Letters to Dogs: The Tails We All Know and Love

Letters to Dogs: The Tails We All Know and Love

by Ryan Donald
Letters to Dogs: The Tails We All Know and Love

Letters to Dogs: The Tails We All Know and Love

by Ryan Donald

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Overview

If dogs could talk to us, what would we ask them?

It's a scenario that's not uncommon among dog owners. What would it be like to talk with our pets? Could they explain their endearing and sometimes puzzling behaviors?

In Letters to Dogs, you'll hear from fictional dog owners and dog lovers who reveal their frustration, excitement, bafflement, and curiosity about the personalities of dogs and why they behave the way they do.

In notes written directly to a variety of dog personalities, these humorous letters capture the essence of why we love our pets-all the cute, silly, and ridiculous ways that dogs behave, and ultimately, win our hearts.

In Letters to Dogs, you'll read through a collection of fictional letters written about dog behaviors from the highly relatable (the dog who whips his tail into grandma's legs) to the hilarious (the dog who ignores his frisbee because he'd rather run "zoomies" instead). Everyone has seen that dog, and now we get the chance to explore what people would really tell dogs, if given the chance.

This delightful and humorous short book will remind you of the frustrations and joys that all dog owners experience and the bonds that inspire us to call dogs "man's best friend."


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798988158103
Publisher: Market Refined Publishing
Publication date: 05/09/2023
Pages: 88
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.18(d)

About the Author

Ryan Donald is an avid dog lover, an American writer of pet humor books, and currently serves as the Business Development Manager at a cybersecurity company. (A fact which his dogs do not care about at all, as long as he brings home the bacon.) Before serving in this position, Ryan worked as a commercial construction project manager, an electrician, in the retail and commercial industries, an investment banker, a landscape consultant for the NFL, and an aspiring professional golfer (all jobs his dogs weren't impressed by). But most important, Ryan was voted "wittiest" in ninth grade. (A prerequisite for a book with pet humor, according to his dogs.)Ryan now resides in Greenville, SC, with his family and dogs, who are a constant source of entertainment and inspiration for his dog books.
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