Real Dogs Don't Whisper: Life Lessons from a Larger Than Life Dog - And His Owner!

Real Dogs Don t Whisper Life Lessons from a Larger Than Life Dog And His Owner Do you believe in second chances Real Dogs Don t Whisper book is about second chances and miracles Special needs dogs teach their human about life and how to believe and live in the moment Award winni

  • Title: Real Dogs Don't Whisper: Life Lessons from a Larger Than Life Dog - And His Owner!
  • Author: KellyPreston Jerry Payne Heather Martin Amy Burkhart Mr. MaGoo
  • ISBN: 9781467998857
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • Do you believe in second chances Real Dogs Don t Whisper book is about second chances and miracles Special needs dogs teach their human about life and how to believe and live in the moment Award winning, Real Dogs Don t Whisper is than a book about dogs it s a book about life Named Winner for the 2013 National Indie Excellence Awards, Alex Carroll Radio PublicitDo you believe in second chances Real Dogs Don t Whisper book is about second chances and miracles Special needs dogs teach their human about life and how to believe and live in the moment Award winning, Real Dogs Don t Whisper is than a book about dogs it s a book about life Named Winner for the 2013 National Indie Excellence Awards, Alex Carroll Radio Publicity Sponsor s Choice 2013 Silver Award Winner in Readers Favorite Non Fiction, Animals Pets category 2013 Finalist in Readers Favorite Awards, Animals Pets category 2013 Finalist in the National Indie Excellence Awards, Animals Pets category 2013 Finalist in the Animals Pets Narrative Non Fiction category by International Book Awards Real Dogs Don t Whisper is about rescue dogs that were ready to be given up on because they have special needs It is about how these special four taught their human, Kelly, about life Real Dogs Don t Whisper Life Lessons from a Larger than Life Dog and his Owner , is the true story of a remarkable family as told in a unique way by both Kelly Preston, the owner of the household, and her spunky, hilarious, nine year old Lhasa Apso, Mr MaGoo Kelly, Mr MaGoo, Buffy, Carla Mae, and Betty Boop A girl, her two Lhasa Apsos, one Cocker Spaniel, and one adorable mutt each with their own challenging set of difficulties to overcome One puppy has serious neurological disorders Two were severely abused All are on a journey of discovery Together, learning love and patience along the way, they have grown and thrived And perhaps none so much as the girl Perfect for 8 years old and up both young readers to adults will enjoy this book and the message within.

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    1. This is a wonderful book. You don’t have to be a dog lover to enjoy this book. I grew up on a farm much like the author did. We raised pigs. We rented out our fields to neighboring farmers. We always had 1-2 dogs and loads of cats. I was the cat lover in the family and everyone else the dog lovers. We took in dogs that were dropped off in the country and found their way to our house, or dogs that were given to us because someone had abused them and they needed a good home. I could identify wit [...]

    2. Real Dogs Don’t Whisper: Life Lessons from a Larger than Life Dog! (and his Owner), is the true story of a remarkable family as told in a unique way by both Kelly Preston, the owner of the household, and her spunky, hilarious, nine-year old Lhasa Apso, Mr. MaGoo. “Having these dogs taught (Kelly) so much… the obstacles they have overcome.” Kelly, Mr. MaGoo, Buffy, Carla Mae, and Betty Boop. A girl, her two Lhasa Apsos, one Cocker Spaniel, and one adorable mutt – each with their own cha [...]

    3. Kelly Preston's "Real Dogs Don't Whisper" is funny, heartfelt, and a good summer read. As a dog owner and dog lover myself, I particularly liked Preston's interpretation of her Lhasa Apso, Mr. MaGoo's, take on life around him. Preston tells the story from both her point of view and that of Mr. MaGoo, which made for a very enjoyable read. Here is an example of how the author develops MaGoo's character and lets his personality shine:"The Truth: All dogs are not alike. Some of us are born to lead w [...]

    4. This book was reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite.“Real Dogs Don’t Whisper” by Kelly Preston is a heart-warming, amazing, love-filled and heart breaking tale that every dog lover should read. But be warned: you WILL shed tears along with the laughter. Kelly begins with a brief biography of her childhood, moving quickly to the day she walked past a pet store and saw a cute little Lhasa Apso puppy in the window, its tail just wagging away. All night she thought about that puppy, an [...]

    5. What can I say--this is a sweet, wonderful book about dogs (and co-written by one!). I have no choice but to give this a rating of a five! It deserves it and more! It is humorous while still heart-wrenching at times. I was surprised to find myself crying over a book about dogs, but the book was so emotional at times. I am one who does not believe in treating animals like children, but Kelly Preston is in a unique position. She can't have children, and she has devoted her life to the care of thes [...]

    6. What compassion and beautiful Heart Kelly Preston has. This story will make you both laugh and cry. It is such a heart warming, page turning read.We have Mr MaGoohe is the delightful co-author. He does seem to have a big focus on more treats. He tells it like it is about the other members of his Canine family.Mr MaGoo came into Kelly's family as her one doggy "love" crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. Soon MaGoo is followed by Betty Boop and Buffy, and then Carla May. Some of the problems both medi [...]

    7. Preston manages to tell a heartbreaking story of rescue dogs with humor and levity, while providing the reader with a deeper understanding of the challenges of owning high-need pets. Mr. MaGoo (the dog and co-writer) is a hoot! I wouldn't mind reading a book just by him.

    8. Irritating!I,m sorry, I could just not get along with this book at all. The concept of being half written by a dog is fine, but having every few paragraphs interrupted by "woof, get off Sparky" and the like drove me crazy. I just found the whole thing a bit sill and pathetic. So much so, that I actually closed the book and marked it as read ( ereader) after about 4 chapters. I love true life stories, and I,m a true animal lover with 3 rescued ones myself, but this book just didnt hit the spot.

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