When Suzanne McCourt’s beloved old dog became frail and needy, she caught a glimmer of her own demise. Would she age so bravely? With such love and trust and dignity?
This wise and wonderful little book will resonate with anyone who’s ever loved and lost a dog. It deals with all the big dogly/human issues, including:
Keeping up appearances
Loyalty, love and forebearance
How to nose groins with impunity
Cyclists in Lycra and their tight round bottoms
Zen and the importance of sleeping with open eyes
Droopy jowls and the current vogue for makeovers of every kind
The big ‘E’ word (Euthenasia) and the big question: To be or not to be?
With superb photography by Peter Derrett OAM, this book will make you laugh and cry. It’s a tribute to every funny, lumpy, grumpy, devoted old dog you’ve ever known. And the perfect gift for dog lovers all over the world.