Do You Look Like Your Dog?

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Broadway Books, 2004 - Pets - 127 pages

Is your next-door neighbor the spitting image of his rottweiler? Does your spouse wear spotted pajamas to more closely identify with your dalmatian?

We all know someone whose resemblance to his or her dog is uncanny, baffling, or just downright entertaining.  We also know how irresistible it is to spot these look-alikes on the street, in the park, or at the family picnic.  Now, there's no need to keep your eagle eyes on constant alert--Gini Graham Scott has done the work for you.  She has unleashed her passion, travelled far and wide, and solicited pantingly good photographs from fans of her web site,, gathering portraits of the world's best dog-human pair-ups.

So curl up in front of the fire with your Irish setter or your cockapoo, start turning the pages, and get ready for the ultimate celebration of the canine and the canine-obsessed.

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Do you look like your dog?

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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 (2004)

Award-winning photographer and nationally known consultant GINI GRAHAM SCOTT, Ph.D., has published more than thirty-five books and conducts motivational workshops around the country. She has appeared on many television shows, including Oprah and The O’Reilly Factor. A graduate of the University of San Francisco Law School, she also holds a master’s degree in anthropology and a Ph.D. in sociology. She lives in Oakland, California.

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