Living for Damn Near Ever with the #%@&*! Dog

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A humorous rant about family life with a dog I desperately didn't want that refused to die on time. More
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About Stuart Cohen

Author of The Seventh System: Harnessing the Power of Your Emotional System and 3 books about photography. Yale graduate, lifelong student of human behavior and motivation, expert on emotions, continuing learner, writer, professional photographer for 25 yrs, arts lover, former head of a symphony orchestra, father and husband.

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Review by: Stephen Morris on Dec. 1, 2014 :
I started this and couldn't stop. The author brings the right amount of sarcasm and sharp observation to a very familiar subject that no one feels neutral about. Stuart Cohen puts the "cur" in curmudgeon. Highly recommended.
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Review by: beverly clark on March 6, 2013 : (no rating)
i too laughed out loud... i am a long time dog lover but never was the respomsible caretaker which is perhaps why i was such a devotee -- i could relate to every one of 'wife's comments.

a wonderful read that has kept me smiling every time i think about it.
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Review by: Melody Hewson on July 22, 2012 :
I happen to be a dog lover, and one of those "dog people" the author dislikes so much, and yet I STILL enjoyed this story.
I understand and empathize with just about everything. The stains on furniture, fur all over the place, getting into things they shouldn't and loitering in the middle of high traffic areas are just a few of the things that make living with a dog taxing.
But the author states all his woes with such good natured humor that you just can't help but be amused while he tells his tale of woe.
Very good and entertaining book for just about anyone.
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Review by: Nathaniel Davis on Feb. 27, 2012 :
As I read it, tears were streaming down my cheek I was laughing so hard. Thanks!
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Review by: Sandra Rector on Feb. 27, 2012 :
I laughed out loud reading this story. I understand perfectly. Thanks for the smiles and good luck.
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