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Dog in a Box

The Story of Free vs. Crated Champ
Narrated by: Emma Lincoln
Length: 3 hrs and 6 mins
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The hour by hour story of what a dog really does when he is home alone - how he thinks, feels and changes spending his day free in his home vs. those same hours locked in a crate. Experience one life-changing day from the perspective of easy-to-love Champ, an eight month old German shepherd who is sometimes silly, sometimes regal, but always goodhearted and always a hero to seven year old Aiden and six year old Cody.

Young Champ may not look quite like a superhero in his roles of: dancer on living room stages, birdwatcher, Mom's stress therapist, Dad's business advisor, self-appointed chairman of the neighborhood watch and caretaker-in-training for his family, yet listeners will share each moment of his unclouded joy. They will also experience the darker side of hour by hour confinement seen from the dog's perspective in this first-of-its-kind audiobook.

©2012 Ray & Emma Lincoln (P)2013 Ray & Emma Lincoln

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Super sad but also great reading.

I have never believed in crating my dogs. This book just proves why I don't. I feel super sad about the crated dog and how naïve the owners are to their crated dog's misery. I really hope this book gets out more, to information those naïve pet owners that animals do have feelings and do require your time. The stupid laptop story pissed me off but I pushed through it. The crated dog broke my heart.