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The Barking Blondes Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The content on the side of the dogs was just a means to an end of their telling their own stories, and as such didn't appeal.
Perhaps if you've seen Jo & Anna in their other works (e.g. Sky 1 & BBC London) then this would be of more interest, unfortunately from our joint point of view it read as quite different from our perspective, perhaps this is a local thing, perhaps just our general disliike of the narrative, what ever it is two stars it is going to get from us.
Unless you're a die hard fan, avoid this one folks.
Why I loved this book so much was for one reason the girls let their dogs be number one in their lives but yet they were dogs lovers first and their friendship grew from those four legged friends which totally took over their lives in so many ways. This book proved to me soul mates come in all shapes and sizes and that includes those of the four legged variety!
This book for me as well as being a laugh out loud filled with many of their experiences through their time basing their work around dogs but also it was an education especially through reading about Anna and her many contraptions she was always testing on that very well trained pooch of hers.
Anna Webb and Jo Good have built their lives and their working relationship around their respective bitches, Matilda and Molly. This delightful, often hilarious book details how their dogs have enriched their existance, even helping to ease the sadness of a breakup with a bloke and the ups and downs of a longer lived human relationship.
As well as the Fido Float lifejacket, other wonderful innovations have been marketed to the discerning dog: Luxurious yet practical items such as the Suck Mutt (vacuums dog hairs from all surfaces and off of dogs too!), Mutt Muffs (to protect canine ears from unreasonable noise) and my personal favourite because it gave me the biggest laugh to read: No More Woofty From The Toofty (wait until you read it!)
It is touching to read how devoted Jo and Anna are to the wellbeing of their dogs, and how confused they often seem about their men! This is a beautifully written and surprisingly sweet account of dog-love at a truly new level!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really fun, light hearted book to read. Big fans of Anna and Jo! Perfect book for dog loversPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I'm not a fan. I will never be a fan. I gave it to my wife. She read it. She said it was absolute garbage and I trust her judgement when I feel mine may be skewed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paul
I ordered this hard cover book as a present for a friend who is keen on dogs as I thought she would appreciate a story about dog owners. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John Ferngrove
I bought this book in a bargain bookshop for £5 and looked forward to some fun reading. I ended up in reading a sad story about Jo and George, on the side a friend Anna, and then... Read morePublished 6 months ago by BSL
I love this book all about the lives of two woman who meet one day and have one thing in common they both own a dog. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Romreader
I must admit I was drawn to this book by its title and the cute doggies on the front cover. What is it they say about judging books by those…? Read morePublished 16 months ago by R. C. McGinlay
The story of two women and their much loved (and spolit!) dogs. I really enjoyed this book and being a dog lover (yes and spolier too) could relate to many of their tales (or... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Fiona
really enjoying this book, prefer biography to fiction though i suspect this book might be an amalgamation of both, surely some of the antics can't be true, but as I don't do... Read morePublished on 24 Aug. 2014 by E. Dale