I'm a maverick scholar, known for disproving many scientific hypotheses. In this book,. I show that dogs domesticated themselves. They weren't tamed by humans. My conclusions come both from my lifelong experiences with dogs and from cutting edge science in dog studies, a hot topic in academia today. Becsuse I taught science for 40 years, I know how to write it so that it's not dry or stilted in any way. Reviewers have praised it highly as a real page turner.
Ishmael figured out if he needed a ride home, he could get it by hopping into cars and letting the driver read his tags. Who said dogs can't think? Dogs certainly can. Read the book to find out what happened to Ishmael because of his rust in human behavior.
Humans, Dogs, and Civilization
Ishmael liked to wander, but the breeder didn’t tell me that was why she picked that name for him. We found out about the wandering the hard way: from experience. While we still lived in the city, Ishie easily escaped the confines of the house. With three boys careless about closing doors, Ishie would evaporate a couple of times a week. When he got tired of patrolling the streets, he’d lie down next to a parked car.