That’s right! Callie Lassiter’s normally well-behaved Great Dane Jack has run off and done the wild thing with the neighbor’s dog. It must be puppy love! It’s doubly embarrassing since she’s a professional dog trainer. Of course, the neighbor would have to be hot, hot nightclub owner bad boy Owen McKay, just the kind of man Callie is determined to avoid.
Owen’s comfortable with his playboy status and the hype in the media. But the ground moves beneath his feet when he gets an eyeful of the girl next door. The Dog Whisperer never looked this good! How can he convince this wholesome honey that his player days are behind him? Maybe Jill, his Great Dane can help him with this dilemma now that she’s pregnant and Callie’s dog is to blame.
Is this bad boy a bad bet?
Beware of dogs, romance and deep belly laughs!
Going to the Dogs is a romp through the urban jungle of New York City to find true love, the perfect cocktail, and expensive heels. Dog is a man’s best friend, but sometimes a woman just needs a hot man in the city. This series will appeal to a mature crowd, especially fans of Sex in The City.
Gain the inspiration to hope, no matter what the circumstance, from a deaf dog’s courage to overcome the challenges, prejudices, and death sentences plaguing deaf dogs. Hogan’s heartwarming story teaches us never to give up and reveals to everyone that choosing hope can make anything possible!
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Meet Connie Bombaci
Connie Bombaci, a retired educator, is an optimist and compassionate person whose Christian faith guides her to believe in the extreme goodness and immeasurable importance in all God’s creations. Her resolute love for animals began in childhood, rescuing both domestic and wild orphaned or abandoned animals. Her desire for others to believe in the value of themselves led her to become an educator where she worked fervently to increase young peoples’ confidence and belief in themselves no matter what challenges they faced. She offers hope where frustration and failure seem inevitable. While a teacher and assistant principal in the Haddam-Killingworth School District of Connecticut, she enjoyed working with young people, finding it especially fulfilling to help students who needed special encouragement. Her involvement with animals also developed from her desire to be helpful. She has enjoyed many pets, especially ones that have needed help, rescuing domestic and wild orphaned, injured, or abandoned animals Hogan’s is a story of success despite the odds. In her book Connie shares his story and the message that hope can be found in the kind and generous hearts of patient people.
A secret room. A secret stash. A secret hope. Nick likes secrets and he’s good at figuring out puzzles. He’s sure he’ll find a treasure soon, so Grandfather’s inn can stay open, and . . . maybe he and his family could live there too.
He discovers a box with historic old Notes and follows its clues to the cipher-symbols on an ancient sampler. He meets a wonderful coonhound who might become his pal. So far, so good! All he has to do now is explore those ruins in the woods with his new friend, Beckly—and dig out the treasure. But things get scary when the clues lead nowhere, and Mom can’t get well, and someone sets fire to a guest cabin.
Wait! What about the verse he read in one of the Notes: “What time I am afraid, I will trust in thee.” Trust God? How does that work, anyway? Maybe he’d better find out.
Over 20 years of training. Hundreds of success stories of owners finally being able to be the kind of leader their dogs NEED. 100% obedience, 100% of the time.
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If, when you train your dog, you want to establish the best possible relationship you can with your dog—to actually be able to understand and speak its language, it only makes sense that you likewise understand the man behind the SpeakDog training philosophy, and in a sense, begin that relationship, too—and in “How I Learned to SpeakDog”, that’s exactly what you’ll get.
Part memoir, part vital and important introduction to the “Seven Sacred Ways”, and to the baseline principles of SpeakDog, readers can expect an insightful, honest, entertaining and fun look into author/trainer Steve Lankfer’s life and the experiences that helped him form and perfect the SpeakDog philosophy.
As this easy to digest 128-page book progresses, readers will gradually begin to attach important meaning to phrases like, “Love~Leadership~Relationship”,”Time and Events”, “Migrating is Magic”, “Doorways are the Difference”, “What’s yours is Mine. Period”, and “neurological placement”, along with all the other invaluable concepts at the root of SpeakDog.
You’ll also gain access to free online video links, training tips, and other features of the expansive SpeakDog program, including the wildly successful online community Steve’s Dog Park.
Dogs will never understand Chinese, or German, or Spanish…or English. Or any other human language. Because of that fact, it’s our job to understand their language so we can be the leaders our dogs crave and need. You’ll be amazed at the response you’ll get from your dog and the satisfaction you’ll feel when you realize you’ve become not just your dog’s “best friend” but the leader your dog desperately needed.
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Hector Dumble thinks he’s dumb. When his dog Buster starts talking to him, Hector begins to think he’s crazy too.
Things become even stranger when Hector learns that his teacher Mr Weazel has a secret identity.
How will Hector handle having a dog that can talk and a teacher who wants to take over the world?
Find out in this shaggy dog story for kids aged 6 to 13.
As they were taking a short cut across the park, Buster suddenly stopped walking. “Come on, Buster,” said Hector. “Mom’s waiting for us.” But Buster just stood there and started making some funny noises. It wasn’t really a growl and it wasn’t really a bark. It was like a cross between the two. A ‘grark’. Then he coughed a bit and gave another grark. Hector looked at him curiously. “Buster, are you OK?” Buster looked at Hector, grarked again, and then he said, “Kay kay.” “Did you just say ‘kay kay’?” Hector asked. “Nuh nuh,” said Buster. “Missa me kay kay.” “Huh?” Hector thought that the noises Buster was making were pretty weird. “Missay me ko kay,” said Buster. “Buster, are you trying to talk?” Hector said. Buster cleared his throat again and said, “Me say me OK.” So, thought Hector, all this studying and homework has finally made me go crazy. Now I think my dog can talk. “OK, Buster, let’s go home. Mom will be worrying.” “Hokay Hector,” said Buster. Then he gave another grark, as if he were trying to clear his throat. “Me tawk funny.” “You sure do,” said Hector. “Come on.”
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