Philosophy Dog: The Art of Living with Man's Best Friend
Ever wonder what makes your furry four-legged pooch sit when you say "Come?" Or has "Little Rover" ever used your expensive shoes for chew toys? "When you improve your leadership skills as a dog owner, you can create one of life's most rewarding experiences: being best friends with a good dog," writes veteran dog trainer Breon O'Farrell in this lushly photographed book chock-full of wit and wisdom. Mixed with charm, experience, and anecdotal stories, "Philosophy Dog is a beautiful gift book for new dog owners and long-time dog enthusiasts alike. O'Farrell's enthusiasm for harmonious bonding with your dog is contagious. Sixty of the world's leading fashion photographers, who subscribe to his wisdom, have contributed images of their furry best friends for this extraordinary collection. Contributing Photographers: Bruce Weber, Steven Meisel, Patrick Demarchelier, Herb Ritts, Ellen Von Unwerth, Annie Leibovitz, Mary Ellen Mark, and many others have joined O'Farrell in creating whathe calls "the most beautiful, useful dog book."
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