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K-10 is a stray dog currently serving time in an animal shelter. Named K-10 by his mother, who believes him to be a step above other canines (or K-9), this snarky mutt is voiced by narrator William Dufris with the cocky attitude of a hero in an adventure film. The truth is, K-10 is ready to settle down, but his distrust of humans makes it difficult to find a good home. When K-10 busts out of the shelter with his friends Pearl and Peppy, the three embark on a series of misadventures that 2010 Audies finalist and one of AudioFile magazine's Best Voices in 2008 and 2009 Dufris spins with verve and excitement. Listeners will definitely want to join in the fun.

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"I'm a free and independent dog!" That's how K-10 likes to think of himself. But life on the road can get lonely, and as K-10's travels bring him into contact with a range of dogs, he begins to wonder if being a wanderer really is the best life for a dog.

Filled with great canine characters, this novel is both laugh-out-loud funny and deeply touching.

©2008 Mary Jane Auch; (P)2009 Full Cast Audio

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My 7 year old enjoyed this one over and over.

What did you love best about A Dog on His Own?

A great adventure with plenty of lessons learned along the way. My son and I both enjoyed it and then he listened to it several more times.