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Not a Soul but Us

Richard Smith

Set in medieval England, Not a Soul but Us tells the captivating story of a twelve-year-old shepherd boy and his beloved canine as they work together, struggling to survive after a plague sweeps through their village. This powerful and timely historical fiction story told in 84 sonnets is a moving testament to the power of the human-canine bond.

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300 Dog Food Recipes: Three-Ingredient Meals

Dr. Amy Cousino

Dr. Amy Cousino has combined 40 years of veterinary experience and culinary knowledge into a dog-food cookbook and nutrition guide. Packed with over 300 super-easy, nutritious three-ingredient recipes for fresh dog food you can make at home, it will inspire even kitchen newbies to look beyond kibble with the revelation that cooking for your dog needn’t be difficult.

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Where Does My Dog Hurt? 

Renee Tucker, DVM

Holistic veterinarian Renee Tucker has created an incredible, hands-on guide for evaluating and naturally dealing with canine pain. Through clear anatomical illustrations, how-to photos, and step-by-step instructions, Where Does My Dog Hurt? provides dog parents with 23 simple body checkups you can do at home to solve “mystery” issues and restore optimal health. A must-read. 

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It Had To Be Magic: A Dog Worth Fighting For

Amy Ahrensdorf

Dogs have a way of teaching us unexpected life lessons. In this moving, relatable novel inspired by real life, Lauren and her family rescue Magic, a destructive and determined Labrador Retriever who changes their world. Full of humour and emotion, It Had to be Magic shows the most challenging dogs take us on the greatest journey.

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Bea and B.B.’s Last Four Dog Vacations

Book 3: Bea and B.B.'s Last Four

Carolyn West Meyer

Don’t miss the third and final book in Carolyn West Meyer’s wanderlust-inducing Dog Vacations series. Bea, B.B., Carolyn, and Kel are busy exploring the United States in four new road trips delivering even more humour, travel-related misadventures, and rescue dog joy.

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Dairy, Dairy, Quite Contrary

Amy Lillard

Young advice columnist Sissy Yoder needs a change of pace after getting her heart broken, so she and her Yorkie, Duke, move back to her small hometown to help at her Aunt Bethel’s Sunflower Café. But when the milkman is stabbed behind the café, Sissy needs to focus on clearing her name. Readers will love unraveling this fun mystery!