No, No! Bad Dog!

Walking Ollie: or, Winning the Love of a Difficult Dog

By Stephen Foster

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Part Saluki and part greyhound, Ollie was never more at home or more graceful than when he was off leash – racing, almost flying, across the park. But as a house pet, Ollie had issues. Wind, sirens, and buzzing flies frightened him; but most problematic was Ollie's inexplicable fear of Foster himself. (from BookList)
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Walking Wisdom: Three Generations, Two Dogs, and the Search for the Ultimate Guru

By Gotham Chopra

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The Chopra dogs taught the family about curiosity and wisdom, open-mindedness and passion, not to mention loyalty and pig's ears. (from summary)
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What the Dog Did: Tales From a Formerly Reluctant Dog Owner

By Emily Yoffe

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Yoffe never thought she'd find herself extracting her bra strap from a dog's rear end; in fact, she never thought she'd have a dog at all. This cat devotee was in for some unexpected surprises when she took in a neurotic rescued beagle named Sasha to satisfy her daughter's desire for a dog. (book description)
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You Had me at Woof: How the Dogs Taught me the Secrets of Happiness

By Julie Klam

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The hilarious and heartfelt chronicle of a woman learning the secrets of love, health, and happiness from some very surprising teachers: her dogs. (from summary)
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