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Here are more books about dogs that are from a list that was mailed to me from Tufts Books in New Jersey: "When Pigs Fly! Training Success with Impossible Dogs" by Jane Killion. This book will give you a fresh and exciting way to look at your dog with new eyes and understanding. There are some basic training hints, but also more in-depth information.
"For the Love of a Dog" by Patricia B. McConnell, PhD. This book explores the premise that dogs have rich emotional lives of love, fear, anger, surprise, and sadness. The book will help you learn to have a deeper, more rewarding relationship with your canine.
"Dogs Behaving Badly" by Dr. Nicholas Dodman. The doctor gives guidelines on what is normal canine behavior, what problems you can try to solve yourself, and how to recognize when professional help is needed. It covers drug therapy and behavior modification.
"Happy Dog, Happy You" by Arden Moore. This books covers hundreds of ways to fully enjoy the company of your dog, and in the process, make him/her the very best pet he/she can be. It includes training games and new ideas for pampering and playing.
"101 Dog Tricks" by Kyra Sundance and Chalcy. This is a book for all levels of expertise. It gives step-by-step instructions on activities that will engage, challenge, and help you bond with your dog. A book with hundreds of pictures to show how to keep your dog mentally and physically challenged. Happy reading!

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9/19/13 10:29 P

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just ead another book by Collette Makray The ordinary life of an extra ordinary dog. It seams Miss Makkray wrote quite a few short stories and novelettes about bogs. This book was only 45 pages and the book of 4 was 261

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Reading Dog Stories 4 book bundle, by Colette Makray. I've only read the first book, but it is good


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Looking him up to solve the Rocco/Buddy problem. Thanks.



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Here are two more books to consider if you like reading about dogs: Harrison Forbes has a book called "Dog Talk". He is one of the country's leading dog trainers and behaviorists. He truly understands canines and can solve any doggy dilemma in his unique, no-fuss style. Whether he is importing and training German Shepherds for high-security police work or schooling Chihuahuas to cope with apartment-style living, he has some great stories to tell. He starts out the book with an account of getting a shih tzu for his daughter and "breaking all his rules" regarding her upbringing. The other book is a novel by the author who wrote "Tell Me Where It Hurts". Nick Trout tells the story of a Dr. Cyrus Mills who returns to rural Vermont to inherit the failing veterinary practice of his recently deceased and long-estranged father. Cyrus gets caught up in the new community and its endearing residents. The book is called: "The Patron Saint of Lost Dogs" -- a winsome tale of new beginnings, forgiveness, and the joy of finding your way home.

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2/2/13 11:35 A

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The latest Jacqueline Sheehan book is "Picture This" -- it came out in May 2012; "Now and Then" came out in June 2009; and "Lost and Found" came out in April 2007. All of the books are about Black labs. and the role they play in the owner's life. All are very good and are in paperback. I would highly recommend them!

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1/25/13 10:31 P

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1/25/13 4:06 P

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I have just had a fiction series recommended to me. I've found them at my library, which is always a plus. They are 3 books by Jacqueline Sheehan:

Lost & Found

Now & Then

(currently can't find what's listed as the 3rd, so I will update my post when I find where I wrote it down. LOL.) I have read the 1st book and really enjoyed it.

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11/3/12 1:22 P

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Here are a couple of books that I don't think have been listed: "One Small Barking Dog" by by Ed Gungor. This one is listed as "How to Live a Life That's Hard to Ignore". The author states that the world is changed most by ordinary people -- the "small dogs" of the human race. He contends that small dogs may not run the world, but neither can the world ignore them. He is a pastor from Tulsa, Oklahoma. The other book is "From Baghdad, With Love" by Lieutenant Colonel Jay Kopelman with Melinda Roth. This is about a marine, the war, and a dog named Lava. This one is a true story of an unlikely band of heroes who learn unexpected lessons about life, death, and war from "a mangy little flea-ridden refugee".

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10/15/12 2:38 P

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Mixed terrier named Bud. Sounds familiar. I will have to check it out.



