File Size: 417 KB
Print Length: 44 pages
Publisher: Peachtree Press (January 20, 2013)
Publication Date: January 20, 2013
Sold by: Digital Services LLC
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This book is uplifting, inspirational, funny and most of all heartwarming! Daily life with an animal can be so frustrating and full filling at the same time...life would be so boring without them. I looked forward to each new story in this wonderful book!!! Thank you for sharing Ms. Robinson!W. Kelley
I have a cat, but was strangely drawn to this book about dogs, people who love them, and people who lose them (through death). It took me a while to realize the short stories were about all the dogs one family loved, versus all the dogs several families loved. (I'm kind of slow that way.)I could picture the husband and wife walking their dog(s) around the pond; and then three, four, 14 years later, they remembered walking their dog around the pond and how sad yet glad they were for the memories.Very well written, I will look out for other books by this author (fiction or nonfiction).
I really enjoyed reading this set of short stories about dogs. They were charming and fun, heartbreaking and truthful. If you've ever had a dog, especially the ones that become your family, this is a worthwhile read.Each chapter/short story is a tidbit of this family's experiences with some of their dogs. Some stories are event based, others offer a little more insight.All of them are a quick read and entertaining.
I love my dog and I guess that makes me a dog lover. I have read many, many dog books written by all kinds of people. Some were writers others were not. This book "Dogs and Love" was really good and enjoyable. The writer and her family's love affair with Ruthie Ann and Bubba was truly touching. I liked it that she had many stories about them. I cried when they lost Ruthie and felt their pain, I have lost two of my little buddies and the loss is very painful, the are like our little furry children. Good Book.
First, let's start with the cover, and the cover photo (Bubba? Ruth Ann?). Just those, and I had to read this book. Second, the Evil Sister...well, not really, but we all know her in one form or another...the Ones Who Think Dogs Are Animals. Who roll their eyes when you shred the chicken and carrots from the homemade soup for the dog's chicken and rice dinner, rather than a nice casserole or salad for us. Who protest that dogs have fur coats already when you insist on dogs wearing winter coats in cold weather. And maybe boots. Depending on the weather. And third, the general family mushiness when it comes to the furry members of the group, and the stolen moments watching the kids love the dogs. Dogs somehow humanize us, and these wonderful moments are brought to us with sentiment but without sentimentality. I found myself reading and reading and wishing the book was longer when I reached the end. Thanks for a truthful, emotionally accurate, interesting and lovely book. Please go write some more.
Very much enjoyed reading these stories...proving over and over again (to an "already believer") how special dogs are in both the love they have for "us" their owners and indeed for every member of the family which they call their own. Their loyalty and devotion knows no bounds...and they generously think of us as "Godlike" in their eyes...if only we could (all) live up to the level they elevate us to. Wonderful book!
storiies are compasionate and have substance-sometimes they make you cry- good reading. These stories follow a dogs life from saving their puppies to enjoying thier master's company. they are just like us.
I have had the pleasure of dogs ow I g me since I w a s 8. Now 67 and looking for my 4th collie, this time a rescue. When i had to put the l last one down because she couldn't sta n d up anymore her companion mutt was lost. That one then had cancer. We cried for each, but when the collie crossed the rainbow bridge to wait for me I swear I felt her nuzzling my neck as she left. Thanks for the memories
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