This page features both print and online books. It includes titles we have read and enjoyed, and that we sincerely recommend all dog lovers should read!
With the permission of the authors, we are featuring some books on the blog in their entirety. When we add a book, you will find a link to it here.
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Book: Dieting with My Dog
Author: Peggy Frezon
Summary: Dieting with My Dog is an entertaining and informative book that tells the story of how the author, Peggy Frezon, and her overweight dog, Kelly, change their lifestyle to help them both lose weight. The book is a celebration of how the close bonds we have with our pets can help us triumph in times of need.
You can find Dieting with My Dog on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Dieting-My-Dog-Figures-Unconditional/dp/1845844068. You can also connect with Peggy, Kelly, and other dieters (both canine and human!) on FacebookDieting with my Dog FB page (http://peggyfrezon.blogspot.com/) and on Twitter @peggyfrezon
Book: My Dog Does That!
Author: Elizabeth Parker
Summary: A look at the author’s relationship with her dog, Buddy, Sr., and her experiences while writing this book. Being a die-hard dog lover, Parker often finds herself engrossed in conversations about dogs, and each person she talks to is always more than enthusiastic about sharing their experiences as they blurt out, “My dog does that!” Hence, the title for this book.
Enjoy this book on (DOG)SPIRED!
For more information on books about Buddy, see the author’s website at http://www.elizabethparkerbooks.com/.
Book: Dog Stories by Mish de Mut
Author: Irene Broni
Summary: This book is written from the point of view of a clever and prolific dog named Mish de Mutt. He is a witty character who narrates his autobiography in a dozen or so short and down-to-earth stories.
Between naps, Mish (pronounced “Meesh”) tells his stories about running away, being stuck in the snow, and other adventures. Each time, he has the good fortune to be rescued.
Not knowing where he came from or who his parents were, Mish de Mutt doesn’t mind being a mutt at all. At the shelter, he was simply described as a “red-brown mixed terrier.”
We hope you enjoy these stories by Mish de Mutt on (DOG)SPIRED!