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Happy Dog: How Busy Owners Care for Their Dogs Paperback – 13 Aug 2003

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Are you guilt-ridden each morning you bid bye-bye to your dog and head off to work or school? Read the first page
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
For busy people who love their dogs 10 Nov. 2003
By Andrea Hill - Published on
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I bought this book right before I started a full time job. It provided useful advice on how to care for my dog and still have a life of my own. I loved this book!
6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Nothing I Didn't Already Know 20 Feb. 2005
By Slacking off - Published on
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This book was not all that helpful to me. I needed some ideas to balance my busy life/job with my new dog. It is a nice looking book with some cute dog pictures. It provides some basic information for how to care for a dog, not really geared towards busy people.
5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Dissapointed 18 Feb. 2005
By Claire - Published on
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This book was a dissapointment. If you have never owned a dog, it might be ok. I was expecting a little more on training. There wasn't even a section that really went into any detail on housetraining.
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