J. Allen Boone

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J. Allen Boone (17 February 188217 June 1965) was an author of several books about nonverbal communication with animals in the 1940s and '50s.

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  • As you read these stories you will see that whenever I was properly humble and willing to let something besides a human be my instructor, these various four-legged, six-legged and no-legged fellows shared priceless wisdom with me. They taught me that perfect understanding and perfect co-operation between the human and all other forms of life is unfailing whenever the human really does his required part.

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