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"The life of a good dog," Anna Quindlen once wrote, "is like the life of a good person, only shorter, more compressed." Thus, when a good dog achieves a certain age, we are reminded of our deep connection to our four-legged seniors. This collection of essays, prose snippets, and poems is framed by dozens of heart-touching portraits of old dogs taken by the now-deceased photographer Gary Gross. Contributors to this Garry Tabatsky anthology also include Christopher Durang, Marlo Thomas, Ally Sheedy, Dean Koontz, Doris Day, and the aforementioned Quindlen.