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I’m always on the lookout for a good dog book. It can be fiction, non-fiction, or a great book of photos or sketches. I’ve recently found three that I think are worth spending some time with.

The first is The Modern Dog by Stanley Coren. Coren is the author of How To Speak Dog as well.  I’m really enjoying this book. There’s so much interesting stuff about the history of dogs and great stories to support some of the theories. I especially like the last chapter that’s called  ”Are There Dogs in Heaven?”. Coren mentions Martin Luther, the historic German priest that is said to be responsible for Protestant Reformation.  Martin Luther had a dog named Tolpel and a daughter named Mary Catherine.  According to the story, Mary Catherine asks if  Tolpel will go to heaven when he dies.  Answering his daughter’s question Martin Luther got up from his desk,  bent down near Tolpel, and said “Be comforted, little dog, ” Come the resurrection, even thee shall wear a golden tail.”

The second book worth taking a look at is Inside Of a Dog by Alexandra Horowitz. I’ve already learned a great deal more than I thought I knew about dog vision and a dog’s perspective and perception to many things. Horowitz makes a pretty good case in dispelling the myth that dogs are color blind. She says that dogs experience color most strongly when it is in the range of blue or green.  Horowitz had me engaged in her book even at the prelude where she begins with a story of a Chihuahua and of course… an Irish Wolfhound.

A completely different book you may enjoy is Dog On It by Spencer Quinn. The book is narrated by a dog named Chet who is the companion of a private investigator named Bernie. Universal is making a movie based on the Chet and Bernie mystery series.  For some more fun go to Chet The Dog, the official blog of Chet The Dog at www.chetthedog.com Aonghus and Gwen will probably  like this movie as well. Gwen likes to bark when she hears dogs bark in movies. It’s twice the entertainment!

4 Responses to “Good reads for dog lovers…”

  1. Joyce Joyce says:

    Savannah,
    Thank you! More to come.
    J

  2. Joyce Joyce says:

    Lynn, I’m going to find the book. Love the title. Sounds like most of my days… walking in circles. :)

  3. lynn says:

    Favorite dog book is Walking in Circles Before Lying Down. Great story of a girl that has a crummy love life but has a great dog that she begins to hear “talking” to her. Lots of laughs!

  4. Savannah says:

    Awesome blog!

    I thought about starting my own blog too but I’m just too lazy so, I guess I’ll just have to keep checking yours out.
    LOL,

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