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10/15/12 10:46 A

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Two new books to add to the list that I found during our travels: "Gaining a Leash on Life -- Lessons from Bud" by Richard D. Parsons, PhD. and "Loving Our Dogs -- Chicken Soup for the Soul" by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen. The first one is a delightful little treasure of lessons imparted by a mixed-breed terrier (some of the wisdom has been circulated through online mailboxes). The text is aimed at increasing one's awareness and acceptance of oneself, of others, and of the world in which we live. The Chicken Soup book has 101 of the authors' best stories about canine relationships. Both make wonderful gifts for dog lovers!

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8/29/12 1:47 A

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8/28/12 6:04 P

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Found a sequel to a dog book that I read last summer -- author is Jacqueline Sheehan. The first book is "Lost and Found" and the newest is "Picture This". The dog in both books is a black labrador named "Cooper". The author lives in Massachusetts, but the book is set in Maine. The book is billed as: "a marvelous tale of life-altering surprises and unanticipated guests".

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8/18/12 7:25 P

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"The Plague Dogs" by Richard Adams. needs boxes of tissues to get through.

In the light of darkness I'll find my way
I've shed my sorrow, at least for today
I have never felt so strong
Life is rushing through my veins
With my heart and mind aligned
I can stand the test of time
I have never felt so proud
Of what I feel and who I am
When life brings me to my knees
Nothing will ever get me down
"Euphoria" by Angels and Agony


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Hmmm..... A play on the name Elliot Ness??????? Sounds fun.



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8/10/12 9:44 A

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Here is another book to add to the list -- just finished reading it: "A Breed Apart" by Pierre Davis. It is the story of a female black labrador that escapes from a medical lab. It is a story of international intrigue and mystery. It was written in 2009 and the author has a more recent book with the same detective, Lt. Elliot Elliot as the main human character.

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8/1/12 9:55 P

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www.amazon.com/The-Racing-Rain-Garth
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I am going to check this out at the Library. The description gave me goose bumps and it has gotten great reviews. Thanks for the tip.

It looks like there is a movie too. I need to check that out also.



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8/1/12 7:48 A

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Wonderful book -- I had loaned out my last copy and hadn't gotten it back, so found another copy at a used book store. The author is Garth Stein. It was published in 2008.

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7/31/12 9:00 P

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The Art of Racing in the Rain, great read! but sad

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6/30/12 8:05 A

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Here are three dog books for children that you might enjoy reading: "A Dog's Life: The Autobiography of a Stray" by Ann M. Martin; "Waggit's Tale" by Peter Howe; and "The Boy Who Spoke Dog" by Clay Morgan. Will keep looking for new books for all of our readers!

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6/29/12 8:30 P

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I finally read _The Lost Dogs_ by Jim Gorant. Incredible story.

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6/19/12 4:18 P

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The Dog who Talked to God by Jim Kraus.

Romance about death/loss/ grief and starting over. It was light and sweet with an uplifting message.



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6/18/12 6:24 P

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Found some new books you might like: "Giant George" by Dave Nasser with Lynne Barrett-Lee. This book is about the world's tallest dog. It is a charming chronicle of how the former runt of the litter grew into a goofy giant. George is a Great Dane. "The Dog Who Danced" by Susan Wilson is a story about a Shetland sheepdog named Mack who gets separated from his owner. He encounters a couple tormented by tragedy as he hunts for his master. "The Lucky Dog Matchmaking Service" by Beth Kendrick. This is a light-hearted tale of a dog-trainer named Lara who finds canine soulmates for her wealthy clientele. Can one of the pups find the perfect match for Lara? "Zoobiquity" -- What Animals Can Teach Us About Health and the Science of Healing by cardiologist Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, M.D. and medical writer Kathryn Bowers. In this book, the authors show what surprising traits humans share with the rest of the world's creatures.

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5/22/12 12:30 P

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Still would rather read "real books", even though we have a Kindle. I have always been a "book junkie"! My favorite memories were the hours I used to spend at the library after school. We have several swap-a-book stores that allow you to have credits for books you bring in. I went to the one in the next town yesterday and stocked up for the summer. I like to read series of books by the same author. I just finished a wonderful horse story by a young writer from Montana. She has since written another book, but it is about teen-age children.

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5/22/12 11:26 A

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One of my favorite books as a child was an anthology called 24 Horses. It is nowhere to be found.

