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A Dog Year: Twelve Months, Four Dogs, and Me Paperback – May 6, 2003
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And then he gets a call from a Border Collie breeder with a two-year-old emotionally damaged BC who needs to be rehomed. The breeder had read one of his books and knew that Mr. Katz was the perfect person for this dog. She actually pesters him until he agrees to take the dog. Then the terrorized dog is put on a plane as opposed to being quietly driven to it's new home. When it arrives at the airport it is spinning crazily in it's crate and yet Mr Katz opens the crate door and surprise, the dog escapes. Then ensues a chase of seemingly immense, and to the dog, terrorizing proportion. It is eventually captured and taken to Mr. Katz home where it begins it's training with Mr Katz yelling commands that the dog is incapable of following, and then having "throwing" chains and pooper scoopers thrown at it along with corporal punishment. Mr Katz finds that the best way to exercise this needy dog is put a fence between it and the road and encourage the dog to chase large vehicles.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The second Jon Katz book my husband and I read. We loved both books.Published 9 months ago by Mary G. from Stg.,CA
It was a charming book, not sentimental but realistic about a dog with emotional problems and a unique view on life! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Barbara N. Porter
Jon Katz is a great writer. I've enjoyed 3 of his books about dogs, especially Border Collies. This is a "Must Read" for herding dog owners and any dog lover. Read morePublished 14 months ago by MrBill
First book of Jon's I ever read and I've been hooked ever since!Published 18 months ago by Shari Russell
I am not much of a reader... rather, I love being outdoors in the thick of things... but I couldn't put this down! Read morePublished 18 months ago by Pati Hughes- Fudge
the book was okay. he's a great writer but sometimes it got a bit boring. if your a dog fan definitely read this bookPublished 20 months ago by Arianna's awesome ipad
Quirky author gives highlights on himself, his ownership / train'g of 2 border collies (Devon & Homer), as contrasted to his relatively serene relationship with 2 prior yellow Labs... Read morePublished 21 months ago by J.