I read a review in the Oldie about this book and thought that it might join the other Dog Psychology books on the shelf, all bought in a vain attempt to understand and maybe even tame a very individual Lakeland Terrier.
The book is far more readable than the Terrier herself and more readable than most of the other dog behaviour books we have. The writing assumes a degree of will to understand the way a dog's mind works and is serious enough to be taken seriously but readable enough for most people of moderate intelligence. Has it worked for the dog? Not yet but we hopeful and we Inside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell, and Know
do understand why she is as she is and it helps us chuckle more and sigh less.