Synopses & Reviews
An anthology of bark-out-loud original essays about dogs from some of today's most popular writers.
Critically acclaimed memoirist Wade Rouse has gathered some of America's best known humorists- authors, comedians, and actors-to offer biting commentary on what it means to share a life, and a heart, with a dog. From battling for bed space to trying to transform a pampered NYC pup into a Texas rawhide, and from helping a shelter rescue navigate through her new life to interpreting dog run dynamics (and politics), being a canine companion has challenges as tough as any agility course, but laughter is just a tail-wag away. This collection features uncanny insight and witty prose from...
Rita Mae Brown
W. Bruce Cameron
and many others, including a Foreword by Chelsea Handler's dog, Chunk
About the Author
Wade Rouse's most recent memoir is It's All Relative: Two Families, Three Dogs, 34 Holidays and 50 Boxes of Wine. He lives on the west coast of Michigan where he writes memoirs and battles for bed space with his partner, Gary, and their beloved mutts, Marge and Mabel.