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Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home (Bargain Book)

And Other Unexplained Powers of Animals
Paperback Book
April, 2011
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This remarkable book by renowned biologist Rupert Sheldrake is now in a new, fully updated and revised edition.

Dogs that know when their owners are returning home at unexpected times, cats that hide when it’s time to go to the vet, horses that find their way home over unfamiliar terrain, pets that predict that their owners are about to have an epileptic fit—these examples of animal behavior convinced Sheldrake that animals possess forms of perceptiveness that science cannot yet explain. After years of research and thousands of case studies, Sheldrake offers his unique findings in Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home, a groundbreaking analysis of the psychic abilities of animals. He shows that the very animals that are closest to us have much to teach us about biology, nature, and consciousness.

In this book, he reaffirms anecdotal evidence shared by thousands of pet owners and proves that animals communicate telepathically. With detailed, captivating stories and Sheldrake’s thought-provoking analysis, this book will fascinate the millions of pet owners who firmly believe there is an unexplained—but strong—bond between them and their animals. His exploration shows how we and our pets are social animals linked together by invisible bonds connecting animals to each other, to their owners, and to their homes in powerful ways.

All three types of perceptiveness—telepathy, the sense of direction, and premonitions—seem better developed in nonhuman species than they are in people, but they do occur in the human realm too. Human psychic powers seem more natural, more biological, when they are seen in the light of animal behavior....

We have a great deal to learn from our companion animals. They have much to teach us about animal nature—and our own.

Among Sheldrake’s other books are Seven Experiments That Could Change the World and Morphic Resonance.


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