Dog Knows Best

Dog Knows Best

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Dog Knows Best is a witty peek into the canine brain and how
they look at us or moreover, how they train us. Some dogs have
a master, this witty canine has a staff!
Dog Knows Best is dogs-eye view of vital things in life
such as eating, who owns the house, grand-parents, cat
enemies, and belly rubs just to name a few. Let's face it, canines
lead an extremely busy life. Their days are filled with activities
not always visible or known to their human.
If you ever wanted a lighthearted read for yourself or the
perfect book for your canine-loving friends, Dog Knows Best is it!
With these tips and tricks, dog parents will think they did it
themselves when, in fact, the canines are simply perfecting their
humans' behavior. A more joyful relationship for you and your
canine is just a few pages away. A great read for you and your furry friend!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 10mm | 195g
  • Platinum Paw Press
  • English
  • 13 Illustrations; Illustrations, black and white
  • 0998412163
  • 9780998412160

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If you want a guide that tells it from the dog's point of view, then the latest book from Timothy Glass could be just what you are looking for.
Light and witty, intimately observed and beautifully presented, Dog Knows Best covers every aspect of the dog and human relationship - according to the dog.
'Written' by Panda Beagle, Dog Knows Best is one of those un-put-downable, read-in-one-sitting books that will be treasured long after the last page has been turned. For me, its strength lies in the empathetic way in which it has been written. There are topics among its pages with which every dog owner can identify and will smile at. For example, who among dog owners hasn't had to deal with 'nose art', bed sharing and, especially when it comes to beagles, drooling?

Jackie Williamson
Former editor In Full Cry - the magazine of The Beagle Welfare Scheme
Former editor Thames View - the newspaper of Thames Valley Police
Former editor Outlook - the magazine of Dogs for the Disabled
Author - Cevamp, Mike and Me: tales of romance and adventure in the Irish Sea; Memory Seeds: an illustrated collection of light poetry; Best Friends: the story of Dogs for the Disabled; Whalesteak and Chips: a lifetime of memories;
Jackie Williamson's new book, Bessie, Mike and Me: Ireland and Scotland in six weeks . . . by motorhome will be published as an e-book later this year.
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