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Dog Shaming

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Our beloved pooches bring us a world of happiness. They love us unconditionally, they never judge and they're there for us through good times and bad. But they also chew the sofa, rip up your car seats, bark incessantly when there's nothing there, steal food, dig up your garden and generally cause mayhem. Now, in Dog Shaming, they own up to the world with some hilarious confessions revealing just why they're in the doghouse. And they remind us why dogs are the most wonderful, and sometimes the most infuriating, companions!
Category: Humor. ISBN: 9781845026516

Good Dog

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Inspired by Garden & Gun magazine's popular Good Dog column, a rich collection of true stories celebrating the unique relationship between humans and their canine companions, penned by some of today's top writers, including Jon Meacham, Roy Blount, Jr, Dominique Browning, and P.J. O'Rourke. When Garden & Gun magazine debuted a column aptly named Good Dog, it quickly became one of the publication's most popular features in print. Now, Editor-in-Chief David DiBennedetto (proud owner of a Boykin spaniel) and the editors of G&G have gathered the most memorable stories, as well as original pieces, in this collection of essays written by some of most notable dog owners in literature and journalism. Good Dog offers memorable, beautifully written stories of dog ownership, companionship, friendship, and kinship. From the troublemakers who can't be fenced in to the lifelong companions who won't leave our sides, this poignant anthology showcases man's best friend through all of his most endearingand sometimes maddeningattributes. By turns inspirational and humorous (just like the dogs we love), Good Dog is a must-have collection for dog lovers everywhere.
Category: Literary Collections. ISBN: 9780062242372

Rescue Dog

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Many people believe that rescue dogs are troubled, traumatised, strays with long-lasting problems. While this view may be true in some instances, the majority of dogs in rescue centres are there because their previous owners have simply abandoned them. Every year new homes are found for thousands of these 'rescue' dogs by dedicated charities but in order to make this re-homing a success, the new owners need considerable knowledge, patience and understanding. The Rescue Dog takes the reader through each stage of the re-homing process, from choosing a dog, to preparing the home and garden and settling the dog into its new life. With chapters which examine the elderly dog, puppies, avoiding misunderstandings, training and common concerns, the authors have produced a fully informative and practical guide. Topics covered include: Where to go to find a rescue dog and what to expect; The early days when the dog is settling into its new home; Canine requirements; Common behavioural concerns; Children and dogs. This invaluable book offers new owners a practical guide to responsible ownership, and is illustrated throughout with 143 colour photographs and diagrams.
Category: Pets. ISBN: 9781847971807

Yellow Dog

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Brilliant, painful, dazzling, and funny as hell, Yellow Dog is Martin Amis' highly anticipated first novel in seven years and a stunning return to the fictional form. When dream husband Xan Meo is vengefully assaulted in the garden of a London pub, he suffers head injury, and personality change. Like a spiritual convert, the familial paragon becomes an anti-husband, an anti-father. He submits to an alien moral system -- one among many to be found in these pages. We are introduced to the inverted worlds of the yellow journalist, Clint Smoker; the high priest of hardmen, Joseph Andrews; and the porno tycoon, Cora Susan. Meanwhile, we explore the entanglements of Henry England: his incapacitated wife, Pamela; his Chinese mistress, He Zhezun; his fifteen-year-old daughter, Victoria, the victim of a filmed intrusion that rivets the world -- because she is the future Queen of England, and her father, Henry IX, is its King. The connections between these characters provide the pattern and drive of Yellow Dog . If, in the 21st century, the moral reality is changing, then the novel is changing too, whether it likes it or not. Yellow Dog is a model of how the novel, or more particularly the comic novel, can respond to this transformation. But Martin Amis is also concerned here with what is changeless and perhaps unchangeable. Patriarchy, and the entire edifice of masculinity; the enormous category-error of violence, arising between man and man; the tortuous alliances between men and women; and the vanished dream (probably always an illusion, but now a clear delusion) that we can protect our future and our progeny. Meo heard no footsteps; what he heard was the swish, the shingly soft-shoe of the hefted sap. Then the sharp two-finger prod on his shoulder. It wasn't meant to happen like this. They expected him to turn and he didn't turn -- he half-turned, then veered and ducked. So the blow intended merely to break his cheekbone or his jawbone was instead received by the cranium, that spacey bulge (in this instance still quite marriageably forested) where so many delicate and important powers are so trustingly encased. He crashed, he crunched to his knees, in obliterating defeat. . . . -- from Yellow Dog
Category: Fiction. ISBN: 9781400077274

DOG FRIENDLY GARDENS

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Love your dog and your garden? With the garden design and dog training information in this book you can have both. Learn which plants, grasses, chemicals and materials are pet-friendly and what dog training and management tools are garden-friendly.
Category: Pets. ISBN: 9781929242078

Summit's Sock Garden

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An adorable rhyming picture book about giving and growing. From Andrea Koehle Jones, author of The Wish Trees, comes the story of Summit, a big-hearted Bernese Mountain Dog, who tries to make the world a better place by planting sock trees.
Category: Children's & Young Adult Fiction. ISBN: 1621547701

Notes from the Dog

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Sometimes having company is not all it's cracked up to be. Fifteen-year-old Finn is a loner, living with his dad and his amazing dog, Dylan. This summer he's hoping for a job where he doesn't have to talk to anyone except his pal Matthew. Then Johanna moves in next door. She's 10 years older, cool, funny, and she treats Finn as an equal. Dylan loves her, too. Johanna's dealing with breast cancer, and Matthew and Finn learn to care for her, emotionally and physically. When she hires Finn to create a garden, his gardening ideas backfire comically. But Johanna and the garden help Finn discover his talents for connecting with people.
Category: Children's & Young Adult Fiction. ISBN: 9780385738453

Dog About Town

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So you’re thinking of bringing home an adorable puppy or dog to share your life with? A furry friend who will spend weekends accompanying you to farmers’ markets; who is just as comfortable on the bus as he is frolicking with children in the park. But what are you supposed to do with your four-legged friend when you’re at work? And hang on, you’ve just remembered that you don’t have a garden. Can you even HAVE a dog if you don’t have a garden? Fear not, as help is at hand. In Dog About Town, urban dog trainer and behaviourist Louise Glazebrook offers essential wisdom for any potential or current dog owners. From guidance on which breed of pooch is right for you, to behavioural advice, information on vaccinations and tissue obsessions (as well as countless other things you hadn’t even thought of), this book has something for every puppy or dog owner. With a slant on urban living, Dog About Town is the perfect addition for anyone whose dog needs to be socialised in a town or a city. Fun and informative, Louise’s witty book is beautifully illustrated throughout.
Category: Pets. ISBN: 9781742707754

Over the Garden Wall #6

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The boys share two tales of Dreamland, where they encounter a toothy bird, help a giant dog, and interrupt an eerie funeral.
Category: Fiction. ISBN: 9781681599090

Playtime for Your Dog

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Part of the pleasure of owning a dog is the mutual fun that results from the playing of games. However these games also have a role in the development and well-being of dogs, not least of which is building up a dog's self confidence and boosting dog/ownerrelationships. The purpose of this book is to help pet owners discover and employ games and activities on an everyday basis that bothowners and dogs will enjoy, and that will contribute towardsthe animal'sfitness and training. Marvel at the super-abilities of your dog's sense of smell. Make his daily walks an exciting adventure. Find enough inspiration in your living room to exercise his basic play instincts. Take the opportunity when appropriate to turn your garden into a dog's adventure playground.
Category: Pets. ISBN: 9783861279228
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