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Good Dog (book)

Plot Summary:

When Jon took on a troublesome two-year-old Border Collie in "A Dog Year", it turned his sedate life upside down and culminated in a move from suburbia to a rural farm. But the contrary Collie - incredibly loyal but incredibly misbehaved - never settles down. Jon tries everything, obedience training, changing his name from Devon to Orson, even acupuncture, and it all helps a little, but not enough. Together Jon and Orson chase sheep across high meadows, wade through snow, bask by a roaring stove and struggle to keep faith in each other. A story of great joy and heartbreak, in "A Good Dog" Jon faces the most difficult decision any dog lover has to make. [1]