Tim Link is the host of the nationally syndicated radio show Animal Writes and a regular contributing writer for Victoria Stilwell's Positively pet expert blog and Dogster and Catster magazines. He lives with his wife and their many pets outside Atlanta, Georgia.
"Packed full of great practical information on how to deal with
everyday behavioral issues, along with something less tangible that
could take the relationship you have with your cat or dog to a
whole new level."
-- from the foreword by Victoria Stilwell, dog behavior expert and star of It's Me or the Dog
"I highly recommend this book! It will make living with
you so much easier."
-- Sneaky Pie (the cat) as told to Rita Mae Brown, New York Times-bestselling author of the Mrs. Murphy Mystery series "Communicating with our animals is one of the most important aspects of the human-animal connection, and it can also be the most fun, as demonstrated in Tim Link's lively, practical book. You'll discover ways to solve common pet problems and make interacting with animals more meaningful. It's the perfect book to enhance our lives with the amazing creatures who share our world."
-- Marty Becker, DVM, America's Veterinarian and the chief veterinary correspondent for Dogster "This book helps us stop talking to or at our animal pals and teaches us how to talk with them! Whether your furry friend has behavioral problems or is the best pet in the world, Talking with Dogs and Cats will help you develop a more richly rewarding communication, a give-and-take dialogue where both of you learn what the other wants. A win-win!"
-- W. Bruce Cameron, author of A Dog's Purpose and The Dog Master "Focusing on the dogs and cats in our lives, Tim Link explains how to understand them through getting their unique perspectives, thoughts, and feelings."
-- Penelope Smith, pioneering animal communication specialist and author of Animal Talk, When Animals Speak, and Animals in Spirit "Practicing animal communicator and consultant Link shares his animal telepathy techniques with pet owners so they can better understand and bond with their animals....By employing these methods, he advises how to solve or reduce various behavior problems such as separation anxiety, excessive barking, litter-box mishaps, reactions to storms and other loud noises, and resistance to walking on a leash....Link's easygoing attitude and sincerity will be a welcome addition to those interested in alternative forms of animal communication."
-- Library Journal