How to Show Your Dog and Win Unkelbach 1976 This looks like a fun little number from the children’s section. Children love dogs! It’s timeless! Well…yes and no. The dogs themselves are timeless. The pictures of the people handling
Dinah, the Dog with a Difference de Fossard 1976 Submitter: I just began weeding the library of an elementary school with a collection dating largely to the 70s and 80s. I could give you a year’s worth of entries, but
Red Carpet Pups Foster 2013 I have a pet peeve about animals in outfits. Just no. They always look embarrassed. However, I am quite sure that there is an audience for this book. Kristin Stewart and Niki Menaj fans, maybe?
Mrs Allen on All Fours Develop the Perfect Relationship with Your Pet Allen 1999 This is a dog training book, but of course my inner 12 year old boy was laughing at the title. Maybe because they use “Mrs. Allen”
How to Make Money in Dogs Unkelbach 1974 Submitter: This book is living on our public library shelf with newer books on the same topic. However, it’s giving out cost and information from 1974! Completely out-of-date. Holly:There is a list
Everyone Is Someone Fifi Monteux 1962 Submitter: My mind was blown by this one, which was lurking in my mid-sized public library’s 781s. The author is the French poodle on the cover who recounts her adventures living with an orchestra
Cinderella Wegman 1993 Submitter: I can’t believe this book. I literally did a double-take when I saw the cover, and as I flipped through it, I began to wonder what made the library purchase this book in the first place.
“Men Who Knit & the Dogs Who Love Them: 30 Great-Great Looking Designs for Man & His Best Friend” Modessit and Emborsky 2007 Submitter: This book appeals to a worldwide audience of maybe five people: namely dudes who are into knitting