Two Dachshunds at Troy - A dog’s tale |
Jeremy Lousada (2011) | Dogs as pets
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This delightful light-hearted book is the true story of a love affair. A love affair between the author and his two miniature dachshunds, one with which anyone who has ever loved a dog will empathise. They were born in Africa and travelled widely there. They were quite possibly the first dogs ever to cross Europe, solely by water from the North Sea to the Black Sea. They swam in the great lakes of Africa, in seven seas, chased baboons in Africa, rabbits in the High Jura on the European watershed, and lizards in the ruins of Troy. Sometimes they enjoyed it, sometimes they found it confusing, sometimes, as in a Turkish winter, they distinctly disapproved. It was an adventurous life...
This is a dog’s tale, a tale of two small dogs. Small dogs they may have
been, and perhaps like Pooh, of small brain, but very few dogs can have been
as well travelled or better loved.
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