Bela' - A Dog's Life

Author: D.E. Gilmore

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1483607925

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 127

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Bela’ - A Dog’s Life by: B. L. Kendall-Gilmore Bela’ (pronounced - “bay la“) - A Dog‘s Life, is about a rat terrier who tells her story in this delightful tale of neglect and redemption. She begins her life in a puppy mill, where she is found by Louise in an outdoor puppy mill. Bela’s life begins anew, this time in a warm, loving home. She is introduced to her new sister, Cali, another rat terrier. This is a tiny story about a tiny dog with a huge personality; and her loving owner and a cantankerous, hyperactive sister. Bela’s family includes an elderly human grandmother and her experiences in a household where she fights to be the queen. Bela’ is special, even if she alone thinks it. She insists upon her position in her family and in life, and to be treated as the royalty she believes herself to be.

It's a Dog's Life...but It's Your Carpet

Author: Dr. Justine Lee

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: 0307409953

Category: Pets

Page: 272

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Why does my dog lick his balls? Admit it; you’ve always wanted to know. Well, finally there’s a professional out there who’s not too embarrassed to answer–bone-fide veterinarian, critical-care specialist, and dog lover Dr. Justine A. Lee. It’s a Dog’s Life . . . but It’s Your Carpet takes you behind the scenes to look at the training and off-the-record opinions of a certified vet, and answers all the questions you’ve always wanted to ask about your dog, including: Is a dog's nose a good indicator of his health? Can a Chihuahua and a Great Dane mate? Why do dogs eat their own poop? What's the smartest breed? Can I get my dog's ears pierced? Why does my dog roll around in rotting feces? If I mix food coloring with Fluffy's kibble, will it make her poop easier to find in the yard? Written by one of two hundred veterinary board-certified emergency critical-care specialists in the world, It’s a Dog’s Life . . . but It’s Your Carpet offers factual and funny answers to some of the most common, offbeat questions about our beloved companions. Whether you’re looking for advice on pet rearing, solutions to your dog's most frustrating habits, explanations of his weirdest quirks, or simply a good laugh, this book is sure to inform–and entertain–dog lovers of every breed.

Give Me a Dog's Life Any Day

Author: Hama Tuma

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1412021375

Category: Humor

Page: 194

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Give Me a Dog's Life Any Day, the second book of African Absurdities by Hama Tuma, is a collection of satirical articles on the African and the world political reality, of the double standards that exist, the follies of governments and politicians and of citizens too. There is parody here, ironic laughter at the very serious problems of Africa, a call to ponder on the failures of governance, the lack of democracy using the prism of irreverent satire. Nothing is sacred; the pompous leaders are made fun of and their naked state exposed. Book II of African Absurdities goes even farther than Book I in poking fatal fun at African leaders, their patrons in the West and at life in general. This is a book that will entertain and make you laugh but it will be the laughter of the knowing, the victim, the conscious and the one who is keen on justice but is realistic enough to know that this world is not fair to the weak and the defenseless.

It's A Dog's Life For The Other Half

Author: Steve Ankers

Publisher: Mereo Books, mereobook, mereobooks

ISBN: 1861512015

Category: Medical

Page: 158

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ÿSteve Ankers? wife Margaret and big brother John have been vets all their lives, so Steve has spent a large part of his life helping one or other of them, sometimes both, through amusing, harrowing and occasionally disgusting encounters with creatures of all varieties, shapes and sizes. The experience has given him a hilarious fund of tales about adventures with animals and their owners, from llamas, wallabies and escaped alligators to dodgy greyhound trainers and the cat that ate a Chihuahua. Sometimes moving and often extremely funny, this is a very well-written account of life working closely ? sometimes TOO closely - with animals.

