Chicken Soup for the Soul Celebrates Dogs and the People Who Love Them: A Collection in Words and Photographs
Dogs. Our best friends. From the dawn of civilization, we have cherished them as our loyal companions, exuberant playmates, healing and gentle souls.
From adorable puppies with floppy ears and wobbly steps to full-grown guardinas of our love and trust, there is no other animal that compares to the dog. A playful growl, a boisterous bark, a cock of the head, an inquisitive stare - each inspires us with love and adoration.
The stories and photographs in this wonderful volume celebrate the humor, loyalty, love, courage and healing power of our canine companions. Each page in this book rejoices in the wonderful and poignant moments we share with our furry friends and the lessons of love they teach us each and every day.
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This is a very good book. Its a very nice hardback book about 12 the size of regular books and also very short but chock full of delight.. It would make a very nice gift for any doglover. I also loved ... Read full review
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