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eBook Dog's Best Friend: Journey to the Roots of an Ancient Partnership ePub

by Gerald Krakauer,Daniela Osiander,Ursula Birr

  • ISBN: 0892818298
  • Category: Pets and Animal Care
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Gerald Krakauer,Daniela Osiander,Ursula Birr
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Park Street Press; Original ed. edition (July 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 144
  • ePub book: 1680 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1127 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 999

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Dog-lovers-and should learn a lot from Dog's Best Friend. Gerald Krakauer is a veterinarian and journalist.

Dog-lovers-and should learn a lot from Dog's Best Friend. well written, compelling, and vivid. Perhaps the greatest accomplishment of this book is that it quickly dispels any notion that the animals being talked about are "pets. There are no such animals in this book.

Dog's Best Friend book. Ursula Birr, Daniela Osiander

Dog's Best Friend book. Explores the nature of the oldest human-animal relationship in cultures. Ursula Birr, Daniela Osiander. Dog's Best Friend follows the close partnership between man and dog in indigenous cultures and reveals how without our canine friends the cultural history of humankind would be vastly different. Whether as sled, shepherd, or hunting dogs, whether in the desert, jungle, or eternal ice, dogs have been the faithful companions of humans for thousands of years, and this union has proved one of the most enduring and fruitful in history.

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by Gerald Krakauer, Daniela Osiander, Ursula Birr. This amazing book will hold the attention of anyone who is interested in dogs, Anthropology, and the fascinating partnership between dogs and humans in many different cultures and climates

by Gerald Krakauer, Daniela Osiander, Ursula Birr. This amazing book will hold the attention of anyone who is interested in dogs, Anthropology, and the fascinating partnership between dogs and humans in many different cultures and climates. It shows how dogs have adapted to Geographical conditions, to cultural expectations, and how time and again dogs have literally kept humans alive in our struggle for survival. The relationship between dogs and humans, even working dogs like the greenland Huskies, are often cemented by affection on both sides, no matter if the dogs are not "pets".

Dog'S Best Friend : Journey to the Roots of an Ancient Partnership. Gerald Krakauer is a veterinarian and journalist

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Dog's Best Friend follows the close partnership between man and dog in indigenous cultures and reveals how without our canine friends the cultural history of humankind would be vastly different

Dog's Best Friend follows the close partnership between man and dog in indigenous cultures and reveals how without our canine friends the cultural history of humankind would be vastly different. Dog's Best Friend: Journey to the Roots of an Ancient Partnership by Ursula Birr, Gerald Krakauer, Daniela Osiander, Ursula Birr.

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Roots tells the story of Kunta Kinte-a young man taken from the Gambia .

Roots tells the story of Kunta Kinte-a young man taken from the Gambia when he was seventeen and sold as a slave-and seven generations of his descendants in the United States. After a nightmarish journey across the Atlantic on board the British slave ship Lord Ligonier, he is landed in Annapolis in the British colony of Maryland. In the concluding chapter of Roots, Alex Haley wrote: To the best of my knowledge and of my effort, every lineage statement within Roots is from either my African or American families' carefully preserved oral history, much of which I have been able conventionally to corroborate with documents.

Dog's Best Friend follows the close partnership between man and dog in indigenous cultures and reveals how .

Dog's Best Friend follows the close partnership between man and dog in indigenous cultures and reveals how without our canine friends the cultural history of humankind would be vastly different. This statement still holds true today, for the dog has long been man's partner in work and in play, and the roots of their spiritual connection extend into the very foundation of our culture.

Dog's best friend by Ursula Birr, Gerald Krakauer, Daniela Osiander, Ursula Birr . Journey to the Roots of an Ancient Partnership.

Journey to the Roots of an Ancient Partnership. by Ursula Birr, Gerald Krakauer, Daniela Osiander, Ursula Birr. Published June 1, 1999 by Park Street Press. Human-animal relationships, Dogs, Pictorial works. The author examines the role of dogs in the lives of the peoples of Burkina Faso, Borneo, Patagonia, Greenland, Namibia, Nepal, and Morocco.

Explores the nature of the oldest human-animal relationship in cultures around the world. • Over 100 stunning color photographs of rare breeds of dogs in their native environments. • Gives dog lovers a new appreciation of the important role dogs have always played in human lives. No other animal has influenced human development in as long-lasting or important ways as the dog. “He is the sanctuary of the tired, model of faithfulness, mirror-image of attention, peak of understanding and memory,the motto and mascot of wise men,” historian Christian Franz Pollini wrote of the dog almost 300 years ago. This statement still holds true today,for the dog has long been man's partner in work and in play, and the roots of their spiritual connection extend into the very foundation of our culture. In exploring the origins of this oldest human-animal relationship theauthors traveled to Borneo, Patagonia, Greenland, Namibia, and Nepal, wherethey found races of dogs that are largely unknown, dogs of pure beautyand unique character such as the azawakhs, basenjis, kelpies, and sloug his, dogs that even today are an essential part of their human community. Dog'sBest Friend follows the close partnership between man and dog in indigenous cultures and reveals how without our canine friends the cultural historyof humankind would be vastly different. Whether as sled, shepherd, or hunting dogs, whether in the desert, jungle, or eternal ice, dogs have been thefaithful companions of humans for thousands of years, and this union has proved one of the most enduring and fruitful in history.