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Zypher posts on 9/7/2011 1:43:07 AM Lol at the first person. Like the author would ever be looking at an amateur site like this.... Anyhow, Who here is for summer reading? I am. Hehheh.
cal pollock posts on 6/21/2010 5:47:23 PM hi john just finished your book marley and me hope u get this message your book made me laugh and cry i have cheppy cross bred german sheppard but looks like overgrown yourkshire terrier. she like marley is terrified by thunder and anythink loud she has wrecked doorways and broke our telivision wrecked my wardrobe and lots more she like marley is 13 years old it doesent bare thinking off if somethink happend to her she has cateracts in both eyes and has arthritis in back legs but can still get around with help of tablets hopefully we dont have to make decision like you had to with marley just yet. yours cal x
Katie Senske posts on 3/3/2009 11:23:13 AM I doubt that this message will ever reach Mr. Grogan, but I just finished the book, "Marley and Me" and I am crying like a baby. What an incredible book, and like everyone else who has read it, I feel like saying, 'let me tell you about my boxers'.!!This book was wonderful and I cannot wait for "The Longest Trip Home". By the way, our first Boxer, B.J., also was asked to leave obedience school. That's okay, though, because she was smarter than the rest of those dogs anyway. Thank you for this great book. Katie Senske



Pat posts on 12/22/2008 11:22:47 PM Just read "Marley & Me" & absolutely loved it!!! We have had 3 yellow labs in our 43 yrs. of marriage, but only 1 of them was hyper, but nothing like Marley. The other 2 were like the 2nd dog you got--calm & well-mannered. We just loved the 2 calm ones & grieved over their deaths for a long time. Neither of us had the time to work with the hyper one, so we do not know how it might have turned out with her. This book really touched me, as I could feel your pain when Marley died.


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