A Useful Dog

A Useful Dog

Book - 2007
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Alternately comical, melancholic, pragmatic, and poetic, Donald McCaig's collection AUseful Dog offers a delightful exploration of the simple yet rich relationship between dogs and humans. Having cast aside urban life in the 1970s in favor of working and living on a sheep farm in Virginia, McCaig has spent the past three decades raising working sheepdogs and writing about his experiences with them. A Useful Dog comprises a selection of short pieces--vintage McCaig--that reveal not only the ins and outs of sheepdog work and trials but also the joy and devotion that dogs bring to our daily lives. For any dog enthusiast, this little book will prove a telling reminder of why the dog became known as man's best friend.

Publisher: Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, 2007
Edition: First University of Virginia Press edition
ISBN: 9780813926179
0813926173
Branch Call Number: 636.737 Mc
Characteristics: 80 pages ; 18 cm

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