Even if pet owners don’t have this special gift, they can still become more effective in communicating with their pets, says Link. “As with any member of the family, building better relationships with your pet is based on mutual respect and an understanding of what is expected from the pet and the other family members (human or animal).”
Link’s second book, Talking with Dogs and Cats: Joining the Conversation to Improve Behaviors and Bond with Your Animals, will be published by New World Library on June 2 and is dedicated to helping pet owners decode what their pet’s meow, bark, tweet, or stare actually means.
“You’ll discover ways to solve common pet problems and make interacting with animals more meaningful,” says Marty Becker, DVM, a member of the Board of Directors of the American Humane Association, as well as its Chief Veterinary Correspondent.
Link will begin his appearance at the Sharon Forks Library with a brief talk on his methods. Following a short question-and-answer session, Link will sign books for patrons. Link will have copies of Talking with Dogs and Cats available for purchase at the signing.
For more information on the event, please visit www.forsythpl.org.