Tales for the Tail End of the Day-Bedtime Stories 4 Humans and Their Dogs-Spring Edition
These are not children's fairytales. They are short stories for Spring about stuff that you should share with your dog. Okay, so they might not exactly understand the words but your dog relaxes when you pet her or talk to her and, oh, by the way, so do you.
Just ask the internet about how your dog actually brings down your blood pressure and makes you a healthier human.
So laugh, reflect, and read for a few minutes a week with a story written by a dog-lover for other dog lovers and their dogs.
There are a season's worth of stories.
Sounds like a calm way to enjoy some time with your pupper.
Table of Contents
True Love by Marianne Reese
Good Night Puppy by Jo Burr
It All Went Swimmingly by Katie Hagen
Mystery of the Blood Red Flower by Delilah Journey
Forest Adventure by Michaela Fisher
Throw. Return. Shake. Repeat by Erika Manley