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Book Review: Imp The Imperfect Pup: Lessons on Being Good Enough

Humans and dogs have lived together for millennia, but up until now, we humans have behaved like we were the ones in charge (all evidence and mayhem to the contrary).   We would all do better by following the leads of our dogs.

Written by Jody Rosengarten, IMP THE IMPERFECT PUP is sheer joy and deep insight shared by a tremendously compassionate, wise author with a big heart, ready laugh, and incredible creativity. IMP is joy — is understanding the powerful connection that people can share with the dogs who share their homes. I laughed, mused, took careful note, and thoroughly enjoyed the wisdom and inherent joy that shines from this book.

Whether you’re a first-time dog lover such as myself who needed every bit of encouragement, insight, and guidance or someone long acquainted with the wonder of dogs, you will learn something new, scratch your head, or get a deep belly laugh at the many stories within this authoritative guide.

In the spirit of full disclosure, my dog and I had the fantastic good fortune to work with Jody early in our relationship, forever bringing us closer and making our lives together richer, collaborative, and fun.


2 thoughts on “Book Review: Imp The Imperfect Pup: Lessons on Being Good Enough

  1. Great review! I also write book reviews, but mainly for nonfiction books.

    I have learned from the mistakes of successful people just from reading their biographies, which is something that a lot of people don’t think about when it comes to reading.

    If you are interested in the benefits of reading nonfiction, please stop by my page. I post book reviews of inspiring nonfiction, as well as an occasional bit of advice.


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