All of Jon Katz’ books. Izzy & Lenore, A Dog’s Life,

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As noted in its foreword, this anthology is about New York dogs. Thus, readers expecting a more expansive view of the dog world ought not be surprised that its perspective stops somewhere between the Hudson and East Rivers. Nonetheless, The Big New Yorker Book of Dogs is a very handsome package and one that will surely find its spot on many a dog lover’s coffee table.
“This booklet saved my dog’s life and secured his place in my heart and home forever.” -Karen Vogt
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What’s it like to be a dog? This book covers the science of how dogs think and perceive the world and is accompanied by personal reflections on Horowitz’s own dog’s behaviour. Get to know the umwelt of the dog. Right on, Carole! A Dog’s Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron is a wonderful book. That was the book I was going to highly recommend for you, Gretchen.
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Photo provided by FlickrA Dog’s Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron is the best doggie book I’ve ever read. It had me balling like a baby.
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by Susan Cope-Becker

The first of its kind, and based on the author's firsthand experience of living with a deaf dog, her own Boston Terrier. Includes research on the topic of canine deafness, how-to's for training and communicating, plus collected personal experiences of deaf dog owners from all over the world. Contents: getting and keeping the deaf dog's attention, over 25 hand signs (some illustrated), training and safety tips, testing a dog for deafness at home, BAER testing/what, where and why, genetics of canine deafness, deaf dog myths (aggression and brain damage), stories about deaf dogs from their owners, resources for products, books, organizations, and an opportunity to assist in deaf dog research.The Culture Clash, Jean Donaldson. Award-winning book from the founder of the : “a revolutionary new way of understanding the relationship between humans and domestic dogs.by Dan Dye & Mark Beckloff

This is the story of Gracie, a deaf and partially blind mostly white Great Dane with a delicate constitution and penchant for small miracles. In the middle of a bitter Kansas City winter, Dan would save the loneliest pup in the litter, Gracie. And over the next ten years, Gracie would save Dan - helping him learn the meaning of happiness. Dan teaches himself how to cook (since Gracie has an anorexia-producing dislike for commercial dog food), and within three days is baking her the cookies that will transform their lives. If you like dogs, this is a good book. If you are privileged enough to live with a deaf dog, you will love it.Integrate reading and writing with these two fun Cats vs. Dogs books! Students love to share their opinions about which pet is best! Tons of ideas on the blog!May I Pet Your Dog by Stephanie Calmenson
Whether your child is afraid of dogs of loves them, is beautifully written book leads readers step-by-step on how to properly greet a dog. Using Harry the dachshund as a gentle guide, children see a variety of situations and learn how to meet dogs in a positive, welcoming way. In this book, twenty canine professionals from around the country will pass on the information you will need to make these years the best of your senior dog’s life.