Groucho Marx is said to have claimed that ”Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read?” True or not, it´s not only the darkness that makes it hard to know what is going on inside the animal. We breed them and we train them for our own purposes, but we can never ever know what it is like to be a dog. We live in different worlds. Take the sense of smell, for instance. Compared, if a human being´s sense of smell is the size of a postage stamp, the dog´s is the size of a soccer field. But what if they could talk in a language that was comprehensible to humans? Boy, would we get to know a thing or two! This book let you have a glimpse of what we may expect, should we ever conquer the linguistic abyss that separate species who otherwise have a lot in common.
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Susanne Kronholm is a freelance photographer based in Stockholm. She was educated in New York where she lived for several years, working for newspapers and assisting other photographers. Her fields of work are portraits, features, travel and lifestyle for clients such as magazines, companies and advertising agencies. She is a member of the Scandinavian picture acency Folio. See more of her pictures at www.susannekronholm.com Anders Mathlein works as a freelance writer, author and cartoonist. He has published about a dozen books, including novels, short stories and travel writing. As a travel writer, he has written extensively about Oceania and the Pacific islands, and he has been published in leading newspapers and magazines in Sweden and other Scandinavian countries.