Meet Goody Beagle.
Every day she goes to the Dog Park, where she sees
her friends and finds out what's up.
They chase balls and each other.
They wrestle and play tug. They sniff butt.
They enjoy being dogs.
- Wyatt-Mackenzie Publishing
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- Product dimensions:
- 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.16(d)
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It¿s hardly high society, but don¿t tell the dogs at Goody Beagle¿s favorite venue that their dog park is anything but THE place to go for socializing and maybe a treat or two. ¿Dog Park Diary: The social round of Goody Beagle¿ chronicles a week at the Robinswood Dog Park in Bellevue, Wash., as told through the eyes of ... you guessed it, Goody Beagle. A keen observer and somewhat opinionated hound, Goody introduces the reader to his many friends. She also offers commentary on other dogs at the park and explains proper dog park etiquette, including the all-important meet-and-greet. Of course, doggie greetings involve a bit of sniffing, but as Goody explains, it¿s important to know who is friendly and who is not. It¿s also a great way to size up new visitors or find out what kind of mood regulars might be in that day. Goody¿s owner and the author of the book, Kim Pearson, has successfully found the voice of her canine companion, which makes this 60-page book entertaining and an easy read. Readers who love dogs will enjoy hearing what Goody REALLY thinks about the park and its frequent visitors. The book also includes photographs by award-winning photographer, Anne Lindsay. No dog diary is complete without a pictorial romp in the park with Goody and her friends. A dog¿s life may not be laced with as much drama as those of their human counterparts, but they love life and their human companions. And when they interact, they can be very much like humans as well. On second thought, perhaps there is a place where the ¿Dogs of Society¿ howl. There¿s no better way to find out than to pick up a copy of ¿Dog Park Diary¿ and settle back for a look at Goody¿s world through her soulful eyes. Maybe you¿ll find out just why dogs enjoy being dogs. One good sniff goes a long, long way!