Here in New York, we’re in the midst of the Dog Days of Summer, a phrase which – according to the Merriam Webster Idioms Dictionary – refers to “hot, sultry summer weather; also, a period of stagnation . . . the period between early July and early September, when Sirius, the so-called Dog Star, rises and sets with the sun.” In this spirit, we’ve collected some of our favorite dog books to train or laze about with.

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Dog Days of Summer

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