“All dogs have the potential to be amazing. It’s only us that hold them back.” – James Offord
I want to congratulate James Offord on the recent release of his first book, Think Dog Think. As many of you know, I love when people follow their hearts..their calling...their dreams; and see projects such as this right through to completion. James explains what his book is all about:
"Think Dog Think expresses the thoughts I have built up over many years of working and being around dogs and the insights I have gained whilst being in the company of some of my best friends. This is not a training manual, no definitive answers. Only a way to relate to dogs and understand them better which has worked for me. My thoughts are brought together with analogies to make them easy to understand and aimed at the relationship we have with each other and how it is intimately entwined with that of our canine friends.
I believe in nurturing potential by giving our pets the freedom and choice to build their confidence and this book runs through many experiences and beliefs that I have, not to prove it but to give you an insight into what I believe and the amazing animals I have had the privilege to be around that have taught me more than I could ever teach them. They taught me to Think, Dog think."
James and his beloved Hooch
Think Dog Think comes in paperback and is available on Amazon. (Internationally) Thank you James for sharing your memoirs and connecting with dog lovers everywhere.