"Dogs have been with us a lot longer than cats. Somewhere between fifteen and thirty thousand years..." Citizen Canine: 1 of 3: Our Evolving Relationship with Cats and Dogs by David Grimm.

Sep 10, 2018, 12:57 AM



Title: All about dogs : a book for doggy people

Identifier: allaboutdogsbook00lane (find matches)

Year: 1900 (1900s)

Authors: Lane, Charles Henry

Subjects: Dogs

Publisher: London ; New York : J. Lane

Contributing Library: Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine

Digitizing Sponsor: Tufts University )



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"Dogs have been with us a lot longer than cats.  Somewhere between fifteen and thirty thousand years..."  Citizen Canine: 1 of 3: Our Evolving Relationship with Cats and Dogs by David Grimm.

"A fascinating account of how our conceptions of dogs and cats are changing - and what the outcome may mean for their futures. I was gripped throughout."—John Bradshaw, New York Times bestselling author of Dog Sense and Cat Sense

“Grimm traces the evolution of today's pets, from once being considered feral beasts and valueless subjects to family members and quasicitizens. The author's research includes fascinating travels across the country interviewing detectives investigating animal cruelty cases, soldiers training military working dogs, and animal law attorneys, and he also visits a wolf sanctuary…Engrossing, enjoyable, and well-researched.”—Library Journal, starred

“Grimm, deputy news editor at Science, investigates the ever-changing roles played by cats and dogs throughout history and travels the U.S. speaking to those on the cutting edge of animal science and welfare. [His] most valuable contribution…is his reasoned and well-researched discussion of the pet “personhood” movement, particularly its legal implications for veterinarians, scientific research, and agriculture.”—Publishers Weekly

“CITIZEN CANINE is a fascinating journey through time and space, documenting our relationship with our closest domestic friends. Meticulously researched and brilliantly written, Grimm's work is relevant, not just to every dog and cat lover, but anyone interested in how we came to be the humans we are today.” —Dr. Brian Hare, Associate Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology, Duke University, and author of the New York Times Bestseller, The Genius of Dogs