From my hometown paper, the Canton Repository: The relatively new bookstore in town, a Books-a-Million, has recently started a weekly story hour with a young woman named Dusty reading stories to the pre-school set. And to make it even more fun, her Rottweiler Sassy comes along to play.
When we ran a poll about dog adoptions earlier in the year, the response was overwhelming. Most of you indicated you had at some time adopted a dog froma shelter. How’d that work out for you? Editor Kyla Duffy of Happy Tails Books wants to share your story with the masses.
I received the magazine from my book club today, and found two books you might be interested in. I haven’t read either of these yet, so I can’t give you anything other than the promo stuff in the magazine, but they both sound good.
Have you read Michael Schaffer’s book yet? Titled “One Nation Under Dog: Adventures in the New World of Prozac-Popping Puppies, dog-Park Politics and Organic Pet Food,” Schaffer’s book highlights some of the extremes people go to for their pets and about some of the products available for pets today.