Lupine for Dog Owners New Information About the "Wolf in Dog's Clothing" About Alpha, Dominance and Other Popular Fallacies
Günther Bloch, Elli H. Radinger
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The dog, the unknown being? That hasn't been the case for a long time, dog owners are convinced. People have, after all, learned from the ancestor wolf how dogs behave. As alpha one is always the top dog and controls the pride, strangers in the territory are not tolerated. In day-to-day confrontation, the strongest one always wins. That these clichés have little to do with the actual, family-oriented social behavior of wolves, field researchers Günther Bloch und Elli H. Radinger prove in many examples, based on the most up-to-date wolf research. That research will exert important influence on the relationship between human and dog. Günther Bloch has researched the behavior of wolves in Banff National Park in Canada for almost 20 years. Elli Radinger is editor in chief of Wolf Magazine and has researched wolves in Yellowstone National Park (USA) since 1995.