Free reference Kindle books for 09 Jun 17

Part Friend Part Family: Taking Care Of Your Dog Safety And Naturally

by Jennifer Brown

It might be a bit presumptuous to say that a dog is man’s best friend; for some men that title might be held by his pickup truck, his girlfriend, or maybe even his mother. But in truth there’s a reason why dogs have such high esteem in the eyes of those that own them. As a matter of fact, dogs have been used by men and women throughout the ages, not just as pets but also as true helpers in the household. From farms to animal ranches to those that have hunted for a living, dogs have been a big part of mankind’s survival.

To really appreciate why so many choose dogs as pets and why they’re so valued by many, let’s take a look at some of the common traits of many dogs that make them so prized. This might not help anyone that isn’t a true fan of the animal, but it can demonstrate how those who love dogs aren’t misplaced in their devotion.


Most dogs have a very heightened sense of smell and therefore can track down just about anything or everything that has a scent.

Humans have been using dogs for centuries during hunting expeditions as they are able to flush out ferrets or deer or rabbits or whatever other animal they’re hunting. While some today may not appreciate this particular skill, keep in mind that for centuries people that didn’t hunt didn’t survive. Many people and cultures would farm and fish and find various food items that way, but many cultures also relied on hunting for their very existence. Without dogs to help them find groups of animals and to flush them out, some cultures would no doubt have had a much more difficult time just surviving.

Even today those that are serious hunters, whether for sport or for food, typically bring some breed of dog with them. There are many different types of hounds that are bred specifically for their abilities to track down an animal and obey the owner’s commands to flush them out.


Have you ever been to a ranch and watched a dog work in harmony with its owner in gathering up the sheep or cattle or other animals? Most dogs have what is called a strong defensive drive, meaning that they protect their owners from harm or danger. This is the drive that comes into play when herding; they are actually acting as a protection by moving the animals back where they belong.

This particular trait is very important and useful when it comes to herding and ranching. Dogs not only keep animals in order, they also guide them to where they’re supposed to be going. They are quicker and more nimble than men on horses and so can get to straying animals quicker.

Many who own ranches or farms of any sort will attest to how important these animals are and how they really could not do their job properly without them.


How many stories have you heard of dogs that were hundreds of miles from home and somehow managed to make their way back? This isn’t just some type of instinct on their part but is part of their loyalty to their owner. Dogs become very attached to those that care for them and have an instinctive need to be with them, just like any other member of the family. When a dog is separated from his or her owner their other physical abilities to hunt and track will help them to find their way back, but it’s that attachment that drives them to do so.

This loyalty of dogs is also part of what makes them good pets. They can be trained to do what an owner tells them because their loyalty makes them obedient. This is unlike other pets such as cats, who feel much less attachment to their owners at least to the point where they will sit, stay, come, or obey any other command.

Loyalty too is part of what makes some breeds good watchdogs. They can be trained to bark at or chase away strangers but won’t show this same behavior to their owners because of that loyalty.

Some may argue that dogs are usually loyal only because their owner feeds them, but this is only part of the equation.

Body Language: The Secret Language – Guide to What the Body is Saying & How to Read People’s Mind with Nonverbal Communication

by Star James

It’s safe to say that, regardless of one’s situation, everyone wants to be heard, including those forced to communicate nonverbally. Nonverbal communication, for the most part, is something we’ve become accustomed to with the advent of social media and other advanced technology. While sign language is one method of nonverbal communication, various others like observing body language and listening aid in how we communicate in this day and age.

The Secret Language: A Guide to What the Body is Saying & How to Read People’s Minds with Nonverbal Communication is a new e-book by Star James. It delves deep into nonverbal communication, from becoming a better listener to better understanding nonverbal autistic children.

To start, James touches on the brief history of sign language, followed by tips on how to communicate effectively while using the method. This then leads to the topic at hand, nonverbal communication, and its various methods. James unlocks secrets to reading a person’s body language — gestures, facial expressions, etc. — which speaks louder and can be more profound than actual spoken word.

If readers have been lied to or have suspected someone of lying, they will appreciate Five Effective Ways to Defeat A Liar Using Nonverbal Communication, an entire chapter devoted to reading body language & facial expressions, and even use body posture and authority to detect when someone’s lying and get the truth.

Listening is something that many struggle with. James breaks down how easy it is to let defensiveness get in the way of opening one’s ears and listening to other people. James advises how to be better listeners while putting aside the immense need to be heard.

Finally, James introduces readers to how nonverbal autistic children interact in the world around them, giving inspiration on how to efficiently communicate with them based on exhibited behaviors.

Parents, family members, and friends can greatly benefit from what they study in this text in regards to autistic children and the application of sign languageâ??. Readers curious of nonverbal communication can take away from what they read and apply these lessons to everyday life.

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Beautiful Japanes : The name of Bird

by etuko saki

The tattoo which is popular as art.
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when you carve a tattoo with Japanese kanji.



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