To all you pet owners out there, I have a book for you that just might be worth your attention. This book is Tricia McDonald’s Life With Sally: Little White Dog Tails.
Before I get to the review, I would like to be very honest with all of you. Unfortunately, I am not a dog person. My family’s history with dogs was ended in 1990. It happened when Bo, our German Shepard got involved in a horrible incident with a neighbor kid. Bo was provoked, which was the reason for his animosity. Sadly, he was put to sleep shortly after.
Now, I may not be a dog person. But I’m definitely a Sally person. Why, you ask?
Sally is not your typical dog. She is a silly miniature bull terrier with doggy OCD. She has a fascination with lawn rakes and toads, enjoys eating June bugs and runs in circles whenever she is happy. She’s definitely a dog that is full of surprises, and has won my heart over.
The book is laid out in a series of little white tales, which tells us a little more about Sally. Whether Sally is getting a doggy massage, having ice cream, painting a picture or having fun with the garden hose, the mini-adventures are fun to read about, and kept the pages turning.
The tales are based off of the Life With Sally column, which is published monthly in Cats and Dogs magazine. Published in 2009, it is a book that every dog owner must have. While I don’t have a dog myself (I have one cat named Tigger), I still liked reading about the little white wonder. As a pet owner, I can definitely relate to loving and caring for a pet. Whether it’s feeding the pet or giving it attention, it is a labor of love. A labor that’s well worth it.
As Tricia has expressed in her book, she has become a Sally person. She is not alone. After reading this book, I have become a Sally person myself, and I’m sure that you will be too when get the chance to read this. Just click on the book above, buy it and let Sally capture your heart. I give Life With Sally: Little White Dog Tails a 4 out of 5.