How to Speak Fluent Feline and Correct Canine
Posted Nov 30 2019
Such a small world! Animal author Tim Link recently hosted me on his Animal Writes podcast. He was a great host and we had a fun conversation. Afterward, I looked up his books online, only to discover that I already had one of them, Talking with Dogs and Cats. My son bought this book for me as a gift, and it’s been so insightful! If your family is like ours, we often find ourselves trying to read the minds of our dogs and cats, or trying to communicate with them in order to keep them calm, secure, and happy. We all know that’s not always easy! Tim Link provides many great suggestions in the book for relating to our pets and empathizing with them so that we can better understand them. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants a more meaningful relationship with their pets and more effective communication with them.
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You can also listen to my fun conversation with Tim here: Animal Writes Podcast
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Haha! Our terrier mix and shepherd mix are certainly selective, too. They hear "treat" without fail, but "down" or "no!" don't always register. Raggs is such a cute name!
Reggie certainly looks happy! My own dog, Raggs, has "selective" hearing--and he's not well trained. But. Our dogs are family and we do love them.
Thanks, Barbara! I wish I could write faster, too! My ideas are backing up in my head. : ) I wish my brain had a USB port where I could automatically download the stories from my mind to the page. I'm so glad you enjoyed the book! I'm hard at work on the second one, A Trip with Trouble.
I LOVED getaway with Murder. The second book can't be published soon enough. Can you write any faster? ;-)
Thanks so much, Gerrie! So glad you enjoyed the book, and your kind words put a big smile on my face. The second book in the series, A Trip with Trouble, will release next fall. I'm looking forward to it, too!