David and Debbie became dog rescuers after Tara died of cancer, and they couldn't face replacing her right away. They volunteered at a shelter and were introduced to the terrible realities that face shelter dogs. Suddenly their house was filled with dogs who had no where else to go. Most of the dogs were big, and to hear David's version of the story, they all slobbered buckets full. The chapters in this book are themed, and he attributes the lessons he learned and the stories he tells to Tara.
As in every story David Rosenfelt tells, these are hysterical. You don't have to own dogs to appreciate the love and laughter they bring to most situations, and you certainly don't have to own a dog to thoroughly enjoy David's stories about them. The settings, mostly Maine with a bit of California sprinkled in, add to the description of a family that lives with over thirty dogs at any given moment.
Sit down with this book and laugh your cares away.
Publisher - St. Martin's Press
Date of Publication - July 21, 2015