Each of us has certainly read Dašenka. This book has turned many a child into a dog lover and we believe it has taught him a lot about the canine world. But if you want to learn more, or even wish to better understand your pet and thus facilitate your coexistence, we recommend reading one of the following titles.
TRAINING IS AN INTERVIEW - FRANTIŠEK ŠUSTA
We would classify this book as a must-read for all dog owners. The author is František Šusta, an internationally recognized animal trainer. In addition to his private cynological practice, he has the opportunity to practice his methods at work, in the zoo, where he gives demonstrations and conducts exercises to correct problem behaviors. Everyone should read the book, even if they are just thinking about a dog (and probably another pet). Thanks to it, you will understand animal behavior and thus prevent unnecessary misunderstandings and possible punishments, which often do more harm than good.
COMIC MAX - TOMÁŠ KREML AND MICHAELA MORÁVKOVÁ
Comic book Max is trying to bring children closer to the topic of breeding farms in the form of coloring books and games, to show them what is wrong with them and how they harm dogs. The story tells about the classic case of getting a dog from a breeder, when little Alenka wants a pet and her parents buy it for her birthday through a dubious advertisement at the bazaar. Those who know the fate of dogs from similar "breedings" will certainly not be surprised that the new addition will soon fall ill. But you have to read for yourself with the children how everything turns out. The book is not only about education, the entire sale proceeds are determined by the association OZ FRBUL and Kočičí ště, zs., which take care of rescued and disadvantaged dogs and cats.
DON'T BARK AND EAT - MAREK BARTOSÍK
If you want to treat your dog to something other than a bowl of kibble, we recommend taking inspiration from the recipes in this cookbook. Saliva will flow not only to the furry ones, but also to you. The book is divided into several sections according to the occasion. You will find recipes for small treats, but also birthday cakes or even Christmas dinner! Just be careful that you don't want to switch your plate with a dog bowl. We wouldn't be surprised!
GUMP: THE DOG THAT TAUGHT PEOPLE TO LIVE - FILIP ROŽEK
The story of Gump the stray dog is built from the real experiences of a man who has devoted his whole life to rescuing abused dogs, exposing dog breeding farms and righting the wrongs that people in the callous pursuit of money commit to man's best friend. There are raw moments in the book, but at the same time, you will be amazed by the dog's wisdom and the boundless love that a dog can offer you despite all the bad things he has experienced in his life.
HOW TO KNOW A DOG'S SOUL - RUDOLF DESENSKÝ
Dog psychologist Rudolf Desenský specializes especially in problem dogs, over whom their owners have already broken the stick and do not know how to deal with them. On the other hand, Rudolf will understand them in most cases right from the first meeting. In the book, the author describes the path to his work, shares his experiences with more or less unmanageable dogs and gives advice for a happy and problem-free coexistence between man and dog.
TRANSMITTING SIGNALS – TURID RUGAAS
Have you ever wished your dog could talk? In fact, it really does speak to you, just not in the way you'd expect. But often you don't even notice it. After reading this book, many dog owners have said that it changed their lives and turned their view of dogs 180 degrees. It will teach you to notice the dog signals that dogs use to communicate, and also tell you how to recognize and understand them. In short, it is such a translator of dog speech.