Off the Leash: The Secret Life of Dogs

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This is a toy that turned more than a few heads this summer - one of the best "walking" toy dogs we've ever encountered. Like a real dog, he can be played with on-leash or off, but this one can speak - firing off 10 different phrases from the movie, complete with the voice of Louis C.K. The Secret Life of Pets Walking Talking Figures (Spin Master): We have a couple of these here at HQ, with Max and his rival Snowball embarking on the occasional adventure. Powered by AAA batteries, these guys can move around, and recite phrases from the film - and they're affordable, priced at under $10 at most retailers. Gidget and Mel are also available.
Off the Leash: The Secret Life of Dogs by Rupert Fawcett ..
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Now the work of Rupert Fawcett has been collected in a new volume. Off the Leash: The Secret Life of Dogs is set for mid-October publication…but five lucky DogTipper readers will have the chance to win a copy of the pre-publication paperback edition for an early peek at this hound humor. If you need to put a smile in your day (and don’t we all?), we highly recommend this volume of cartoons that also makes a great gift for a fellow dog lover! Books similar to Off the Leash: The Secret Life of Dogs - Goodreads
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In OFF THE LEASH: THE SECRET LIFE OF DOGS, Rupert Fawcett reveals the secret lives of our four-legged family members: their thoughts and conversations, habits and routines, and daily activities. Fawcett chronicles how dogs interact with each other in all sorts of situations and settings: dating, couples therapy, rehab, puppy school, the bar scene, around the house, the outdoors, in special groups and secret meetings, and even game shows! I wonder if Fawcett had to go undercover, maybe disguised as a tree or extremely large dog, to observe all this clandestine activity. Fawcett also shares what dogs are really thinking when their owners talk to and interact with them in settings like the outdoors, on the couch, in bed, or in the kitchen.