Alexandra Horowitz is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Inside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell, and Know; Being a Dog: Following the Dog into a World of Smell; Our Dogs, Ourselves: The Story of a Singular Bond; and The Year of the Puppy: How Dogs Become Themselves. She teaches at Barnard College, where she runs the Dog Cognition Lab. She lives with her family of Homo sapiens, Canis familiaris, and Felis catus in New York City.
""Inside of a Dog" is a most welcome authoritative, personal, and
witty book about what it is like to be a dog. This engaging volume
serves as a corrective to the many myths that circulate about just
who our canine companions are. I hope this book enjoys the wide
readership it deserves." -- Marc Bekoff, author of "The Emotional
Lives of Animals and Wild Justice: The Moral Lives of Animals"
(with Jessica Pierce)
"Discover why your dog is so sensitive to your emotions, gaze, and body language. Dogs live in a world of ever-changing intricate detail of smell. Read this captivating book and enter the sensory world of your dog." -- Temple Grandin, author of "Animals in Translation" and "Animals Make Us Human"