My Dog’s a Good Date
Book explores the benefits of just enjoying the company of your dog on a date.
Posted: August 8, 2007, 5 a.m. EST
Need a little gift for the single dog lover in your life? Look no further.
“Why I’d Rather Date My Dog: Musings for Savvy Singles” by Nancy Furstinger is just the ticket. This entertaining little book (just 96 sparsely used pages) will surely make any friend smile.
In the chapter entitled The Canine Advantage, Furstinger points out: “Dogs never Google you before a first date,” “Dogs don’t gossip,” and “Dogs never snoop inside your wallet or medicine chest.” In addition, “If you’re late, your dog is more excited than ever to greet you. And your dog doesn’t expect you to call first to explain your tardiness.”
In Dogs Just Want to Have Fun, the author reminds singles that “Dogs do everything they can to charm and amuse you,” “Dogs joyfully express their affection anywhere and anytime,” and “Dogs don’t drag you to parties.”
Jamey Christoph’s illustrations show men and women in a variety of settings with their dogs, demonstrating that a single person’s dog truly is a fine companion.
“Why I’d Rather Date My Dog” is published by BowTie Press, a division of BowTie Inc., which also operates DogChannel.com.
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