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Good Dog. Stay. is a short book of sentimental reflections about the relationships between dogs and their human families and how families face the inevitable end-of-life decisions... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Book Club Mom
I loved this book and found it incredibly touching. A must read for all mans best friend owners who are forced to say goodbye. Read morePublished 4 months ago by selective reader
A eulogy for a beloved dog and a wise essay on life. I found some of the reviews that focused on the cost, the length, the number of photos (too many or not enough) appropriate dog... Read morePublished 5 months ago by newfiecolleen
What a disappointment! Took me 20 minutes to read this essay! This item should be priced accordingly. I unfortunately paid $9.99.Published 5 months ago by Heather Hensley
I loved every second of this book; especially being a lab lover myself! My dog Misha looked like your black lab on the cover; which drew my attention to your story!Published 8 months ago by Michelle Audino
I enjoyed reading "Good Dog. Stay". I am a fan of Anna Quindlen and appreciate her style of writing. She is very talented and is able to touch the human soul. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mama Cass Elliot
Awesome book,easy to read just finish,ed it by the pool in an afternoon. Love good dogs books and is one fits the bill.Published 10 months ago by annie
A heart warming short story that brings tears to your eyes. Wonderful insight into the relationship between a dog and his human family.Published 10 months ago by Deborah Teuteberg
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|is this for dog-lovers only?||
This primarily an antidote for people who have a dog that is failing and aabout to be put down as they say. My daughter keeps putting off this event with one of her old dogss, so I am hoping she will take the step the way Quindlen does when I give her this book forChristmas. It is the perfect... Read More
Dec 17, 2007 by Virginia E. Selanik | See all 4 posts