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A Dog's World By Miriam Eberly
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This book A Dog's World is about a dog named Tigger. Trigger explains the value of a dog and humans relationship. Triger talks about non-sense his boy joey. My inspiration for writing this book is a... More > author named W. bruce cameron's book a dog's purpose. If you haven't read that book I highly suggest it< Less
Dog Health By Kelly Martin
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The best prescriptions for Dog health Dogs are an integral part of human society on every inhabited continent on Earth. They drive livestock and protect it; police property; scent and detect illicit... More > substances; haul sleds; retrieve game; guide the blind; search for and rescue the lost and injured; comfort the lonely; hear for the deaf; or simply add a sparkling natural reality to the lives of hundreds of millions of people throughout the world.< Less
Harold Is A Dog. By Harley Hay
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Harold is a dog, a very exceptional Canadian dog, decades from now. He has many best friends, animal and human, he loves to drive cars, time-travel, and take trips to the moon. Also, he loves to... More > tell stories. Harold is one of those rare and valuable genetically modified dogs that could make Big Al and Steady Eddy very rich. But they've never kidnapped a dog like Harold before. Until now.< Less
Doof Of The Dogs By Patrick Jordan
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Doof of the Dogs is volume 5 in the series Operator's Manual for the Hu-Man body. Doof of the Dogs should be considered a continuous narrative of about 3000 pages separated by the limits of printing... More > in concert with Hu-Man Beans, Same Pig Different Lipstick, Prion Agenda, and Continuum. Biological molecules that are the building blocks of Life are laid out in textbook fashion but not like any textbook that you have or will ever see. All mystery and occultation has been stripped away for that "I finally GET IT" moment to dawn on you. The main focus is on the laboratory-grade weapon called Candida yeast. The topic of Bile and how it rules the health of the body is covered with insights that ONLY can be had by my work and nowhere else. These books contain harsh, blasphemous language that is suitable for the condition that we find ourselves in of full-spectrum warfare in Hell, so there will be no apologies or sanitized versions of these books ever offered.< Less
Dog: Zero By Philip Enke
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A fuzzy superhero who can eat at the dining room table with his napkin tucked into his collar and carry on his part of the conversation using a computer and the eraser on a pencil. He is a hybrid: a... More > canine body with the brain of a human being. He rescues a little girl and they become friends for life, trying to stop one of the most nefarious criminal plots in Los Angeles. He is a 240 pound Newfoundland, black as the shadows of night, and one of many who trip over him in the shadows notes that he has "Zero" visibility. He liked the name and became: Dog:Zero< Less
Is Rex a Dog? By Kevin J. Lenard
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A growing collection of short stories offering a humorous, sometimes romantic view of how one man deals with women and life by trying to balance his human and canine instincts. I've been asked if... More > Rex a metaphor for the author. Rex isn’t a metaphor! Rex is a dog. Dog’s are simple. Many women think men are simple. Rex is anything but simple, however -- the "ex" in Rex is complex. Rex’s stories are a metaphor for our human tendency to label each other. I see that tendency as a natural inclination to reduce complexity, to simplify people, to simplify our view of the opposite sex, but men are so much more than dogs... What you think is actually going on at first, may not be what’s really going on. ;-p WOOF! NOTE: At the equivalent of only about 30 paperback pages, this is NOT yet a book, so I've set the price at the minimum. I'll only increase the price when the value proposition makes sense!< Less
Is Rex a Dog? By Kevin J. Lenard
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A growing collection of short stories offering a humorous, sometimes romantic view of how one man deals with women and life by trying to balance his human and canine instincts. I've been asked if... More > Rex a metaphor for the author. Rex isn’t a metaphor! Rex is a dog. Dog’s are simple. Many women think men are simple. Rex is anything but simple, however -- the "ex" in Rex is complex. Rex’s stories are a metaphor for our human tendency to label each other. I see that tendency as a natural inclination to reduce complexity, to simplify people, to simplify our view of the opposite sex, but men are so much more than dogs... What you think is actually going on at first, may not be what’s really going on. ;-p WOOF! NOTE: At the equivalent of only about 30 paperback pages, this is NOT yet a book, so I've set the price at the minimum. I'll only increase the price when the value proposition makes sense!< Less
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White Dog By Michael Sokoloff
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WHITE DOG is a homo-erotic crime thriller that's going to slam you up-against-the-wall. Enter the world of Mack Masters as he thumbs his nose at authority and puts the "fuck" back in... More > "fuck you". If that doesn't scare you, stick around as he becomes tangled in a web woven by powerful unknown forces. Will he be pulled down, or will he turn the tables on his pursuers? Sokoloff transports readers to a primal plane where the vicious but wholly human psychopath, Masters, makes perfect sense. Artfully written and threaded with challenging imagery, WHITE DOG savagely brings erotic fiction to a new level.< Less
Dogs and Society By Michael Hill & Mary Jo Deegan
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Humans and dogs have a long, wonderful, and sometimes problematic association. At a personal level, dogs have been integral to our lives, and our parents’ lives, for as long as the two of us... More > can remember. As sociologists, we also recognize that dogs are important at the macro level. Here, we introduce a selection of early sociological arguments about dogs and their social relationships with humankind by Harriet Martineau, Charles Darwin, Frances Power Cobbe, Roscoe Pound, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Annie Marion MacLean, and George Herbert Mead. This book is a smorgasbord of sociological standpoints, all written by some of sociology’s most perceptive practitioners, from 1865 to 1934. We are delighted with the opportunity to make these essays more widely available.< Less

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