Made for Each Other: The Biology of the Human-Animal Bond by Meg Daley Olmert

Made for Each Other: The Biology of the Human-Animal Bond

byMeg Daley Olmert

Paperback | February 23, 2010

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Nothing turns a baby's head more quickly from nursing or playing than the sight of a dog or any animal.Made for Each Otherlays out both sides of this deep mutual connection and the way it has evolved since prehistoric times. Drawing on the fascinating work of scientists in many fields, from neuroscience to zoology and anthropology, as well as her own investigations, Meg Daley Olmert shows the roots of this age-old bond and its great importance to our well being.

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Meg Daley Olmert, producer and writer for Emmy Award-winning series such asSmithsonian World,National Geographic Explorer, and theDiscovery Channel Specials, lives on the eastern shore of Maryland.

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Title:Made for Each Other: The Biology of the Human-Animal BondFormat:PaperbackDimensions:312 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:February 23, 2010Publisher:Da Capo PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0306818604

ISBN - 13:9780306818608

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Patricia McConnell, theotherendoftheleash.com"I've finished Made for Each Other, and do indeed recommend it for people who are interested in animal behavior in general, and specifically the biology behind the relationship we have with domestic animals....It's a great read."Wayne Pacelle, President and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States"Made for Each Other was, for me, the most stimulating book of the year." Jackson Hole News & Guide (WY), 12/17/14“Offers all kinds of thought-provoking material assembled from research, butnever reads like a dull textbook.”