Living a Dog's Life, Jazzy, Juicy, and Me

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Macmillan, Mar 6, 2007 - Humor - 240 pages
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The swell of dog love that met Cindy Adams everywhere she went after the publication of her bestseller The Gift of Jazzy made it clear that Jazzy's fans were primed for the next installment.  And since, in Cindy's own words, "Yorkies are like peanuts--you can't stop at just one," her decision to bring Juicy into the family gave her ample ammo to do just that.  But it wasn't long before her beloved Jazzy--who had become her closest family member and helped her cope with her husband's death--passed away unexpectedly.  Cindy was devastated. Jazzy's paw prints had been indelibly imprinted on her heart and nothing and nobody would ever replace him.  But as her relationship with Juicy grew, and the loving, single-minded pooch claimed her rightful place in the center of Cindy's lap, she realized that yet again a wise four-legged companion had shown her that "Life is good.  Life goes on."  With her signature wit, smarts, and taste for celebrity dish, Cindy Adams shares the life lessons she learned from both her saviors--Jazzy and Juicy.
  

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Review: Living a Dog's Life, Jazzy, Juicy, and Me

User Review  - Jeannie - Goodreads

A quick and funny read, I enjoyed it has much as her first book about Jazzy. Read full review

Review: Living a Dog's Life, Jazzy, Juicy, and Me

User Review  - Sharmini - Goodreads

Amazing book ... if you're a dog lover a must read ... but even if you aren't just read it!! Read full review

Contents

The Devils
1
Two Barks Are Better Than One
12
You Never Lose the Ones You Love
35
Life Is Still Worth Living
58
Get Out and Party
82
Its Okay to Fall in Love Again
107
A Good Marriage Is About Compromise
130
All Work and No Play Make a Gossip Columnist Crazy
152
Paris Is for LoversDog Lovers
176
Life and Cindys Apartment Are Works in Progress
200
Epilogue
221
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About the author (2007)

Cindy Adams has written a daily column for the New York Post for twenty years.  She lives in New York City with her dogs, Jazzy Junior and Juicy.

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