The Dog Next Door: And Other Stories of the Dogs We Love

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Callie Smith Grant
Revell, Jun 1, 2011 - Pets - 224 pages
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Dogs are truly one of God's finest creatures, a marvelous gift for us humans. In the perfect follow-up to A Prince among Dogs, Callie Smith Grant compiles a delightful collection of true stories that celebrate the dogs in our lives. These stories will touch our hearts, renew our spirits, and show us how God made these wonderful creatures for unique purposes.

Readers will love these uplifting glimpses into the lives of ordinary and extraordinary dogs and the people who love them. The stories are warm, captivating, and ideal for a good curl-up-and-read or a perfect gift for any dog lover.

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The Dog Next Door: And Other Stories of the Dogs We Love

User Review  - Eva Lautemann - Book Verdict

Grant, who has contributed animal-themed stories to Guideposts, has collected true stories featuring dogs who are "angels in fur" in this compilation written by Christian authors. These dogs saved ... Read full review

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User Review  - peggy.s - LibraryThing

This book is a collection of short articles written by various people telling of their experiences with a special dog in their life. As a dog lover, I can relate to many of the articles. Some of them made me laugh, some made me sad, most brought back good memories of those special dogs in my life. Read full review


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Callie Smith Grant is the editor of A Prince among Dogs and A Dickens of a Cat. She is also the author of several nonfiction books for young readers and adults as well as many animal-themed stories and poems which can be seen in Guideposts anthologies and in magazines such as Small Farmers Journal.

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