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by Arthur Vanderbilt

eBook Golden Days: Memories of a Golden Retriever download ISBN: 1572235810
Author: Arthur Vanderbilt
Publisher: Willow Creek Pr (September 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 138
ePub: 1350 kb
Fb2: 1725 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Crafts and Home
Subcategory: Pets and Animal Care

Golden Days: Memories o. .has been added to your Cart. I laughed and cried when I read this book. Vanderbilt truly depicts life with a Golden.

Golden Days: Memories o. My son was devastated when we lost our twelve-year old Golden; I sent him this book so he could, like the author, reflect on the joy of having one of these incredible dogs in our life. A must read for Golden owners.

Golden Days is not only an eloquent tribute to a cherished animal but a love song whose tune will resonate in the minds of pet .

Golden Days is not only an eloquent tribute to a cherished animal but a love song whose tune will resonate in the minds of pet owners everywhere. A warm afterglow remains that lasts a lifetime. 2 people found this helpful.

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A love song to a departed golden retriever, keen and tender, from Vanderbilt (Fortune's Children, 1989)

A love song to a departed golden retriever, keen and tender, from Vanderbilt (Fortune's Children, 1989). Vanderbilt's parents had a dog much beloved by the whole family. Amy was her name, and she possessed all the best characteristics of golden retrievers: She was personable, emotional, enthusiastic, mischievous, always with an eye for fun. Vanderbilt was grown and gone by the time Amy entered the household, but his many summer vacations at the family place on Cape Cod allowed him to enjoy the dog to the fullest.

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There's no love quite like the love of a golden retriever. Anyone who has experienced this unique, wondrous relationship, or who simply enjoys a beautiful tale of the affection between people and their very special dogs, will fall in love with Arthur Vanderbilt's unforgettable memoir of a doting retriever named Amy and the seasons of joy she shared with those around her. First published in 1998, Willow Creek Press is proud to bring back to print this tenderly told love story that illustrates what a golden retriever can teach us about ourselves and the world we share.
Comments: (7)
Agarus
I can't even tel you how much I loved Memories of a Golden Retriever, by Arthur T. Vanderbilt II. A very loving Golden Retriever a beautiful heart touching story!
Narder
Really nice read! I'm a Golden Retriever fan so I loved that about the book.
Marige
A beautifully expressed tribute that is a must read for anyone who loves dogs and especially for those who are blessed to share their lives with Golden Retrievers.
Stan
We just lost our Golden Reteiever of 10 years totally unexpected due to cancer. She ran off to die. We were able to find her and bury her in our backyard. "Amy", the Golden in the book is like our Chantal who loved the Gulf beaches. For any Golden owner, this is MUST have book to help with the loss of the best breed of dog I've ever encountered.
Gaudiker
You don't have to own a golden retriever to read and really enjoy this beautiful book. As a dog lover that I am, I read anything which has to do with dogs regardless of breed. This book is similar to "the dogs of our lives", a book which touches your heart and brings tears & laughter as you read it. Thank you Mr. Vanderbilt for sharing your memories with us.
Marilore
I found this book at the university bookstore a few weeks after losing my own 13 year old golden-retriever. As I began, tears immediately began to fall but soon they were replaced by smiles and bursts of laughter as I was pulled into the lives of the characters and the wonderful dog, and I was flooded with memories of my own Baron boy. This book is for anyone who has been blessed enough to share their lives with a special golden retreiver, or anyone who doubts the joy a dog can bring. Vanderbilt's book is an honest, from-the-heart portrayal that captures the spirit of the breed.
Thoginn
I laughed and cried when I read this book. Vanderbilt truly depicts life with a Golden. My son was devastated when we lost our twelve-year old Golden; I sent him this book so he could, like the author, reflect on the joy of having one of these incredible dogs in our life. The author truly touches the sacred moments we share with these beautiful creatures. A must read for Golden owners.