Anyone who has ever loved a dog will enjoy Taking the Biscuit. Dog owners and anyone considering getting a dog will need this book. If more people act responsibly around animals, then there won’t be a need for dog wardens and fewer dogs will end up in shelters, relying on charity and waiting for someone lovely to come along and rescue them. Donations from sales go to aid animal rescue.
“There are no books that I can find that roll up a full year’s worth of living with a dog. All the training books we read seemed to neglect the fact that the key ingredients to a happy co-existence between humans and canines are time, patience and lots of love. Dogs end up in shelters because people don’t understand the cost or commitment needed. I adore my dog and wish all animals could live in a world of kindness and respect,” says Helen.
“Fizz explains the futility of attempting to impose human capitalist values on a puppy who frankly, couldn’t care less about the difference between Prada and a plantpot!” Dogs Monthly
The monotony of a desk job for over 35 years drove Fizzbomb Biscuit-Birkett’
PUBLICATION DATE 1st December 2013
eISBN: 9781783068418 Price: £4.99