Listen to the story of what a 91-year-old management guru learned about management from an unlikely source: his dog. When 91-year-old legendary management guru Martin Levin decided to adopt a dog by the name of Angel, he thought he was in for an interesting experience, yet not a challenging one. It didn't take long for him to learn that he was wrong. Very wrong. Following one of the guiding mantras of his life to never stop learning, Levin found that each day with his dog brought new insights.
Amy Morford understands dogs in the same way that Bill Gates understands computers. She's trained them for more than twenty years and can help you train yours. Morford understands that training an owner is as important as training the dog because good dog parents raise good dogs that listen, obey and live well-adjusted happy and healthy lives. Bad dogs go to heaven too, but good dogs have an especially good time living well-mannered lives here on earth!
In a short essay intended to provoke rational discussion, Richard Porter & Spot The Dog set down their thoughts about Electing a Pope. The Catholic World must read this urgent piece of writing. There are a few subjects in the Catholic World today that lend itself to raw emotion. This is where Richard and Spot shine the most. This short book deals with our culture now, and the changes that are soon to be upon us.
"inane and stupid"
When Dave Heyhoe was sent to Afghanistan to help detect the Taliban's murderous roadside bombs, he knew he'd need a special dog by his side. Luckily for him, his closest pal, Treo, a staggeringly brave ball of energy and mischief was with him every step of the way. The two friends had a miraculous understanding that helped them save countless lives but, as they embarked on a roller-coaster emotional ride, Dave realized he needed Treo more than he could ever have imagined.