The follow-up book to the bestselling 'One Hundred Ways For A Dog To Train Its Human', this is the guide for all dogs who like to take a humorous look at the great outdoors!
Excerpts from the book:
On those wet, windy, wintry walks when you're as dirty and as slimy as you can get, don't slip and slide frenetically as you try to clamber over a stile. Let your human sweep you up into their arms and gently carry you over, whilst you watch the remnants of that cow pat transfer from your coat to theirs.
Responsible humans like to know where you are at all times. Be considerate and tell them where you've been too, by leaving a trail of muddy footprints across all floor surfaces. It's only since humans have domesticated dogs, that you've had to be clean. Go ancestral. Get dirty!
:No dog-lover should be without this book and if you're thinking of getting a dog, then you may be put off for life. Simon Whaley has our canine friends sussed, so forget the books by professional behaviourists, between 100 Ways For A Dog To Train Its Human and 100 Muddy Paws For Thought, the author has left no stone unturned to expose what calculating, conniving creatures populate the dog world.
Verdict: Brilliant! Loved It"
This book has a chuckle or a smile on every page. You don't have to own a dog to enjoy this book. Just watch everyone else with a dog when you have read it and you know it's true.
I am a sucker for dog books....and 'One hundred paws for thought' is so much fun...a fantastically funny reference book. A smile on every page indeed.
My tip of the day... read this along with '100 Ways For A Dog To Train Its Human' then read 'Marley and Me' or/and 'Shakespeare My Butt!' ...both funny dog tales in their own right...but oh so much more to them when you see what Marley and Barney are thinking!
About the Author
Simon Whaley is a free-lance writer. He has written numerous articles, many of which have appeared in national magazines such as In Britain, Trail, Dogs Monthly, Water Gardener, The Lady, Hotel, On Foot, Practical Camper & Backpacker, Cumbria & Lake District Magazine and Walking Wales. Regional magazines include Surrey County, Norfolk Journal, Yorkshire Journal and Suffolk Life. He is a regular contributor to Country Walking magazine.