A Modern Dog's Life

Author: Paul McGreevy

Publisher: The Experiment

ISBN: 1615191186

Category: Pets

Page: 328

View: 1821


An animal behavior expert “combines sensible information with charming wit [in] an entertaining guide for new and veteran dog owners” (Ken Foster, author of The Dogs Who Found Me). What do dogs value? Why do they get so excited by their daily walks? And why do canines of different breeds have different needs? Veterinarian and professor of animal behavior Dr. Paul McGreevy answers these questions and many more, explaining what life is like from a pooch’s perspective—including a special section about dogs and city living. Filled with humor and memorable characters (including “Uncle Wolf” and “Feral Cheryl”), this guide offers: Insights from recent studies on how dogs see, smell, and experience the world Explanations of canine behavior, accompanied with over forty action photos Tips on everything from petting them to calming them at the vet’s User-friendly training techniques that build skills gradually and keep your pet motivated Dr. McGreevy offers an exciting new approach to training a dog: By acting as a “life coach”—rather than an “alpha dog” or “parent”—and by looking at the process as a fun opportunity for you and your pet to grow closer and learn new skills, you can greatly improve your dog’s quality of life, and teach good behavior at the same time. “Science, experience, and common sense . . .Your dog will want you to read it.” —Mark Evans, chief veterinary adviser, Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

A Dog's Life

Author: Gary M. Whitmore

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1312000600

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 220

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Mike Hanson lives in Pennsylvania and he hates dogs with a passion. But then the paws on his foot when his neighbor Louise places a Voodoo spell and turning Mike into a mangy mutt stuck in Alabama. Then it’s the mutt that Mike previously mistreated that comes to his aid and helps him get back home. Then he gets another surprise and must figure out how he can get turned back into a human before he loses his wife and family to another man.

A Dog's Life

Author: Edward Garbowski, Jr.

Publisher: Edward Garbowski Jr

ISBN: 0989352412

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 844


Having recently lost both parents to a brutal murder, Franklin Benjamin Cartwright has decided that it's time to retire from life in the big city and try a quiet life in the country. While still young, he has inherited his family's wealth and wants to leave the "rat race" behind. He decides to first try a small town called Witmore that claims to have a population under 1,000.The place turns out to have some odd characters, but plenty of quiet charm that he is looking for. It also has a romantic interest in the form of local reporter Janice Fredricks. And most important, Franklin also comes across a wayward dog that has more to him than meets the eye initially.What it also has is what Franklin wanted to avoid: murder! When the newly installed hotel manager turns up murdered, Franklin's curious nature kicks in and he feels he can't walk away without trying to solving it. What happens along the way surprises him and the whole town.

It's a Dog's Life

Author: King Arthur of Locksbottom

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781467019910

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 94

View: 3111


Villagers are coming to terms with the death of their beloved Royal, King Arthur of Locksbottom. Affectionately known as Author, well-wishers have been laying flowers at the shrine in his former home.

Copper: A Dog's Life

Author: Annabel Goldsmith

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0751556467

Category: Pets

Page: 160

View: 3404


A loveable local legend and true character to all who knew him, Copper was no ordinary dog. With more stories to tell than you could count on the pads of one paw, this curly-tailed, shaggy-bearded mongrel (but don't let him hear you call him that) led a truly astonishing life. Famed for his remarkable wanderlust, canine curiosity took him all over the place, from Richmond and Kingston to Brighton, sometimes travelling on buses with his friend Jessie the cat, often stopping off at his favourite pubs, or chasing unsuspecting joggers in the park - a hobby which nearly ended his life. In this delightful book, Copper tells us of his astounding adventures with the finest of tail-wagging wisdom. He sniffs out all the important things in life: the comings and goings, the loves and losses - and, of course, what it's like to live in high society. Sometimes cheeky, most of the time charming, but always cherished, Copper's story is by turns funny and moving, the tale of a real canine hero.

A Dog's Life

Author: Hans Bayer,Ray Miller,John Toothman

Publisher: University Press of America

ISBN: 9780819191410

Category: History

Page: 164

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In 1979, Hans Bayer sat down at a typewriter to compose his memoirs. A noncom in the German Army in World War II, Bayer had served in the Hitler's Body Guards division. For a number of reasons, among them guilt at having been caught up in Nazi fanaticism, Bayer wanted to record some of the key details of his past, especially his experiences in the Hitler Youth and later in the inferno of the war. Miller and Toothman have translated this story of one young German's experience in a world holocaust, hoping that this book in some way will help to ensure that such horrors will never occur again.