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Bad Dog : 278 Outspoken, Indecent, and Overdressed Dogs
by Richard Dean Rosen and Harry Prichett and Rob Battles

Overview - Bad habits, bad attitudes, bad breath. With a weakness for bad outfits and having bad hair days, dogs are no less bad than cats--so it was only a matter of time before, emboldened by the runaway success of "Bad Cat," the #1 "New York Times" bestseller, dogs would be begging for the chance to speak out.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Bad habits, bad attitudes, bad breath. With a weakness for bad outfits and having bad hair days, dogs are no less bad than cats--so it was only a matter of time before, emboldened by the runaway success of "Bad Cat," the #1 "New York Times" bestseller, dogs would be begging for the chance to speak out. 224 photos. (Animals/Pets)

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780761139836
  • ISBN-10: 0761139834
  • Publisher: Workman Publishing
  • Publish Date: September 2005
  • Page Count: 248


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Living a dog's life

Bad Dog, by R.D. Rosen, Harry Prichett and Rob Battles, follows the format of last year's bestseller, Bad Cat in depicting the very strange behavior of household pets. Or should we say the strange (and sometimes unforgivable) behavior of their owners? Each page features a color photo of a pooch dressed in an outlandish get-up (a bright pink wig, a witch's hat, a tiara, a football helmet and a striped prison uniform are among the accessories). The photos have captions that try to define the pups' attitudes, revealing them to be, by turns, a bemused, hostile, embarrassed, feisty, resigned and sometimes very put-upon bunch. "I may be rich, but I still like to sniff a fire hydrant now and then," sniffs a Bijon wearing multiple strands of jewelry. The photos include submissions by pet owners, which makes us wonder just who really needs obedience training.



Martin Brady is a writer in Nashville.

 
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