“Doggie Language” by Lili Chin

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Written by: Laura

Laura is founder of Easy Peasy Obedience, and works in positive methods based on teamwork and games, and with focus on minimising frustration in the training - for both dog and human.

Published: December 6, 2021

I’m SO happy I have to pick up my toy!

Probably your dog

Why did I get this book?

Because I love and adore Lili Chin’s artwork. I’m not ashamed about this, nor will I ever be. And if you don’t love and adore it, I’ll be open-minded and simply assume that it’s because you’re not familiar with it. On a more serious note, I also got it because I constantly look for resources on dog language, in the hunt for the most hooman-friendly works. And to be honest, I think I found one of the best quick guides to speaking dog.

What does this book do?

In short, this book is a super simple, absolutely adorable quick guide to doggy language. It covers in brief words the most common dog communication to help us understand what our dogs are saying. Each part is accompanied by cute little illustrations featuring a wide variety of dog breeds.
Additionally, it’s pocket-sized so easy to bring along in the train for a refresher while you’re waiting anyway.

What this book does not do:

Deep, geeky analysis of dog body language. But, that doesn’t mean the book isn’t worth it. Because really, most everyday dog owners (that’s you, guys) can get really far with a simple quick guide like this.

Where to get this book?

I got mine from bookdepository, but most major bookstores carry it.

Akira reading the Doggy Language book
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