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Academic & Professional Books  Mammals  Insectivores to Ungulates  Carnivores  Wolves, Dogs, Foxes & other Canids

Affe Trifft Wolf: Dominieren statt Kooperieren? Die Mensch-Hund-Beziehung [Ape Meets Wolf: Domination instead of Cooperation? The Human-Dog Relationship]

Out of Print
By: Elli H Radinger(Author), Günther Bloch(Author)
192 pages, 150 colour photos
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
Affe Trifft Wolf: Dominieren statt Kooperieren? Die Mensch-Hund-Beziehung [Ape Meets Wolf: Domination instead of Cooperation? The Human-Dog Relationship]
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  • Affe Trifft Wolf: Dominieren statt Kooperieren? Die Mensch-Hund-Beziehung [Ape Meets Wolf: Domination instead of Cooperation? The Human-Dog Relationship] ISBN: 9783440132067 Hardback Jan 2012 Out of Print #204082
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Language: German

Human beings are descendents of apes in the same way dogs are of wolves. So why is it then that we have chosen to live with a wolf instead of an ape? What advantages did we gain by further developing alongside the socially- oriented canines and learning from them? Gunther Bloch and Elli H. Radinger are dealing with the question about how the coevolution of simians and canines, which has been ongoing for thousands of years, will develop in the future and how we can benefit from it. Taking the individual personalities of humans and dogs into consideration, how can we learn to cooperate with our dogs instead of dominating them and thus build a harmonious and happy relationship?

Summary in German:
Der Mensch stammt vom Affen ab, der Hund vom Wolf. Doch warum haben wir uns den Wolf ausgesucht, um mit ihm zu leben und nicht den Affen? Welche Vorteile hat es uns gebracht, dass wir uns gemeinsam mit den sozial orientierten Kaniden weiterentwickelt und von ihnen gelernt haben? Günther Bloch und Radinger, Elli H beschäftigen sich mit der Frage, wie die Ko-Evolution von Affenartigen und Hundeartigen, die seit Jahrtausenden existiert, heute weitergeht und wie wir davon profitieren können. Wie können wir – unter Berücksichtigung individueller Persönlichkeiten von Mensch und Hund – lernen, mit unseren Hunden zu kooperieren, statt sie zu dominieren, und so eine harmonische und glückliche Beziehung aufbauen?

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Günther Bloch hat die Hunde-Farm „Eifel“ gegründet und erforscht seit fast 20 Jahren das Verhalten der Wölfe im Banff Nationalpark in Kanada.
Elli H. Radinger ist Herausgeberin des Wolfs Magazins und erforscht seit 1995 die Wölfe im Yellowstone-Nationalpark/USA.

Out of Print
By: Elli H Radinger(Author), Günther Bloch(Author)
192 pages, 150 colour photos
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
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