Acknowledgements The Joy of Dogs The Shame of the Animal Kingdom Canis Major Twixt Dog and Wolf Sola Fido The Dog Vinci Code Darwin's Dogs Companion Species Manifesto Ecce Canis Dog Years Portrait of the philosopher as a dog Oedipus Rex Sons of a bitch We Are All Inuits A Tergo More Ferarum The Mark of Cain The Big Bark Gabriel Epilogue
Mark Alizart is a writer and philosopher who lives in Paris. He is also the happy owner of a dog.
"Mark Alizart returns to the history of civilizations to restore to the dog its essential role. Far from being a mere companion of man, might the dog ultimately be his master?" France Culture "This plea to restore to the dog 'its ancient rights' echoes intelligently the present-day sensibility for the animal cause." L'Express "A clever treatise of canine philosophy." Le Monde "Delightful." The Spectator "Seminal . . . [Alizart] makes a compelling case on why dogs matter and articulates the important lessons they can impart to us." The Bark