A hilarious yet eye opening insight into our canine friends.
Do you ever wonder what your dog thinks, or what they talk about when they are together?
The author of this thoroughly entertaining book obviously loves dogs, and has given the subject much consideration, resulting in this hilarious, yet thought provoking book.
Every night six dogs meet under an old oak tree, and like humans, they discuss matters of great importance to them. But what do YOU think are important subjects to our canine friends and companions? Well, the answers are in this book, and not surprisingly, they are very similar to subjects we would discuss – although sometimes from a totally different perspective…
Of course, everyone wants to know where they come from, and dogs are the same, so evolution, how they became tame, or indeed who tamed who is debated, along with why different breeds of dogs evolved into their various shapes and have taken on diverse jobs.
Until you read enlightening book, very few humans can really appreciate how vital our canine friends are to us, and importantly they take their responsibilities. Through the writing of Nick da Costa we discover how they spend their lives looking after, and worrying about us, even if we don’t always see it that way.
A myriad of topics from social networking, to the Dog Star, walkies, playing, vets, Christmas, and of course the arch enemy c.a.t.s., make this book a fantastic addition to any dog lovers bookshelf.
About the Book: Every evening a group of Dogs meets under the old oak tree to discuss matters of importance.
Their GREAT ENTERPRISE to help The Owners is a regular subject.
Another, hardly surprising, is cats (please note the small ‘c’).
But topics as far-ranging as Advertising, Social Networking, Space Travel and Evolution all receive their unique canine insight.
Here, then, are the conversations of Whitman, Pippa, Anton, Butch, Malcolm and Obi.
It has been my privilege to write them down.
Available from Amazon in Hardcover https://www.amazon.co.uk/What-Dogs-Really-Talk-About/dp/1999732804/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1499249244&sr=1-1