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A Dog Named Boo: How One Dog and One Woman Rescued Each Other--and the Lives They Transformed Along the Way Hardcover – September 18, 2012
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Lisa and Boo were meant to find each other. Watching Lisa grow in a new way and become more confident and strong in who she is, letting go of the past, and grasping what Boo could do as a therapy dog is such a blessing not only to Lisa, but to all those Boo has helped along the way. I cried, laughed, easily related to Lisa, and found myself having an even deeper understanding of the profound bond animals can have with us.
It was beneficial to me to hear from a dog trainer's point of view the different aspects of training your dog for therapy dog work. And how refreshing it was to watch as Lisa learned to focus on Boo's good things, instead of her planned agenda for what she thought he should do. This opened avenues and opportunities that would have never been. Boo and Lisa are a blessing and I'm so glad Lisa shared her story in this sweet and compassionate book.
Worse yet, it is repetitive. Every anecdote is told and retold over and over again. There are perhaps 5 total.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A Dog Named Boo 3 12 2016
I picked up this book on disc from a thrift store. We listened to it on an exceptionally long car trip. Read more
This is a good book. Stayed up most of the night to finish it!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Amazing story that gave me insight and a different perspective regarding the differences of my current animals. Enjoyable read that was difficult to put downPublished 4 months ago by Marbeau mom
utterly tedious book. Author is totally self obsessed and simply uses the dogs in her life to project her various ailments and problems onto the poor reader. Read morePublished 6 months ago by DJS
I enjoyed it very much, I bought the CD's they are presently making their rounds.Published 6 months ago by Peggy Kaplan
A wonderful read that will let you laugh and cry, and wish you could have had a chance to meet Boo yourself. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Stacey