Dogs in Literature:

From dogs on the battlefield to dogs in the White House, “The Pawprints of History” by Stanley Coren tells the tales of canine companions who have been on the front lines of history. Coren, a doctor who specializes in dog-human interactions, examines the dynamics between humans and dogs with examples taken from all over the world.  From the Dali Lama to Sigmund Freud, the pivotal figures he writes about embody the common belief that a good dog is the key to successful person.  Coren’s other works include such titles as “Born to Bark”, “How to Speak Dog” and “Why We Love the Dogs We Do”.

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