Dog Tales: The Book: Stories from a life gone to the dogs.

Dog Tales: The Book: Stories from a life gone to the dogs.

by LuAnn Stuver Rogers

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Overview

Dog Tales: The Book shares the love, laughter and occasional tears that living with multiple dogs brings to the life of the author. It is a collection of the "best of" her newspaper column that captured the hearts of readers and made her dogs, as she called them "big fish in a small pond".

You'll laugh at "Frog Legs are Fine, but Toads Taste Terrible", chuckle at the trials and tribulations of trimming 70 toenails and identify with all the aspects of a life totally gone to the dogs.

The often-funny, sometimes touching and always mundane snippets are sure to resonate with people everywhere who share their lives with dogs.

So sit, stay, read and enjoy!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781534803312
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/08/2016
Pages: 328
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

Dogs inhabit every aspect of the life of author LuAnn Stuver Rogers. Dogs at work, dogs at home, dogs at play, dogs in volunteering.

Her 7-passenger vehicle only seats two people, the remainder is set up for dogs. Her house is decorated with dog hair, designed with dog-friendly floors and furniture and is adorned with dog art.

She is an award-winning writer (from the Dog Writers Association of America, of course) and edits an award-winning dog magazine ("The Royal Dispatch," the magazine of the American Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club (ACKCSC) the American Kennel Club's parent club for the breed.

Her home is shared with her husband and five Cavaliers. She previously shared her life with German Shepherd Dogs and retired racing Greyhounds.

She is a former newspaper columnist, advertising copywriter and public information coordinator who was lured into the family manufacturing business to support her dog habit. She holds a BS degree in Journalism from Kent State University.

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