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Chapter 1: Plumbing.
Chapter 2: In the House.
Chapter 3: Clothing and Accessories.
Chapter 4: Food and Water.
Chapter 5: Doggy-Do.
Chapter 6: Flatulence.
Chapter 7: In the Yard.
Chapter 8: Confinement.
Chapter 9: Cars.
Chapter 10: Off to the Vet.
Chapter 11: Owners and Training.
Chapter 12: Trouble with the Law.
Chapter 13: Jealousy and Embarrassment.
Chapter 14: Oops!
Chapter 15: Beyond Categorization.
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Posted July 17, 2001
A VERY funny book. Some of the stories are incredible. This book grew out of a web site that Douglas Brown had on the internet, where he collected dog stories. I contributed one (Siberian Huskies) which made it into the book. (Find out what five 1/2 grown Siberian Huskies can do when left alone...) You will laugh. I guarantee it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 6, 2000
I really enjoyed reading and re-reading this book. All of the stories are very funny and some of the damage totals are truly amazing! If your dog or puppy has ever eaten or destroyed anything, you should read this book and find out how much worse it could have been. I was lucky, my dog's damage was embarrassment to her in one story and to me in the other. She (Madison)has the distinction of being in the book twice. Buy this book and maybe your bad dog won't eat it before you can read all the stories!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.