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Raising a Doodle: Heartwarming Stories from Dog Parents Around the World by Theresa Piasta and Audrey Courchesne

Heartwarming Stories from Dog Parents Around the World is a source of guidance and support for new and experienced doodle parents alike. With interviews featuring dog experts who cover practical advice on training, health, grooming, and canine therapy, plus heartwarming stories and beautiful photos from more than a hundred members of the Puppy Mama community, this book is your guide to doodle parenthood.

You’ll find:
● Tips for training and socializing your doodle
● Guidance to help keep your fluffy best friend healthy
● Stories about unconditional love and canine therapy
● Photos that make you smile
● And so much more!

No matter where you are on your journey with your pup, learn and laugh alongside puppy parents who understand the challenges and the joys of raising a doodle.

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About the Author from the Preface

Dear Reader,

I have an (embarrassing) confession. Being a “Puppy Mama” wasn’t exactly Plan A.

After college, I spent four years active duty in the U.S. Army, did a fourteen-month tour in Iraq, then headed to Wall Street. (Basically, I traded one high-stress job for another.)

My life situation in Manhattan—the cramped apartment, the early morning rush to the trading desk, the evening networking events—just wasn’t conducive to properly caring for a dog. So it wasn’t in my plan.

However, in 2014, my husband and I moved our lives to San Francisco. On those brisk, beautiful mornings, I would walk to work from South Beach along the Embarcadero waterfront and see dozens of people running, playing, and laughing with their dogs.

I stopped to chat with them, I started learning the breeds, and before I knew it, I wanted to be the one running, playing, and laughing with a puppy of my own.

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I would like to thank PR by the Book for the opportunity to share this book.

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