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Nicholas H. Dodman, D.V.M.

Born in London, Dr. Nicholas Dodman graduated from Glasgow University Veterinary School and joined its faculty soon thereafter. He now runs the renowned Tufts University Veterinary Center Animal Behavior Clinic. An international expert in domestic animal research as well as in the veterinary practice of animal psychology, he is the author of numerous scientific studies as well as these immensely popular books.

THE CAT WHO CRIED FOR HELP: Attitudes, Emotions, and the Psychology of Cats (Bantam Books, 1997)

THE DOG WHO LOVED TOO MUCH: Tales, Treatments, and the Psychology of Dogs (Bantam Books, 1996)

DOGS BEHAVING BADLY: An A-to-Z Guide for Understanding and Curing Behavioral Problems in Dogs (Bantam Books, 1999)

IF ONLY THEY COULD SPEAK: Understanding the Powerful Bond Between Dogs and Their Owners (W. W. Norton & Co., 2002)