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Fat Daisy: Inner Beauty Secrets from a Real Dogby Beverly West
Synopses & Reviews
Fat Daisy, a 16-pound Chihuahua who outgrew her teacup after the birth of her four puppies, has been struggling to regain her toy figure ever since. But what this girl lacks in the lean and mean department, she more than makes up for with attitude, self-acceptance, and a bottomless appetite for life.
Move over, canine fitness gurus. Fat Daisy has waddled onto the scene!
No matter how many post-holiday workouts you blew off in January, or whether or not you actually made it into that yellow polka dot bikini this summer, Fat Daisy: Inner Beauty Secrets from a Real Dog is here to help you feel doggone great! This bigger-than-life Chihuahua has experienced the belt-over blues, the heartache of upper thigh spread, and the retirement of even her largest doggie sweaters. When treatless fad diets and radical running regimens failed, Fat Daisy discovered her own inner beauty secrets: a confidence-building, positive-self-image-bolstering, humor-honing fitness program with a double helping of unconditional love.
No matter what your collar size or the width of your doggie door, Fat Daisy delivers a full-figured and fabulous philosophy that picks you up, cheers you on, and reminds you to count your blessings instead of your calories, one Fat Daisy at a time.
About the Author
Photographer Jessica Alonso (Pugtherapy) specializes in shooting puppy and people portraits while searching for a Daisy of her own.
Beverly West cowrote the best-selling Cinematherapy series. Together, she and Jason Bergund penned TVTherapy and Pugtherapy. The two freelance authors live in New York City with four dogs, one cat, two turtles, and one Fat Daisy.
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