Dog Owner's Manual: Important Stuff You Should Know About Your Pet, by Buster

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Dec 18, 2012 - Humor - 112 pages
When considering their canine friends, what do dog owners really need to know? Important stuff, according to Buster, like how dogs would run the world if they were in charge (fleas would taste like hamburger, only dogs would be allowed to pick up dropped food). What they fantasize about (mostly steaks, open garbage cans, and female dogs). The rules that govern sniffing other dogs. Buster and his capable translator, David E. Carter, have created a most useful book that's also delightfully funny. Dog Owner's Manual will resonate with the millions of pooch possessors who secretly know - but won't always admit - who really owns who.

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Buster was a 10-year-old dalmatian who lived in a big house with four faithful servants when he wrote this book. One of them, David E. Carter, an advertising executive in Ashland, Kentucky, translated Buster's helpful hints into the human language. Dog Owner's Manual is being published posthumously.

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