Inside of a Dog -- Young Readers Edition: What Dogs See, Smell, and Know Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-15 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 9 user ratings

" Meh, whatever. some of the explanations of dog behavior are interesting but I got sick of hearing about the authors dog. " said.

" If you love dogs, and want to learn more about them, I highly recommend this book! I like to read stories about dogs more than informational books, so I gave this 3 stars. " said.

" I think inside of a dog what they see Smell and here is a great book. One of my favorite things about this book is that they tell you from the dogs prospective and the humans prospective. Like when the author said that dogs see a couch as a pile a of pillows and a human sees a couch as something to sit on. " said.

"I received a review copy from the publisher to review for the Cybils Awards

This book is engaging and is written with warmth, intelligence, and great analogies to help the reader better understand their dog’s frame of reference. In full disclosure, it’s also the only book I’ve read about how dogs think. The explanation for why a dog wouldn’t like a particular person hit home. It’s not that the dog senses the person is untrustworthy, but the dog sensing his owner is uncomfortable with that person. That makes complete sense to me. We had a dog that didn’t like a particular extended family member at all. I bet he got that sense from me. :)

Anyway, kids that are interested in how dogs think, interact with each other and interact with humans will enjoy this. Now I need to read a book like this about cats.
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" I appreciate a YA/middle grade nonfiction that isn't a memoir or historical, but I preferred The Genius of Dogs to this one. I would definitely recommend to younger readers, but I think by the time they hit 8th grade, this would be a bit too young. " said.

" I am really into dogs and animals in general, so I liked this book a lot. I learned tons about dogs! " said.

" An animal psychologist explains dog's behavior through scientific studies and her own personal experiences being a pet owner. I didn't realize this was the "young reader" edition when I bought it, but overall it was interesting and informative. " said.

" Reviewed by Hannah Hom for San Diego Book ReviewHave you ever looked at a dog and wondered what they were thinking? Well, if you have, this book is for you. Alexandra Horowitz takes you on a journey through a dog’s world. From head to tail, from shoulders to paws, she helps you understand what dogs see, smell, and know.You can read this entire review and others like it at San Diego Book Review. " said.

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