Music Row Dogs and Nashville Cats: Country Stars and Their Pets

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Simon and Schuster, 2004 - Music - 177 pages
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Trisha Yearwood had her mutt, Roseanne, long before she had her first album. A cat named Sweetie taught Lee Ann Womack's daughter about respect. Wynonna has stopped traffic to save dogs by the side of the road. And everything Brad Paisley knows about love and commitment, he learned from his horse. Music Row Dogs and Nashville Cats contains exclusive, intimate photographs of America's most popular country music artists with their beloved pets, and the stars' humorous and heartwarming stories provide never-before-seen glimpses into their lives. This book is also a heartfelt reminder that, in the words of Tanya Tucker, "pets are innocent creatures and need protection," and when you give a home to an animal in need, "you may end up with one of the best things that ever happened to you in your life!"


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About the author (2004)

Laura Lacy has worked in the film, television, and music industry for the last twenty-five years. She organized and coordinated this project.

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