My Hilarious, Heroic, Human Dog: 101 Tales of Canine Companionship – Book Review

Published Date: September 7, 2021

Pages: 368

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

My aunt purchased this book for me as a birthday present just two short months following the death of my beloved dog, Ozzy. My husband wisely said that I should probably wait a little while before I attempted to read this. So, I waited until around June/July before I took it to work as a lunch book.

It was the perfect lunch book in the fact that, the essays are only a couple of pages long. You could gobble 4-5 essays easily while taking a break.

Some stories are fun and quirky. Others bring a tear to your eye and get you all choked up when you’re supposed to go back out and deal with the public shortly. All of them remind you about why dogs are so awesome.

I would definitely recommend this one to dog lovers.

7 thoughts on “My Hilarious, Heroic, Human Dog: 101 Tales of Canine Companionship – Book Review

  1. I used to love the Chicken Soup books. It just felt like you were hanging with your homies in whatever Chicken Soup for the [insert category] Soul.

    Categories included Adopted, Father & Son, Teens Talkin’ Faith, Coffee Lover’s, Women Golfer’s, etc. Yes, those are all real categories! LOL.

    I loved the ones that were about embarrassing shit people did while dating. It was like reading that gossipy part of Seventeen Magazine, which was pretty much the only part I wanted to read (“This cute boy loaned me his beach towel, and then I got my period all over it! I should have died!”)

    1. I just couldn’t believe that they were still making the Chicken Soup books! I read some other animal related ones back in the day. I never thought they would make it this far into the future. Lol.
      The embarrassing shit one sounds absolutely hilarious.

  2. Thanks for the recommendation. You cannot beat laughter to make you feel better and dogs certainly make you laugh. Mine so much I turned his stories into a blog then book. Love em to bits.

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