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Especially the ones where I don’t even give a paw for the virtual pat on the head. You’d think with all the love and attention I get from my folks I wouldn’t need that reassurance, but I do. Truth be told, I’m still an insecure little pup at heart.
That’s why I have to woof out a big thanks to all the folks out there that have written great reviews for my book. Woof, Woof! (Go ahead, put that in the Google Translate tool. Or if you don’t want to go to the trouble I’ll give you the answer: it says Thank You!!)
It’s been a while since my parents have been out and about in the world. They’ve got cabin fever so I’m setting them loose, without their leash, on May 15th to attend Woof Stock in Suwanee, GA. Don’t know where Suwanee is, then click here.
They’ll be there pawtographing Bad to the Bone: Memoir of a Rebel Doggie Blogger, and as always, giving away something for free. You’ll have to attend to find out what it is. If you’ve already purchased your copy and want my paw on it, bring it to the festival and we’ll get it done.
This Sunday, December 6th, we’ll be doing a book signing to support one of our favorite charities, Daffy’s Pet Soup Kitchen. Daffy’s is dedicated to keeping families and their pets together and has made a huge impact in so many lives.
We’re looking forward to being there along with Santa. Yeah, that’s right, Santa Claus is coming to town, and he’s here just to do a photo op with us great pets.
Not enough? How about getting a caricature done by famous artist Justin Galloway? I just hope he doesn’t make my tail look too long.
There will be pet toys and treats, as well as professional HappyTails pet therapy dogs mulling around. I know I’m looking to book, at a minimum, a full hour session with one!
I can’t encourage you enough to attend this event. They’re even allowing you to bring your owners.
It’s going to be fun, fun, fun!!! and all proceeds go to support Daffy’s.
Click here to see the full flyer.
Bad to the Bone: Memoir of a Rebel Doggie has hit the Big Apple’s big screen.
Featured on Times Square’s jumbotron, my lovely mug was on display for all New Yorkers to see…well for a few seconds anyway.
My father thinks he’s being worldly when he says this about New York, “Bo, if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere.”
Surely he knows that not only did I make it New York but I’ve been making it in Georgia too. All he needs to do is walk in the backyard and step in some of my recent work for confirmation.
Now if I could just get him to drive me to Rockefeller Plaza to pee on that big tree, all my dreams will be fulfilled.
- bo to polska