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Dr. Nicholas Dodman, who has been hailed as the "world's leading veterinary psychopharmacologist" by Dr. John Ratey of Harvard Medical School, runs the renowned Tufts University Veterinary Center. An international expert in domestic-animal research as well as in the veterinary practice of animal psychology, Dr. Dodman is the author of The Dog Who Loved Too Much and The Cat Who Cried for Help. From the Hardcover edition.
"A Dr. Spock-like owner's guide to rearing and training the family dog." --The Washington Post "I love Dr. Dodman's work!" --Elizabeth Marshall Thomas "This witty, insightful guide explains the gamut of canine behavior, from the peculiar ('Honey, why does Buffy keep staring at the sofa?') to the problematic ('and why does ripper keep eating it?')." --American Way "Owners will learn the ABCs of communicating with their dogs." --The Plain Dealer, Cleveland