Combining history, paleontology, biology, and cutting-edge medical science, Kay Frydenborg paints a picture of how two different species became deeply entwined—and how we coevolved into the species we are today.
Kay Frydenborg lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two dogs.
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This discovery, along with developments in canine science, suggested that humans have been living with dogs for thousands of years longer than previously believed.
Canine studies, Frydenborg explains, have taken this notion even further, with the theory that wolves and humans coevolved: “Humans and dogs, living so closely together over time, evolved specialized brain capacities that complemented one another perfectly.” She also explores dog psychology, with a particular emphasis on the question of whether dogs possess “theory of mind.” Sidebars and color photographs supplement and expand on the central narrative, which is all but certain to leave readers thinking about their dogs, and themselves, in entirely new ways.