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Hey There Dog People… A Couple Book Recommendations

Got a couple tips on some great dog lover books…   Edgar Sawtelle, a story about a young boy who grew up on his parent’s kennel and farm. It’s a great story and hard to put down, but it is a little scary at times. The other book I just finished is Merle’s Door, another fantastic story about a beautiful dog and his owner. Merle is a lost pup near Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He finds himself an owner and they travel all over the Teton Mountains. They live in a little town called Kelly where Merle becomes the “doggy” governor and makes his publicity rounds each day; but his real love is hunting elk.

I hope others will enjoy these two books as much as I have.



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January 18, 2009 - Posted by | Just One More Pet, On The Lighter Side, pet fun, Pets | , ,


  1. This story is true.

    This is one time when
    an Artist and Nikki, a little yellow dog met inside a mystical creation,
    where happy endings
    sometimes happen.
    kevin rockwell

    Comment by rockwellarts | January 22, 2009 | Reply

  2. I’ve heard of, but not yet read, the Merle dog book. How about “My Dog Skip?” That is a really fabulous book about the love of a person for his dog. And I’m sure it’s because the Obama kids are looking for a dog, and Obama is our new leaders, that I really like this book, “A Dog’s Advice to Leaders, offering leadership advice from a dog! It made me think of my own dog. It’s so true, I think, that dogs are wise indeed. A fun read, with lots of good advice.

    Comment by lizziebb | January 25, 2009 | Reply

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