97 Ways to Make Your Dog Smile

December 16, 2012 by  
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97 Ways to Make Your Dog Smile

  • Paperback, Dog book
  • funny dog book
  • train dog book
  • bonding with dog book

It really works! Lower Ear Noogies. The Thumper. Lazy Man’s Tetherball. Bobbing for Treats. The Hansel and Gretel: for an afternoon of fun, scamper about the house leaving a trail of plain popped popcorn in your wake.

97 Ways to Make a Dog Smile is a gift of pure pleasure for dogs and the owners who love them. Created by Jenny Langbehn, a veterinary nurse who really knows what makes dogs happy, it combines the creative gift of touch–unexpected ways to rub, massage, scratch, tickle, and knead–with imaginative play scenarios that are just loopy enough to ensure that your dog will be amused, whether he’s laughing with you or at you. And to heighten the pleasure of both reader and dog, adorable full-color photographs of smiling dogs accompany each entry. Just look at those dogs (you might say), what a tail-wagging, chop-licking, howling good time they’re having. And see if your dog doesn’t agree.

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3 Responses to “97 Ways to Make Your Dog Smile”
  1. Alan W. Petrucelli says:
    30 of 32 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    DOGGONE FUNNY WAYS TO HAVE FUN WITH FIDO, May 27, 2003
    By 
    Alan W. Petrucelli (THE ENTERTAINMENT REPORT (ALAN W. PETRUCELLI)) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: 97 Ways to Make Your Dog Smile (Paperback)

    Doggone it! The American Kennel Club says that the only dog “officially” capable of smiling is the Bearded Collie. Don’t tell Jenny Langbehn such a catty remark. In this teeny tome, she offers nearly 100 ways to make Doris and Alma smile … even if “smile” simply means to be happy. And, oh, what fun you and your four-legged friend will have! Some ways are simple: #1 offers “Lower-Ear Noogies,” in which your pooch is gentle massaged with your knuckles. Some are questionable, such as #54: “Bring Your Dog to Work Day.” Not a good idea if your boss is a cat person or your co-workers are … aaaaaalllerrgic! But most ways are simply fun … and funny. We especially love #32: “The Three Little Bears Routine,” in which Langbehn suggests you let your dog find you curled up in her bed! Pat Doyle’s photos are simply the cat’s meow (there are even model bios!), though we wish there were more shots of the greatest dog in the world, the Great Dane. And a harlequin at that. Four paws up!

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  2. "michi14455" says:
    22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    GONE SMILING, April 22, 2003
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    “michi14455” (New York, New York United States) –

    This review is from: 97 Ways to Make Your Dog Smile (Paperback)

    I absolutely love this book. The photos are sensational,
    featuring the most adorable,(really) smiling dogs.
    What a wonderful book to amuse and enlighten any
    “dog person’s” life and home!

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  3. Christophe Desmaison says:
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fabulous book!, April 20, 2003
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    Christophe Desmaison (New York, NY) –

    This review is from: 97 Ways to Make Your Dog Smile (Paperback)

    This is such a cute book! I bought it because I also have a jack russell terrier, like the one on the cover. I opened it to discover the most adorable tricks to use on my dog. I have already tried several and they all work! Buy it today and you’ll have the most fun ever with your own dog.

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