View: 560

This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue "Brain Asymmetry of Structure and/or Function" that was published in Symmetry

Play It Again, Tom

Author: Augustus Brown

Publisher: Random House


Category: Humor

Page: 320

View: 888

Dogs can smell electricity. Cats can heal bones by purring. Kittens can contact their mothers via a secret, ultra-sonic language. Dogs can understand a vocabulary of 200 human words. Every day, it seems, new scientific discoveries are fuelling the age old argument about which of man's two best friends really is the superior species. Augustus Brown fans the flames further with this collection of the weirdest, most wonderful and downright incredible of these truths about cats and dogs. Did you know, for instance, that dogs can see moving objects 900 yards away, and that cats can sense earthquakes coming? Or that dogs prefer Bach to Britney, while cats prefer drugs to chocolate? Fascinating, funny and provocative, his book may not settle the debate once and for all. But it is certain to set cat and dog lovers arguing like, well you know what...

Dogs & Human Health

Author: Milena Penkowa, M.D., Ph.D., DMSc

Publisher: Balboa Press


Category: Medical

Page: 318

View: 871

What if you could significantly improve your physical and mental health by taking a simple step that’s easy, rewarding, and fun? Dr. Milena Penkowa says you can do that and more by owning a dog – and yet people continue to invest time and money in costly treatments before even considering a furry friend. Dogs can stave off diseases and certain cancers, erase pain, and ease anxiety, depression, allergies, diabetes, and cardiovascular disorders. Over the long term, they can also reduce the burden of dementia, epilepsy, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia and autism. This guidebook explains the scientifically proven benefits of dogs, and you’ll learn how dogs: • change the human brain so it reacts and thinks differently; • improve the immune system to make you more resilient than dog deprived individuals; • boost and invigorate the human spirit and secure happiness; • promote a life of longevity and healthiness. Stop looking for fancy remedies to physical and mental problems, and start looking for a dog wagging its tail. Tap into a natural method to survive and thrive by learning about the fascinating connections between Dogs & Human Health.

The Dog Guardian

Author: Nigel Reed

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Pets

Page: 240

View: 923

Struggling to solve your dog's behavioural problems? Looking to achieve the perfect relationship with your dog? The Dog Guardian is here to help. Dog behaviourist Nigel Reed teaches emotional intelligence for dog owners, leading to confident, happy and well-behaved dogs. Through his many years of experience Nigel has found that there are four fundamental components for a content and well-behaved dog. In The Dog Guardian Nigel explains the philosophy and gives you practical, step-by-step advice. This new and vital information will empower you to address any of your dog's undesirable behaviours, no matter its age, breed or history. The Dog Guardian has already helped thousands of dogs and their owners address problem behaviours including anxiety, nervousness, aggression, hyperactivity, lead pulling, jumping up and much more. It's easier than you'd think.
Biography & Autobiography


Author: Amber Marks

Publisher: Random House


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 368

View: 279

Crime detection has gone to the dogs and squirrels are being busted for espionage. If you've never wondered about the new direction of 'intelligence-led policing' in our society, now is the time to start. It was a chance encounter with a police sniffer-dog that drew criminal lawyer Amber Marks into the hidden world of the science of smell and its law-enforcement applications. Soon she stumbled into a wonderland of contemporary surveillance, where the spying skills of bees, dolphins and a myriad other critters were being harnessed to build a 'secure world' of bio-intelligence. From the businesses, scientists and military departments developing new smell-based surveillance technologies, to good old-fashioned police dogs, Amber discovered a secret world of security forces, where animals and scent are as important as intelligence agents and CCTV. Part polemical exploration of our burgeoning surveillance society, part humorous memoir, this intriguing book will capture your imagination and get you wondering: just who stands to benefit from all this 'security'?

The New St. Bernard

Author: George Gwilliam

Publisher: Howell Book House


Category: Pets

Page: 176

View: 402

Loving tribute to a legendary canine For centuries the Saint Bernard was an indispensable part of the landscape of Switzerland and a lifeline for many stranded travelers near the Monastery that gave the breed its name. The Saint has inspired artists, poets and a long list of writers. Now comes an all-new book on this gentle giant of alpine legend that is bound to inform and delight everyone who has fallen under the spell of these spectacular dogs. The book includes fourteen information-filled chapters covering breed history, true stories of Saint courage, choosing and caring for a Saint puppy, adult maintenance, the standard, showing, breeding, health care and a view of Saints around the world. Lavishly illustrated with photos in black and white and color.

ASPCA Complete Dog Care Manual

Author: Bruce Fogle

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Pets

Page: 192

View: 150

Describe basic dog care and offers advice on feeding, grooming, health care, problem behavior, breeding, first aid, and showing

Complete Illustrated Guide to Dog Care

Author: Bruce Fogle

Publisher: Thunder Bay Press (CA)


Category: Pets

Page: 311

View: 633

An illustrated guide to the behavior of and care of dogs, from puppyhood to old age.