Winner of the Dog Writers Association of America aBest Childrenas Book 2003a! aFrom its irresistible cover photograph to its concluding ideas for directing a love of dogs into a lifetime career, this is an appealing, user-friendly book, buttressed by plenty of scientific fact.aaBooklist aFun, enlightened fare for inquisitive dog owners.aaSchool Library Journal Get to know your best friend better by entering the world of canine senses. With this fun mix of activities, play, and science, kids can find out more about how dogs see, hear, smell, taste, and touch differently from humans, and how a dogas life and aging process differ from ours. You even learn to read your dogas minda brain function, intelligence, memory, and more. The most fun part is the experiments to test your dogas health, reflexes, vision, and sense of smell; or even trace its behavior back to the wolves that are its ancestors. A Selection of Scholastic Book Clubs.30 Fun Science Activities with Your Pet D. Caroline Coile, Catherine Leary ... More body mass builds up more body heat; more body surface area lets more body heat escape. The smaller a dog is, the more body surface he has compared toanbsp;...
|Title||:||How Smart is Your Dog?|
|Author||:||D. Caroline Coile, Catherine Leary|
|Publisher||:||Sterling Publishing Company, Inc. - 2004|