Ah, memories! This book dates back to 1985,
published by Century
0 7126 0764 1) and sadly not reprinted (see foot of page*). Such is the
nature of modern
Dedicated to our dog of the time, Shad, who was found as a stray,
about in the middle of the traffic in Tooley Street, in London's
Named after the nearby docklands street Shad Thames (which is now a
desirable penthouse area), and destined to have a radical effect on our
lives for several years until he died of cancer.
This indispensable handbook draws upon our bizarre and stressful
at the paws of said dog.
What to do with waste products
- Off the lead Absence makes the voice
grow louder - In
with other dog lovers
piece An out-of-the-blue review (via
email 25.6.09): “The loony dog owner´s handbook”
howled to me from its shelf in a second hand bookstore in Franschoek,
South Africa. So of course I walked it out from there and brought
it home to my loony dogs in Sweden, as a bad example. South Africa,
Britain, Sweden; dogs are just the same everywhere. As dogowners. Do
they laugh at us just as much as we do our selfs?
Anyway: thanks! I had a wonderful time with you and your dog! -Bitte Sundin
enough, this book has had a permanent place on amazon.co.uk
when you do a book search under 'Borin Van Loon', despite being long
out of print; other obscure books by Borin such as 'Intellectual Bull'
have recently cropped