Blog Entries ( Online Book )

The Mindful Dog Owner: What Your Dog Is Teaching You About Living Enlightenment

February 18th, 2012
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While many books are published on how to train your dog, and many explore the human-canine relationship, this new eBook, The Mindful Dog Owner, focuses specifically on the human perspective and walks the reader to the path of mindful connection with dogs. Before teaching a dog to sit or heel, the mindful dog owner asks the Big Picture questions: Do I really want a ...

Dog Book: Schnoopel (Mish de Mutt continues)

September 13th, 2011
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When I saw him for the very first time, he was only three-months old. I must have scared him out of his wits because he was shaking and trembling all over. Silly boy! I would never have done anything mean to a little, stupid puppy! If he had been older, it would have been different story. His name was Snoopy, but we changed that ...

Dog Book: A Visit to Forget (Mish de Mutt continues)

September 4th, 2011
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A postcard in the mailbox with a cute little puppy on the front doesn't always mean that Auntie Roma is sending me greetings from some far away place. No, no! One should check such a pretty card carefully, because the flip side could very well contain an unpleasant surprise, like an official invitation from the vet to visit his office. He wishes ...

Dog Book: Fleas and Other Things (Mish de Mutt continues)

September 2nd, 2011
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Whenever I start scratching myself, that innocent action immediately triggers unfriendly and suspicious looks directed at me. And how about those slanderous remarks like "Mish probably has fleas?" Well, let's be honest! And fair! People do scratch, too, often in the most unspeakable of places, but nobody accuses them of having fleas! I had fleas only once after spending the most uncomfortable day ...

Dog Book: Leash? Not for Me! (Mish de Mutt continues)

August 31st, 2011
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I must make one thing clear: It's true, I am a dog, but I have my own dignity and do not intend to become anybody's footstool. So, I don't stare with adoration into people's eyes and do not obediently carry their slippers and newspapers. Disgusting! Also, I never jump up and down to welcome anyone returning home, and I don't get hysterical just ...