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Elsa Was Born a Dog, I Was Born a Human... Things Have Changed
Date Posted: Friday, November 15, 2013
Elsa Was Born a Dog, I Was Born a Human... Things Have Changed
Manufacturer: Blue Heaven Publishing

Product Description: Blue Heaven Publishing offers Elsa Was Born a Dog, I Was Born a Human…Things Have Changed. The book by Rhoda Lerman is now available in both hard back edition and as an e-book; in the book Elsa, a very large, black and white Newfoundland, struggles to be human, to speak, to act, and to think as humans do, according to the publisher. Because of her profound and intense relationship with her humans, Elsa has become a person-dog, happily living her life on the interface between human and dog; Lerman, who is always trying to understand her dogs and join their universe, has struggled to become a dog-person, yet Elsa and Lerman understand each other, the publisher states. For wholesale inquiries please go to www.katiespetproducts.com.

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