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The Book of Barkley: Love and Life Through…

The Book of Barkley: Love and Life Through the Eyes of a Labrador…

by L. B. Johnson

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Love and Life indeed!

A poignant tale about Barkley, a Labrador Retriever. It's not just about the life of this dog, but how he affected those in his life. There is a deep connection between humans and dogs, and as all pet owners can attest, dogs are not just mere pets. The bond between pet and owner is not just filled with love, but sometimes frustration. The author writes "I could have gotten a cat. No, I'm not a cat person. I could have gotten a pet rock. Or a BMW." She was in her pajamas chasing down her dog. Barkley! Enjoyable story. ( )
  amyshan | May 2, 2015 |
For the love of dogs. This book came to me the week I too lost mt black lab after 16 years. You are never alone with the unconditional love of your dog. ( )
  nanaval | Mar 17, 2015 |
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