Books by Zazie Todd, PhD.

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Purr: The Science of Making Your Cat Happy by Zazie Todd with a foreword by Pam Johnson-Bennett is available for pre-order now.

“A digestible mixture of science summaries, expert opinions, anecdotes about Zazie’s cats, and practical tips. Purr is definitely a book your cat would want you to read!"

Dr. Sarah Ellis, co-author of The Trainable Cat and Head of Cat Advocacy, International Cat Care

"A wonderful, evidence-based guide with concrete suggestions for cat owners to improve the lives of the cats they live with. Purr is a welcome and exciting addition for every cat lover's bookshelf."

Mikel Delgado, PhD, Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist and co-founder of Feline Minds

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Wag: The Science of Making Your Dog Happy won a Maxwell Medallion from the Dog Writers Association of America. 

 “Using the latest canine science, Zazie Todd gives us a clear and compassionate guide to bringing out the best in your dog.”

Gregory Berns, NYT-Bestselling author of How Dogs Love Us

"Zazie Todd, a pyschologist and dog trainer, gives us the latest research and insights that can help you better understand your dog. Practical, compassionate, thorough — and based on science rather than wishful thinking — Wag is also a gift you should give to yourself and the dog or dogs in your life. I loved it!” 

Cat Warren, NYT-Bestselling author of What the Dog Knows

If you would like bulk orders of Wag and/or Purr for your humane society, SPCA, dog training school, veterinarian's office or pet store, please contact Megan Jones on megan.jones at

Literary representation: Fiona Kenshole at Transatlantic Agency

To contact Zazie Todd, PhD, email companimalpsych at gmail dot com.

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