Merle's Door: Lessons from a Freethinking Dog
Publish date: July 2nd 2007
Pages no: 398
Edition language: English
This is more than just a book about a man and his dog. This is a journey of passion, dedication, and how to be in a relationship without keeping those you love on a tight lease. It is about freedom and sharing the journey of life with someone who really, truly understands you. It is a mix between a ...
25 January 2013: 4.19 off 6,300 ratings, 1,100 reviews (high review to rating ratio).argument for 3 stars:#compared to works dealing with war, revolution, "my dog" is an insignificant topic, no matter how remarkable the dog#personality of writer seems weak; at times dog even seems to look down on wr...
A Boy and His Dog in the WestCombination memoir/history of dog-human relations. Although the author anthropomorphizes to excess, there are still nuggets of common sense that are refreshing in this age of The Dog Whisperer.(Confession: I bawled like a baby at the end.)
Ok, i love good books about animals and have read quite a few. I was so disappointed with this book I couldn't even finish it :-( --that is rare. The author had some cute back stories about his life with Merle, but all the scientific ramblings about the why behind the what just lost me. Sometime...
MARVELOUS! I give this book 5 stars without a second thought! You cry, you chuckle, you laugh out loud, you read again sections of other dog books mentioned in the text that one has^previously read, you search Wikipedia concerning subjects that the text brings to your attention and about which you r...
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