And Dog Star Daily hearts me — or at least my book — back.
Co-created by the renowned Dr. Ian Dunbar and Kelly Gorman Dunbar, the site is home to some of the world’s top dog training and behavior experts, including Dr. Nicholas Dodman, Patricia McConnell, and Suzanne Clothier, as well as such up-and-comers (and, okay, Twitter pals) Eric Goebelbecker (@DogSpelledFwd; www.dogspelledforward.com), Nicole S. Silvers (@SilverSkyk9; http://silverskyk9.com) and Erica Young (@WorkThatDog).
So imagine my delight to find the following in the February 2010 Monthly Woof newsletter:
Edie Jarolim’s new book, “Am I Boring My Dog” addresses all sorts of questions about choosing and living with a dog. But this is no ordinary dry, informational dog book. The humorous and conversational tone makes this the most palatable dog book in ages. It’s an excellent book. I’ve never seen anything quite like it. “Am I Boring My Dog” is extremely thorough and covers an interesting and unique array of questions that pop up when one gets a dog for the first time. Questions I’ve never seen addressed anywhere else. This book is a must-have resource for anyone contemplating getting a dog, all first-time dog owners, dog professions, and every dog-lover in general; really it’s a book for anyone who wants to do the very best for their dog.
Read the rest of the review and newsletter here.
And yes, I saved this post for Valentine’s Day. What better occasion for a love fest?
Speaking of which, since you’re already here, why not take my Valentine’s Day poll?