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I'm not the biggest bitch in this relationship : hilarious, heartwarming tales about man's best friend from America's favorite humorists

Author: Wade Rouse
Publisher: New York : New American Library, 2011.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Critically acclaimed memoirist Wade Rouse has gathered some of America's best known humorists- authors, comedians, and actors-to offer biting commentary on what it means to share a life, and a heart, with a dog. From battling for bed space to trying to transform a pampered NYC pup into a Texas rawhide, and from helping a shelter rescue navigate through her new life to interpreting dog run dynamics (and politics),  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Anecdotes
Biography
Humor
Biography Anecdotes
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Wade Rouse
ISBN: 9781101541227 1101541229 9781101544105 1101544104
OCLC Number: 748370888
Description: 1 online resource
Responsibility: edited by Wade Rouse ; foreword by Chelsea Handler's dog, Chunk.

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Critically acclaimed memoirist Wade Rouse has gathered some of America's best known humorists- authors, comedians, and actors-to offer biting commentary on what it means to share a life, and a heart, with a dog. From battling for bed space to trying to transform a pampered NYC pup into a Texas rawhide, and from helping a shelter rescue navigate through her new life to interpreting dog run dynamics (and politics), being a canine companion has challenges as tough as any agility course, but laughter is just a tail-wag away. This collection features uncanny insight and witty prose from...

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