In this appealing memoir of one woman’s love affair with dogs, Klam worries that people will see her as a "dog person." By the end of the book, they undoubtedly will, as she goes from besotted owner of a Boston terrier to frantic animal advocate. The most memorable canine character is the bedraggled Dahlia, who amazes everyone, including the vet, with a stunning feat at the ripe old age of nine. Klam can relate: "We were all happy to know that life could surprise us just when we thought we were done."
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