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"True Tails from the Dog Park" is a fun and charming collection of stories, tips and rules for dogs and dog owners that will keep you laughing. The stories are written from the perspective of two dogs, Max and Luther who have become best friends since meeting at the dog park. These are tales only a dog could tell.
|Publisher:||Dog Ear Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
How Much Is That Doggie In The Window? This book recalls different experiences that have taken place at a local dog park. Dogs Max and Luther aka Kari Sherman and Carey Laubenberg, the dog's owners or "moms," author this tale. The adventures in the park are told through the dog's voices. Max and Luther chronicle positive things that have happened while at the park. For instance, that is the place that brought the authors together, both the two humans and two dogs, to form a great friendship. It is also a wonderful place for them to be able to run and play without being on a leash. Most of the negative incidents have usually involved people who don't like normal canine behavior, even in a dog park. Since Max and Luther are usually off-leash in the park, they often want to play with other dogs that come in. This can cause the animals to get dirty, which has upset some of the owners. Other owners have wanted to eat, or attempt to picnic, on the grounds of the park. With dogs running loose in the same environment, it is easy to see how that could be a recipe for disaster as curious dogs invite themselves to sample the human food as well. There was also the time an individual came to the park who was allergic to dogs, and demanded that all the owners keep their dogs away from him. Max and Luther are often puzzled why people come to dog parks, and do not want dogs to be themselves. This small volume, 47 pages, attempts to point out why some behavior won't work in a dog park, and gives some tips on things that will. Throughout the text are illustrations and "dog park rules" which address different topics. There are also sections of the Dog Park Journal that alternate with Max or Luther individually addressing topics ranging from what to feed your four legged friends to what to expect if dog toys are brought to the park. This book would be good for anyone who might visit a dog park, it would let the reader know what to expect both for people and their furry friends. I recommend this volume for teen and adult readers that own, or have an interest in, dogs. I’d like to thank the authors for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book for the purpose of review. All opinions expressed are my own, and I was not required, or influenced, to give anything but an honest appraisal.
Given To Me For An Honest Review True Tails from the Dog Park by Max & Luther is such a have to read it's unbelievable. I just loved it! Max & Luther share stories that are brief, descriptive and relate to all dogs and their "humans". They give out dog tips, useful information and many ideas that can help those thinkitng of getting a dog or those who are new owners. They also show humans that need help how to behave with correct manners, etiquette and consideration of others while at the dog park. Max & Luther have done a fantastic job with this book. Once you begin reading it you will not put it down until you finish it. It is a real page turner. I gave it 5 stars but it truly deserves 10+. I highly recommend it to everyone. I look forward to more from Max & Luther. Max & Luther keep on keepin on!!