The Name Game: An Eclectic Look at how and why People Name Their Pets

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Howell Book House, 1996 - Pets - 133 pages
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This is a look at the warm, wacky and wonderful names we give our pets. The first section is a collection of anecdotes about people and their pets, from celebrities to the people next door, each with a superb black-and-white photo of the person with his or her pet. The second section contains hundreds of names for anyone still dreaming up the perfect title for the four-legged member of the family. 108 photos.

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About the author (1996)

Wendy Nan Rees is an author and entrepreneur who has been involved in the pet industry for more than 25 years. Her career began when she founded Lip Smackers, Inc., a company dedicated to providing healthy all-natural treats to consumers concerned about their petsí well-being. She is an author of The Natural Pet Food Cookbook: Healthful Recipes for Dogs and Cats (2007), No Barking at the Table (1996), and No Catnapping in the Kitchen (1996). She orchestrated the book The Name Game, a collection of over 100 celebrity essays and more than 1,000 suggestions for pet names. A percentage of the proceeds from The Name Game goes directly to PAWS, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people with HIV/AIDS care for their pets.

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