Do You Look Like Your Dog?

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iUniverse, Jul 19, 2007 - Humor - 146 pages
Have you ever noticed how many people look like their dog? Have you spotted these look-alikes on the street, in the park, or at a family picnic? Have you been to a dog and owner look-alike contest at a local fair? Now you can see examples of this phenomenon in DO YOU LOOK LIKE YOUR DOG?, a book which features 100 look-alike owners and dogs. The photos comes from the popular Website www.doyoulooklikeyourdog.com, which gets thousands of hits a day, and the book features about 50 photos sent in by owners from all over the world and the rest taken by author Gini Graham Scott at dog shows in the San Francisco Bay Area. The book has even become a game introduced by Briarpatch and a song featured on YouTube, MySpace, and other sites. The dogs range from toy Poms and Miniature Pinschers to Cocker Spaniels, Golden Retrievers, Irish Wolfhounds, Siberian Huskies, and many more. The book also includes a brief introduction about how the hundreds of breeds developed and the reason that many people do resemble like their dog in many ways, from their hair style and hair color to their body build, personality, and dress. So see if you can find your favorite dog-owner look-alike and enjoy.

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It's hard to go too terribly wrong with a picture book about people who look like their dogs. After all, as Scott says, it's a"phenomenon that catches our attention and amuses everyone the world over ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Gini Graham Scott, Ph.D. is nationally known writer, consultant, speaker, and seminar/workshop leader, specializing in business and work relationships and professional and personal development. She is the founder of Changemakers and has published over 40 books on diverse subjects. Recent books include 30 Days to a More Powerful Memory, A Survival Guide for Working with Bad Bosses and A Survival Guide for Working with Humans, all from AMACOM, Fantasy Worlds, The Creative Traveler, Mind Power, The Empowered Mind, and The Truth About Lying. Scott has received national media exposure for her books, including appearances on Good Morning America, Oprah, Montel Williams, and CNN. Her Website is www.ginigrahamscott.com.

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