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Mr. Darby, a 3 year-old Wire Fox Terrier Writes a Book
What happens when a seventysomething transpersonal therapist buys his first dog, who turns out to be an intuitive healer? Oh, and he also talks to his owner. You might think there'd be a whole lot of om-ing and aah-ing, right? You know, Mahatma Gandhi meets Buddha on the highway to heaven on earth. Think again. What ensured from the moment this Wire Fox Terrier got off the plane from Iowa was a war of wills and more than a mild case of manipulation. Let's eavesdrop:
"This is my house. You will eat when I tell you to eat."-- Il mio papa
"Stop poo-ing and pee-ing on my million dollar Persian rugs!"--Dada
"Get off your big butt and let's go for a longer walk." Mr. Darby
When his published Daddy and Mr. Darby began to read one another's mind, the dog told his keeper that he wanted to write a book, with one caveat: "Dada, you will write what I tell you or there will be no book!" Not only do humans get a rough ride from this terrier from a long line of champions, he roughs up his owner, whom he calls il mio papa, Il principe, Dada and Daddy and a few less flattering names.
This is not a creepy-crawly, lovey-dovey AKA-approved dog book. This is the world according to a canine who makes definite distinctions between a two-legged and a four-legged world. It will amaze you how wise he is and courageous, especially since he is dependent upon Dada to feed him, fill his water bowl and gives him enough of those delicious treats Mr. Darby craves.
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