Raise your hand if you’re spending a lot of time reading at home these days. Us too. Here are some books for dog lovers to read while self-isolating. We hope you enjoy.
Joe Shyllit’s ‘Find the Poo’ book gives a humorous glimpse into searching for your dog’s poop.
From a retrospective by an animal pop artist to a memoir featuring a star from ‘Pit Bulls & Parolees,’ discover some books dog lovers will want to dig into.
Do you love … and okay, sometimes worship … your canine? Dogtology is a tongue-in-cheek book that dog paw-rents who loves their pups will appreciate.
‘Canines of New York’ offers a pictorial look at pups from all five New York City boroughs.
Brooklyn-based photographer Heather Weston captures pups from all five NYC boroughs in her book, Canines of New York.
Finding Gobi is the amazing story of how a stray dog followed Dion Leonard for nearly 80 miles — and eventually into his heart and home.
Fetch by Nicole J. Georges follows the author and her troubled Shar-Pei/Corgi, Beija.
In “The Tao of Pug,” photographer Nancy Levine pairs pics of her pup with sayings from the ancient Chinese philosophy of Tao Te Ching.
Mitch Boyer’s fantastical photo illustrations will come out as a kids’ book, “Vivian the Dog Moves to the Big City,” this fall.
Flip through this book to put a smile on your face.
Rebecca Ascher-Walsh profiles 38 amazing dogs, from those who help after disaster strikes to ones who provide physical and emotional support.
On his new Z Living TV show, Seth Casteel helps rescue dogs find their perfect forever family.
“Shake, Wiggle & Roll” comes out in May, as does her new photo book especially for kids, “Heads & Tails.”
Pick up W. Bruce Cameron’s book upon which the now-controversial movie is based. It’s a powerful and emotion-provoking read.
The UK photographer has created them for 25-plus years, and he’s gathered them in a new book, “Bark! The Herald Angels Sing.”
This new Dogster book features 15 patterns and step-by-step instructions.
If you love learning from Brandon McMillan on TV, pick up his new book to have the lessons always handy.
Find your zen with help from Alex Cearns’ striking photos of tranquil pups paired with insightful quotes from meditative figures.
We chat with “Legend” co-creator Samuel Sattin about how canines can help us survive in a post-apocalyptic world, from finding food to fighting zombies.
Not to worry: No dogs were harmed in the making of these photos, which are now available as a book!
Steven Rowley’s debut novel tells the tale of his Dachshund, Lily, and her battle — both real and fantastical — with cancer.
Photographer Jane Sobel Klonsky captures the strong bond between senior dogs and their people in her new photo book, “Unconditional.”
I introduced Ryder Creed and his scent-detection dog, Grace, in my Maggie O’Dell mystery series. Now the pair are starring in their own series.
Ever wonder what the French Bulldog version of Carrie from “Sex and the City” would be like? Meet Rene-Charles.
The new book by certified dog trainer Teoti Anderson offers step-by-step solutions for common behavior problems.
Toffee and Oreo took in the abandoned kit, and now she lives as a member of their pack. Check out the trio’s cute new book!
The meteorologist now serves on the the Pennsylvania SPCA board and has published a children’s book about dog adoption.
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