Take Your Dog To Work Day – June 26, 2015

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TYDTWDay-DogToday has been designated as Take Your Dog to Work Day by Pet Sitters International.  This day was dog at workestablished in 1999 as a way to recognize dogs as great companions and to encourage adoption by showing non-dog owners the joys of owning a dog.  Will you be taking your dog to work?  Do you have any activities planned?  What’s the best thing about taking your dog to work?  Let us know how your day went!

The Cheshire Library has about 1900 items featuring dogs –  DVDschildren’s books, adult books, – there’s something for everyone.  We have books on training, on service dogs, fiction books with dogs incorporated in the story, whimsical storybooks for children, movies about dogs.  Take a look at what the Cheshire Library has to offer here .  Below is a small sampling of what you can find at the library.

CHILDREN

Dogs, How to choose and care for a dog – Laura S. Jeffrey

A Dog’s Life: The Autobiography of a stray – Ann M. Martin

Lulu Walks the Dogs – Lane Smith

Night of the Howling Dogs – Graham Salisbury (YA)

Dogs in the Dead of Night – Mary Pope Osborne

Dogs – Emily Gravett

My Dog’s A Scaredy Cat – Henry Winkler

Not Afraid of Dogs – Susanna Pitzer

 

ADULT

Dogs Never Lie About Love – Jeffrey Moussaieff

The Possibility Dogs: what a handful of unadoptables taught me about service, hope and healing – Susannah Charleston

War Dogs: tales of canine heroism, history and love – Rebecca Frankel

Bad Dogs Have More Fun: selected writings on family, animals, and life – John Grogan

Old Dogs, New Tricks: understanding and retraining older and rescued dogs – David Taylor

Must Love Dogs – Claire Cook

Isle of Dogs – Patricia Cornwell

The Dogs of Babel – Carolyn Parkhurst

DVDs

All Dogs Go To Heaven

Must Love Dogs

Dogs Decoded

Through a Dog’s Eyes

Chilly Dogs

Hachi: a dog’s tail

Bolt

The Shaggy Dog

 

 

 

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