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Dogs decoded [videorecording] : understanding the human-dog relationship /
BBC ; produced and directed by Dan Child ; produced for NOVA by Melanie Wallace.
edition
Widescreen.
imprint
[United States] : PBS Distribution, c2010.
description
1 videodisc (ca. 56 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN
1608833267, 9781608833269
format(s)
DVD
Holdings
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imprint
[United States] : PBS Distribution, c2010.
isbn
1608833267
9781608833269
standard identifier
841887013291
publisher #
NOVA6209
credits note
Editors, Anna Price, Raoul Rosenberg ; camera, Joe Taylor, Steve Moss ; executive producer for BBC Horizon, Andrew Cohen ; managing director, Alan Ritsko ; senior executive producer, Paula S. Apsell.
general note
Produced for television in 2010.
Title from container.
performer
Juliane Kaminski, Daniel Mills, Anaïs Racca, Adam Miklosi, Gregar Larson, Peter Rowley-Conwy, Kubinyi Enikö.
Narrator, Lance Lewman.
abstract
Dogs have been domesticated for longer than any other animal on the planet, and humans have developed a unique relationship with these furry friends. New research is revealing what dog lovers have suspected all along, that dogs have an uncanny ability to read and respond to human emotions. How did this incredible relationship between humans and dogs come to be? And how can dogs, so closely related to fearsome wild wolves, behave so differently? It's all in the genes.
language note
English (stereo.) dialogue; English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH)
catalogue key
8779364
target audience
Not rated.
technical details
DVD; NTSC; region 1; widescreen.
A Look Inside
Summaries
Main Description
Dogs Decoded reveals the science behind the remarkable bond between humans and their dogs. It also investigates new discoveries in genetics that are illuminating the origin of dogs-with big implications for the evolution of human culture as well.
Main Description
Dogs Decoded reveals the science behind the remarkable bond between humans and their dogs. It also investigates new discoveries in genetics that are illuminating the origin of dogswith big implications for the evolution of human culture as well.

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