By Roy Hattersley
A needs to learn for animal lovers,highly interesting and good written.
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In 1996, Buster, a half-German Shepherd mutt, used to be attacked through a goose in a public park. He defended himself-much to the detriment of the goose-who, regrettably, was once owned by means of the Queen, and Buster was once mentioned on fees. Grossly misrepresented via the media, he turned an quick superstar. wanting to current his facet of the tale, he dictated his diaries to his guy, the lord who had followed him a yr prior. the result's a delightfully humorous, occasionally touching romp via Buster's conquer adversity, a few puppy psychology, the abnormal education rituals the guy plays, the soreness of his puppyhood, and, eventually, a dog's pleasure at possessing a human.
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