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The Intelligence of Dogs: A Guide To The Thoughts, Emotions, And Inner Lives Of Our Canine Companions Paperback – March 1, 1995
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Psychologist and trainer Coren studies the psychological makeup of dogs in an attempt to answer many questions about canine emotions and intelligence.
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.
"A comprehensive history of the dog...congenial interweaving of anecdote and analysis."--The Washington Post
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Coren then goes on to describe the history and lineage of dogs, types of dog intelligence, and the variations amongst the breeds. He goes into great depth about the different types of dogs and their purposes and abilities, and even provides you with ways to test your dog's intelligence.
More importantly, he guides you in ways to INCREASE the intelligence of your dog!
While this book is still very helpful for people with older dogs, I'd consider this a MUST-READ before anyone considers even selecting a particular breed.