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The Dog Diet, A Memoir: What My Dog Taught Me About Shedding Pounds, Licking Stress and Getting a New Leash on Life Hardcover – April 11, 2006
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Now, as soon as I buy my salad veggies, I clean them, chop or remove whatever leaves I need to, and put them in the salad boxes with a paper towel on top...and turn the box upside down (to let the extra moisture go into the paper towel).
Since I eat salads (with sprouts) every day, this has really helped me save time. Also, I find that I am throwing out less wilted lettuce and spinach or other salad veggies. So I am not wasting food and I am saving money.
This sweet book also shows how important animals can be in our lives...and that instead of complaining about having to clean up after them or take care of them...to realize...amoung other things...that you are burning more calories taking care of your pets...ha!
Thanks Patti for your inspiring book.
I am not an avid reader but couldn't seem to put this book down. It is a very enjoyable read. I found myself smiling and laughing while reading it. All of the situations that Patti discusses have happened to pet owners at one time or another. In this case, she has put those funny things in writing. Some of the situations will having you saying to yourself "all you need to do is". Patti and Sadie find their way and grow closer everyday through their journey.
When I reached the end of the book I was disappointed knowing that I would have to wait for a while before Patti releases another book. Enjoy everyday you live. Don't let the multitasking world we live in prevent you from seeing the beauty around you. As she says "lighten up". If you are a pet owner, your pet will enjoy the company and exercise. If you are not a pet owner and are thinking about owning one, visit the shelter and save a dogs life. He or she will be forever grateful to you once they have trained you properly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a wonderful book. I've bought several of them for my friends and family.Published 15 months ago by Betty L. Lilly
This has got to be the best book ever written concerning the relationship between humans and the changes animals can have on our lives and habits. This is a jewel.Published on August 26, 2013 by Denise Y.
This is one of the best books I've read recently. It has you rolling in the floor laughing and might even bring a tear as you connect with the writer and Sadie. Read morePublished on January 24, 2007 by Norma G. Foster
If you liked John Grogan's "Marley and Me" about a man, his family and their 'bad' but lovable dog, there's a good chance you'll enjoy this book. Read morePublished on January 23, 2007 by J. Manly
Reviewed by Kim Peterson for Reader Views (9/06)
Anyone who has ever dieted can relate to this book. Anyone who has ever owned a dog also can relate to this book. Read more
I loved this book not only because I have a dog and could truly relate to the early puppy days but also the fact that I've done all those crazy diets. Read morePublished on July 4, 2006 by NYSweetMom
I really enjoyed this book!! Many parts made me laugh out loud so much my husband wanted to know what I was reading. Read morePublished on July 3, 2006 by Sandra K. Means