Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)

More gorgeous dogs pose with their copy of Wag: The Science of Making Your Dog Happy.

Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Logan (right) and Maya. Photo: Jasmine Molloy

On Wednesday, I shared some beautiful photos of dogs posing with their copies of Wag. The photos were taken by members of the Wag Team, and they are one of the lovely things about my book launch. So here is a second set of gorgeous photos.

If you don’t yet have your copy of Wag, you can find your local Canadian indie here, order via your local US indie on Indiebound, support independent stores by buying on Bookshop (US only), or order via my Amazon store (affiliate link).

The top photo shows Jasmine Molloy's dogs, Logan and Maya.

Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
India. Photo: Dawn Birt.
“We got mail.”


Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Akela. Photo: Kjersti Bjontegaard.
“Puppy with Wag.”


Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Bjorn. Photo: Eva McClain.

Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Mausi (left) and Djimba. Photo: Eva McClain.
“It’s here ! And the happy crew can’t wait for the reading”


Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Magaidh. Photo: Eva McClain.

Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Juno. Photo: Rosemary McDonagh.
“Juno is very excited that her new book has arrived. Hoping she lets me have a read as well.”


Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Woody. Photo: Deena haragan.
“We were very late to get our copy because I’d given my office address for delivery when I ordered, never knowing that the office would be closed due to Covid-19 when the book arrived.”


Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Mama Mia Muffin and Maisy Moose. Photo:  Carla Peterson.
“Mamma Mia Muffin & Maisy Moose love Wag!”


Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Al. Photo: Tina Spring.


Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Marco. Photo: Tina Spring.
"Sweet boys."

Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Max. Photo: Tegan Macdonald.


Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Phil. Photo: Kym Jarvis


Wag Happy Dogs: A Photo Post (Part 2)
Nick. Photo: Kym Jarvis

Wag: The Science of Making Your Dog Happy is available at all good bookstores including Indiebound (your local US indie), Bookshop, Chapters, Dogwisemy Amazon store (affiliate link), or find your local Canadian indie here.

Thank you to everyone who gave me permission to include their photo(s).


Zazie Todd, PhD, is the best-selling author of Wag: The Science of Making Your Dog Happy. She is the founder of the popular blog Companion Animal Psychology, where she writes about everything from training methods to the human-canine relationship. She also writes a column for Psychology Today and has received the prestigious Captain Haggerty Award for Best Training Article in 2017. Todd lives in Maple Ridge, BC, with her husband and two cats.

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