When Man Meets Dog

What a difference a dog makes

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When Man Meets Dog

What a difference a dog makes

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…a book that will leave many men feeling validated for their experiences and feelings; many women with a better understanding of the challenges faced by the men in their lives, and everyone with a richer appreciation for the incredible power that dogs can play in the lives of men.

Lori Kogan, Ph.D., Clinical Sciences Department, Colorado State University
Editor, "Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin," The Section on Human Animal Interaction: Research & Practice, of Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology) of the American Psychological Association. Co-editor, "Men and Their Dogs: A New Understanding of ‘Man’s Best Friend’"

When man meets dog, it leads to a unique friendship; one that can change men's live. What a difference a dog can make.

When Man Meets Dog is the first book to explore the meaning of the human-animal bond from the male experience. For men, the connection with dogs bypasses familiar male barriers that keep so many others at a distance. Come to understand the challenges men face in making bonds, and why ties with canine companions offset many of these difficulties.
  • The first book to explain the human/canine bond from the male perspective
  • Explores the unique challenges men face in making and sustaining connections
  • How canine companions circumvent connection barriers common in other relationships
  • The messages males receive about being a man have direct implications for dealing with a range of potential changes and losses
  • Canine companions can be a unique source of comfort to men working through changes and losses
  • Understand the unique ways men face grief and loss
  • Discover how men form a ‘continuing bond’ with an animal companion; a new way to connect and preserve the importance of the bond
  • Learn about the varying ways men form continuing bonds with animal companions
  • A memoir with a purpose – enables readers to personally experience the bond through the eyes of the author, from his own experinece
  • Written in a conversational way while also drawing from the latest research about the positive impact of animal companions in men’s lives

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…a book that will leave many men feeling validated for their experiences and feelings; many women with a better understanding of the challenges faced by the men in their lives, and everyone with a richer appreciation for the incredible power that dogs can play in the lives of men.

Lori Kogan, Ph.D., Clinical Sciences Department, Colorado State University
Editor, "Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin," The Section on Human Animal Interaction: Research & Practice, of Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology) of the American Psychological Association. Co-editor, "Men and Their Dogs: A New Understanding of ‘Man’s Best Friend’"

SKU HH4879
Format Paperback • 225 x 152mm • 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-845848-79-8
UPC 6-36847-04879-2
Published April 2016

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