Exploring the bond between humans and dogs in a humorous and emotional way.
By Gordon Frisbie ‧ RELEASE DATE: April 11, 2022
In this heartfelt memoir, a man celebrates his love for his dogs. He reflects on his relationships with several pooches, particularly Boo, an Australian shepherd he chose from a shelter. Frisbie and Boo trained and competed in dog agility meets, and they enjoyed long walks and exploring nearby state parks. The book is a series of essays about the things Boo did, from chasing squirrels to standing up to a grizzly bear. Frisbie also introduces his mother’s shiba inus, Koko, Sachi, and Yoshi, who added their own feisty antics. He paints a vivid picture of the strong bond between a human and a dog, and his prose is full of color and humor. He captures the unique nature of the canine world, from their joyous stinky rolls to their fearlessness in the face of danger. Dog lovers will be sure to appreciate this touching account.
Pub Date: April 11, 2022
Page Count: 200
Publisher: TFL Stories
Review Posted Online: July 1, 2023