They can make a grown man coo baby talk in public and a strong woman weep like a little schoolgirl. They seldom perform any practical function in our modern, mechanized society, yet people are willing to spend more on vet bills than on their kids college tuition. They pee on our carpets, shred our living room furniture, and poop on our sidewalks, yet we love these critters more than we love life itself. Why do little beasts have such control over us simple human beings? That is the question dog nut Roger Welsch explores in A Life With Dogs. Ultimately Welsch concludes that there is no answer as to why we shower so much affection on our dogs.
- Physical Description: 6.1"x8.8"x1.1"; 304 pages; 1.2 lb
- Edition Info: Hardcover; 2004-09
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