Bark and Ride: A Tail-Wagging Adventure

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Feb 5, 2013 - Pets - 80 pages
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Photographer Mark J. Asher has earned praise from the American Kennel Club Gazette as one who possesses "an unerring eye and flawless technique." His previous treasures of photographs have been lauded as "simple and elegant" (The Humane Society of the United States), "highly recommended" (AKC Gazette), and "sure to bring a smile to your face that will grow with every turn of the page" (Chicagoland Tails).

If dogs could drive, where would they go and what would they do?

Author and photographer Mark Asher sets out to answer these yet-pondered canine queries with Bark and Ride. With its full-color pictures, storytelling, and canine road signs, this collection of photographic creativity captures man's best friend in countless vehicles and comical situations.

We find a magnificent mastiff atop a tractor, plowing the fields for buried treasures; a bloodhound in a police car, patrolling the streets for deadbeat dog owners; and a precocious poodle at the helm of a trolley car, taking his friends for a downtown shopping spree.

The engine is roaring, the road is ready, and the dogs are rearing to Bark and Ride!


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About the author (2013)

Hailed as a master portraitist by the AKC Gazette, Mark J. Asher has earned wags and woofs from animal lovers worldwide. He is the author of Andrews McMeel Publishing's Barking Up the Family Tree. Mark runs a pet portraiture company in Oregon, where he lives with his lively four-legged sidekick, Payton.

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