Hi Pups and Kitties! Now that Laska is home we can all rest easier, can't we? That had to be a rough few days for a dog, but I hope people were kind to him along the way.
Last week Mango's Mom recommended this book for us to read and we want to recommend it to anybody who loves dogs (anyone like that here?) It is wildly funny, and quite irreverent in places. But we loved it! Mostly our books come from our local library and this one was no exception.
One part of it made me think of The Thundering Herd when they were rolling in some grassy scent: The main character in the book can communicate with his dogs and one of them was in a grassy area and said " Best taste in the world,"he said, pushing his head into a pile of dead grass.When he emerged, he was chewing contentedly. "Unidentifiable chewy thing that's been aging in dirt. I'd offer you some, but I'm not wired for sharing."
This book was written by Merrill Markoe who was once a writer for David Letterman.
Cheers and hugs,