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The Dog Lover's Guide to Dating: Using Cold Noses to Find Warm Hearts
     

The Dog Lover's Guide to Dating: Using Cold Noses to Find Warm Hearts

by Deborah Wood
 

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Think romance has gone to the dogs? You're right -- and it's actually a good thing! Studies show you're three times more likely to meet someone if you have a dog with you. So leash up your pooch and get ready to enter the world of meeting, greeting, and falling in love with dog lovers and their dogs in The Dog Lover's Guide to Dating. Combining wit, warmth, and wisdom

Overview

Think romance has gone to the dogs? You're right -- and it's actually a good thing! Studies show you're three times more likely to meet someone if you have a dog with you. So leash up your pooch and get ready to enter the world of meeting, greeting, and falling in love with dog lovers and their dogs in The Dog Lover's Guide to Dating. Combining wit, warmth, and wisdom with lots of practical advice, dog trainer Deborah Wood shows you the techniques of dog experts -- as well as the secrets of the American Kennel Club! -- for finding the right human mate for you. She offers encouragement and inspiration for the romantically challenged dog lover, providing a list of the best and worst date breeds and activities you can do with your dog to meet new friends -- and maybe even Mr. or Ms. Right. Featuring a host of true-life love stories and fun, revealing self-quizzes, The Dog Lover's Guide to Dating will help you find your perfect match!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781620456170
Publisher:
Turner Publishing Company
Publication date:
10/24/2003
Pages:
180
Product dimensions:
6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

DEBORAH WOOD is a writer and dog trainer who lives in Beaverton, Oregon, with Papillon dogs and a Persian cat. She is the pet columnist for The Oregonian newspaper and appears regularly as the pet expert on NPR's Satellite Sisters. Wood was named Newspaper Person of the Year in 2001 by the Dog Writers Association of America.

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