The Fireside book sounds lovely and the era of writers is about the same. It is also a collectors item in new Hardcover. It is not on kindle yet. Oh well, I have way too many books collected on Kindle for me to ever get through. Ever since MA hooked me up with Pixel of Ink I have become a free book junkie. I did buy Merle though. Still have a couple other stories I started and want to get through before I turn my attention to that one.



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5/22/12 9:19 A

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Reading short stories is fun, especially if you like to sample new authors and don't have time to read a whole book. Here is another book of stories, edited by Jeanne Schinto: The Literary Dog -- Great Contemporary Dog Stories. Dog story anthologies have been around since 1846 with Jesse's "Anecdotes of Dogs". There is also a "Fireside Book of Dog Stories" published in 1943 -- this one includes stories by Jack London, Albert Payson Terhune, E.B. White, O.Henry, Rudyard Kipling, and Robert Louis Stevenson.

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5/21/12 9:37 P

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Dog Is My Co-Pilot is a nice collection of short fiction, essays, and comics—great winding down for bed reading!
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5/11/12 2:44 P

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Another book to add to the list: "I Thought You Were Dead" by Pete Nelson. I read it last summer and got another copy from a friend recently. The novel is about a writer whose wife left him, his father has a stroke, and his girlfriend starts dating another man. The dog in the story is named Stella -- she can talk and has lots of advice. Nelson describes the friendship between man and dog with a lot of insight and humor.

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4/27/12 1:16 P

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"Merle's Door" is a wonderful book -- I read it when it first came out and would recommend it to anyone who loves dogs. It will make you laugh, cry, reflect, and sympathize! I would read it again if I could remember who I loaned it to! The author really shows the "soul" of a dog and paints his world in "living color"!

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Just finished reading "Bones" by Mark Wheaton. It is a horror thriller novel, which I don't generally like. I am not sure I liked this one, but I could not put it down. It is from the dog's perspective.

I haven't started the psychic dog story yet, but think I am going to read a time travel Christian novel next just to lighten up and get softer again.



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4/21/12 11:48 A

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I read the preview to this book and want to borrow it for free on Amazon Prime. This guy gets dog emotions. Glad I am not the only ones that think dogs are psychic.



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I love the book When Pigs Fly! by Jane Killion.

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Extraordinary Dachshund is Free on Kindle today and can be downloaded to your PC.
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I have a couple books I stil need to read.... My friend gets me dog books for my Christmas gift each year. In fact, it started with The Art Of Racing In The Rain. This last time she gave me Thunder Dog which is about a guide dog leading his blind master out of the twin towers on 9-11. I haven't read it yet b/c it is on CD and it is easer for me to read books on my digital player right now.... But, I'll get to it. I'll check that book out too Lennie. I have a strong connection to a dog! Cathy, yes, I loved Marley & Me!

Melissa in VA (EST)

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This is a great idea to focus on dog books. Since I get most of my books via amazon.com, they send me new titles to explore. I have a big library of dog books that I have collected through the years. My next read is: Last Dog on the Hill -- the Extraordinary Life of Lou by Steve Duno. A friend recommended it. The dog is a Rottweiler mix born in a marijuana patch in Mendocino County, California who is rescued by the author. The book cover says that "this is a book for anyone who has ever had a strong connection with a dog, or would like to have one". Lou lived for 16 years and had lots of experiences working with gang members, robbers, war veterans, Alzheimer's patients, and kidnappers. He amassed a vocabulary of nearly 200 words as a working dog. He helped rehabilitate hundreds of aggressive dogs and saved them from euthanasia. "Lou was a modern-day Rin Tin Tin, Lassie, and Old Yeller wrapped in one; he was heroic, endlessly fascinating, and a free-thinking, wise spirit."

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Marley and Me was certainly worth reading.

For movies, Milo and Otis is wonderful.



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This is a thread to post titles of books about dogs, or with dogs as a key character, or give tips for care of dogs. We can post titles and why we recommend the book and discuss any that we've read here!

I made a mistake in the QOTD, the book I suggested was Th The Art of Racing In The Rain and it is told from the point of view of the family dog! Very good book!

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