Dad, Can You Hear Me Now? It's Pal

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 144 pages
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A Message from Pal, the dog:

It is interesting to listen to the owners of pets talk to us dogs. Some people choose to scream, others to quietly beg. The purpose, I suppose, is to get our attention to do a task that satisfies the nice, and the not so nice, pet owners.

Take me for example, my name is Pal. I've been living the good life since after my birth with a kind and very loving couple. I call him my Dad, and his wife, I call my Mom. I know they are not my Mom and Dad, but what else would I call them.

Usually they refer to me as their cute little puppy. Actually I have been living a very good life with this couple for almost my entire life. They purchased me when I was a brand new baby pup.

Dad has attempted to teach me what a dog's life is all about. For the most part his teachings have succeeded, but only because I agree with his sometimes strange ideas. The real reason I agree to do anything is that Dad gives me good treats to eat. We pets do anything our owner's desire, provided we are given a reward. Otherwise, forget it!

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About the author (2010)

Lee A. Drayer had no definite destination until recently. The death of his wife after fifty-four years of marriage has him reminiscing over the past with all he has left, his dog Pal. At age seventy-six, he is recalling the bond of a perfect friend, his dog. This is his second book.

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