Sorry I Pooped in Your Shoe (and Other Heartwarming Letters from Doggie)
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Create a List. Summary Inside Sorry I Pooped in Your Shoe , writer and comedian Jeremy Greenberg presents a collection of 50 laugh-out-loud letters and accompanying full-color photographs that explain Fido's love of funky smells, why a ball needs to be thrown again, and practically every other lovably loony canine characteristic. Read on the Scribd mobile app Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.
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Amazon Prime Free 30 Day Trial. Tagged as Shine On Award. If you are a dog lover, you already know that dogs are better people than humans. Here are some wonderful books that help make the point. Dogs Make Us Better Humans. Funny, moving, and profound, A Dog Walks into a Nursing Home is the story of how one faithful, charitable, loving, and sometimes prudent mutt—showing great hope, fortitude, and restraint along the way the occasional begged or stolen treat notwithstanding —taught a well-meaning woman the true nature and pleasures of the good life.
This work had a profound effect on Charleson, perhaps because, for her, this journey began as a personal one: Charleson herself struggled with posttraumatic stress disorder for months after a particularly grisly search. Collaboration with her search dog partner made the surprising difference to her own healing.
Inspired by that experience, Charleson learns to identify abandoned dogs with service potential, often plucking them from shelters at the last minute, and to train them for work beside hurting partners, to whom these second-chance dogs bring intelligence, comfort, and hope. Charleson first book. In the wake of the Oklahoma City bombing, Susannah Charleson clipped a photo from the newspaper of an exhausted canine handler, face buried in the fur of his search-and-rescue dog. A dog lover and pilot with search experience herself, Susannah was so moved by the image that she decided to volunteer with a local canine team and soon discovered firsthand the long hours, nonexistent pay, and often heart-wrenching results they face.
His aptly titled project—A Year to Help—began in July and will wrap up next month. The quest has sparked him to travel the world visiting rescue shelters in Spain and a dog meat restaurant and a zoo in the Philippines, as well as to launch a blog chronicling his adventures.
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In his just-released photo collection, The Silence of Dogs in Cars Kehrer Verlag , he aims to capture the way in which we silence, control or distance ourselves from other animals. Mission accomplished.
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Masson himself has experienced a profound connection with his new dog Benjy, a failed guide-dog for the blind, who possesses an abundance of inhibited love. But Masson knows that the love he feels for Benjy — and that Benjy feels for all the people and animals around him — is not unique, but is in fact a love that only dogs and humans possess.
With wisdom, insight, and a brilliant analysis of recent scientific research, the bestselling author delivers a provocative and compelling book that will change the way we think about love and canine companions. Leave a comment. Tagged as Animal rights , Book , Reading , Recommended , reviews. A look inside the mind of a writer who loves comic books, vinyl records, chocolate, and a good film. It's the thin line between reality and fantasy. It's the thin line between sanity and madness. It's the crazy things that make us think, laugh and scream in the dark.
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I love dogs. I love all animals but especially dogs. I am willing to take blind and hospice dogs. I am a pack rat but am trying to go through a purge of all my pack-rattery. I enjoy word play, making up words and read the dictionary occasionally. I enjoy crafting. Especially jewelry making and crochet.
I have a giant book collection, this is more than pack-rattery rather a deep love of the written word and freedom of speech. I am an animal rights activist. I love her word play and crafting. Cleo at Cleopatra Loves Books.
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