Martin Kihn’s 95-pound Bernese mountain dog habitually ruined his furniture, and probably some of his days, with his far-from-good behavior.
But that same canine also saved his marriage and possibly his life, when, after a descent into alcoholism, he replaces his obsession with booze with an obsession with competitive dog training. Unfortunately for him, his dog is one of the worst-behaved dogs the literary world has ever come across.
His refreshingly short and witty memoir, Bad Dog (A Love Story) comes out his April.
So I ask (in exchange for an advance reading copy): Does anyone out there have a “Bad dog!” story? (“Bad cat!” works too.) If so, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment!
Limited quantity! First sharers get the ARC.