The Dogs who Came to Stay is a true account of two Princeton Professors and their relationship with a black a tan stray dog. The dog came into there backyard to hide and have her pups, little did the two professors know that the mother Lupa along with her pup Remus, would become such a big part of there lives. This book dealt with animal behavior, love, human behavior toward animals, importance of animals to humans, devotion, trust, loyalty, and most importantly love.
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The review of this Book prepared by Chris Kantlehner
This is a delightful story of a man's unselfish adoption of a stray dog and one of her pups. A female dog who was led to a toolshed in this man's garden surely was guided by a higher being...for through gentle patience he won her trust and her lifelong devotion. A bonus gift for the reader is the fact that this gentle man also adopted one of her pups! The antics of these two dogs as they share the life of Professor Pitcher and his friend Ed bring smiles and tears. We, the readers, get to tag along for the joyful episodes of a lifetime of tricks, treats, and tears. From the shy dog in the backyard...to the beautiful animals that love and understanding created...this book was a joy! I want to read it again!
The review of this Book prepared by Katherine Harmon