Gift Idea for Dog Lovers!

I know there are some people that, like me, don’t start thinking about Christmas until we are into December, but I also know that so many more people do in fact start planning at this time of year… as evidenced by the marketing machine which is now churning out Christmas ideas!

However, having said that, I am making an exception this year and totally blaming it on every one of my new Blog Followers, and those of you who are in my general age range (you know who you are!). My new Blog Followers are targeted because this might be news to them, and you “more life experienced” Followers because you have probably forgotten!

This is my pre-Christmas message (imagine jingling of little bells in the background)!

If you are a dog lover, or have a dog lover or two on your Christmas list, then your Christmas plans must include a book (or books) about a naive Englishman, who had never owned a dog before, but who was adopted by 75lbs of German Shepherd/Rottweiler with a very bad attitude.

The book is a true story and covers our (I am the naive Englishman) celebrations and heartaches as we adjusted to living with each other however, while the book covers a roller coaster of emotions, both Ray and I survived to tell our stories. Unlike many dog books, my hero did not die towards the end and is obviously (from this Blog) very much still alive today!

“Who Said I was up for Adoption?” can be ordered through any major book retailer world-wide, or can be ordered on-line from Amazon, GoodReads etc., and is available in eBook, Paperback and Hard Cover formats.

Book cover pic on right of screen (may need to scroll down) contains a link to more information.

They you are! A little bit of forward planning and you already have some gift issues resolved!

ps. This is a “not for profit” venture as all net profits from book sales are going to the Humane Society that rescued our beloved Ray, and worked on him for 4 months in order to make him an adoption possibility!

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