By Ellen Miles
Brrr! It's chilly! Snuggle up with a contented husky during this wintry weather adventure.
10-year-old Lizzie Peterson and her kinfolk are on an adventurous wintry weather holiday in snowy Vermont while she meets endure, an lovable husky known as lazy after which deserted by way of his sled-dog racing group. Lizzie falls in love with endure, and rescues him while he will get misplaced in the course of a major storm from snow. Will Lizzie manage to locate endure a house the place he's favored? while she meets Fern, a tender musher, Lizzie is going at the experience of her life--and thinks she can have stumbled on the reply.
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I will celebrate the day when dogs are not property which we own. Until then, I use the word owner apolitically, for convenience and with no other motive. This motive guides me in my pronoun use, too: unless discussing a female dog, I usually call the dog “him,” as this is our gender-neutral term. The reputedly more neutral “it” is not an option, for anyone who has known a dog. Umwelt: From the Dog’s Point of Nose This morning I was awakened by Pump coming over to the bed and sniffing emphatically at me, millimeters away, her whiskers grazing my lips, to see if I was awake or alive or me.
Their abilities and point of view merit special attention. And the result is magnificent: far from being distanced by science, we are brought closer to and can marvel at the true nature of the dog. Used rigorously but creatively, the process and results of science can shed new light on discussions that people have daily about what their dog knows, understands, or believes. Through my personal journey, learning to look systemically and scientifically at my own dog’s behavior, I came to have a better understanding of, appreciation of, and relationship with her.
It is full of details . . . It is in the moment . . . It is fleeting and fast . . . It is written all over their faces . . You Had Me at Hello Bondables Touching animals At hello The dance The bond effect The Importance of Mornings Go for a “smell walk” Train thoughtfully Allow for his dogness Consider the source Give him something to do Play with him Look again Spy on him Don’t bathe your dog every day Read the dog’s tells Pet friendly Get a mutt Anthropomorphize with umwelt in mind Postscript: Me and My Dog Notes and Sources Acknowledgments Index Outside of a dog, a book is man’s best friend.
Bear (The Puppy Place, Book 14) by Ellen Miles