Our book of the week - the Dogs the Made Australia by Guy Hull

Posted by Candy Jubb on

This one is guaranteed to delight Aussie history buffs.
So far this book has taught us things we didn’t know about dingos, but we wont spoil it here. Well written and not boring.
Check out the book info below:
Hunter. Worker. Legend. The untold story of the dog's role in building our nation.
Everyone knows Australia rode on the sheep's back. But do they know just how much those sheep depended on the dog? Working dogs made a huge contribution to the success of the Australian wool and beef industries. Indeed, they provided the means to feed a starving colony; guard fledgling colonial agricultural enterprises; and extend a sheep and beef industry that fed the world.
Never has Australia had a workforce that asked for so little and yet produced so much.
The Dogs That Made Australia is a vivid and meticulously researched history of Australia told through the story of the dingo, the dogs that were imported and bred here, and the humans who loved, feared and worked them.
' A highly readable book about Australia's dog heroes and their contribution to Australia's development. This is a book for the ages. I loved every page!' Tony Parsons, OAM, author of The Kelpie
About the Author
Guy Hull is a qualified and experienced dog behaviourist possessed of an encyclopaedic knowledge of dog breeds, crossbreeds and types; their histories and traits, as well as a passion for the historic and current role of the dog in Australian society. Based in southern NSW, Guy has managed dog shelters and runs dog behaviour workshops. He rejects the label ‘dog whisperer', though that is how many people consider him.


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