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The Housekeeper's Dog by Jerry Smath
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The Housekeeper's Dog

by Jerry Smath

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Genre: Dogs don't really talk in real life and, therefore, this book would best be categorized as fantasy. The author uses his imagination to create a believable world were normal dogs go off to school and comeback acting proper and talking. ( )
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A dog who likes to roll, scratch, and play with bones is quite a different dog after attending Madame de Poochio's School for Dogs.

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