Know What Goes Inside your best friend’s Brain
Why are dogs loyal? How do they form a bond with their human friends? How do dogs think? These are probably some of the questions that men have been trying to decipher with regards to human and canine relationships. If your family or your friends have pet dogs and these questions have also been nagging you for years, then here’s a book that can help you understand more about these animals. How Dogs Love Us: A Neuroscientist and His Adopted Dog Decode the Canine Brain by Emory University neuroscientist Gregory Berns details how the author worked with his dog, Callie, in finding answers to such questions and what he found out in the process.
How Dogs Love Us is a perfect birthday gift idea for dog lovers in your family, within your circle of friends or clubs, or in your workplace. It’s a good read as they will relate themselves with Berns. He thought of studying his dog’s brain via MRI and other processes that would yield some empirical data that will point out that dogs should also be regarded as how we do people close to us.