Just imagine you were looking for your first dog, a puppy, and when you contacted a breeder he would ask of you that you needed to learn everything about dogs from him, before he would trust you with one of his puppies.
As a 19-year-old I desperately wanted to own a dog, so I agreed to be taught by the breeder Karl Werner. I was not expecting that what I was going to learn would shape my view on dogs in a very crucial way. Even less did I realise that more than 40 years later I was going to pass on this knowledge to others by writing this book.
This is not based on theory, but only on the practical experience from three generations of the Werner family. They possessed a key to a dog communication system which they called the
Inherited Pack Position.