Earlier in Episode 015 of the Little Pampered Dog Podcast I interviewed Greg Murray about his upcoming book, “Peanut Butter Dogs,” that he launched as a Kickstarter campaign. Well guess what? The book is done and set to officially release in March of 2017. However, thanks to Greg’s kindness and generosity, I was able to get my hands on a copy right now today.
Let me just tell you, the book is gorgeous. It’s a hefty hardcover book filled with beautiful (and funny) imagery of dogs enjoying peanut butter. If you are a dog-lover, you need to add this book to your collection. It’s the perfect coffee table book!
So you have two choices, (1) pre-order your book here today so you can be the first to get it in March of 2017 or (2) enter the giveaway at the bottom of this page and, if you’re the winner, you’ll get the book way before the release – as soon as the contest ends. Won’t your dog-loving friends be so jealous?
Here is the cover of the book. I measured it with my very worn-out ruler and it measures approximately 8 7/8″ x 8 7/8″.
The measurement might be off a hair because, again, you know…the ruler…the lines have worn off.
Here’s the side of the book. It’s almost an inch thick.
Here is a random page from the book. The book contains 160 pages.
Enter the Little Pampered Dog giveaway for the book below now for your chance to win your very own copy of Peanut Butter Dogs. Good luck and I know that whether your win a copy or purchase your own, you’ll love the book.
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In this podcast you’ll get to meet Janet Holtman, Founder and Director of Corridor Therapy Dogs. Corridor Therapy Dogs is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides dog and human volunteer teams where ever animal-assisted therapy is needed. Janet and her volunteers work in their immediate area. If you live close to Janet, perhaps you and your dog might enjoy volunteering also. If not, perhaps you could join a similar organization where you live. Of course, you can always do as Janet has done and start a similar organization of your own.
I loved meeting Janet and I know you will too. First of all, she clearly loves dogs and loves sharing the joy of dogs. Second, Janet doesn’t do things half way. What was once a mere thought and wish has become an organization that has blessed so many lives. I hope you’ll be as inspired by Janet and Corridor Therapy Dogs as I am.read more
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