Human-Animal Bond reading library
Alex & Me
Irene Pepperberg is a scientist who worked with an African Grey Parrot named Alex. Together, they explored animal intelligence. Now, a little over a year after Alex's premature death, Pepperberg shares the story of their relationship -- the emotional connection as well as the work they did. This is one that will fascinate and move animal lovers.
Saying Goodbye to Your Angel Animals
For everyone who loves an animal the day eventually arrives when it is necessary to say goodbye. Most people admit this is one of the hardest things they ever have to do. Now where can they turn to for unconditional love? How will they fill the hole in their hearts?
Kindred Spirit, Kindred Care
Why do we care about animals? Because animals have been our family members, partners, protectors, teachers, companions, and soul mates. Because they are for the most part honest and loyal. Because they trust us, and what would we be if we did not respond to our animal companions in their time of need? Respect and thoughtful treatment towards animals and animal environments should be a gesture of our own human goodness.
Animals in Spirit
Learn how animals choose their paths in each life, and the knowledge they leave behind for their humans.
Old Dogs are the Best Dogs
They can be eccentric, slow afoot, even grouchy. But dogs live out their final days, says the author , Washington Post writer Gene Weingarten, with a humility and grace we all could learn from.
Cold Noses at the Pearly Gates
The death of your beloved pet can be one of the most heartbreaking losses you'll ever endure. But recovery isn't only about closure. You also want to know where your best friend has gone.
The core message in Finding Forever is that our animal companions are here to teach us. Not the other way around. If we could suspend the veil of disbelief or skepticism, open ourselves to their guidance, and follow their example, we would be rewarded beyond anything we dreamt possible.
The Loved Dog
"The Loved Dog method is nothing short of a revolution. Tamar Geller shows us a pathway beyond punishment, and reminds us that understanding and respect are the key words in dog training in the twenty-first century. Now these common-sense and humane principles are set out clearly in a single, accessible volume."
-- Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO, The Humane Society of the United States
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