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Marcia S Lee

I am a university graduate with a degree in languages and a post-graduate in interpretation and translation. I live in California where I have my own business. I have lived with dogs all my life and am an animal lover and felt compelled to write this book after witnessing what goes on at the dog park.

A Note From Marcia S Lee

The following explains why I felt I had to write this book. I was literally bombarded with incidents from going to the dog park on a daily basis for three and a half years; in fact, I still go.

One could ask why read a book about the dog park? Surely, those two words say it all. Let’s just go to the dog park, have fun and go home. But, one needs to realize that you are exposing yourself and your dog/s to the dangers of unpredictable animal and human behavior. People forget that at the dog park common sense flies out of the window. The dogs are thrust into an enclosed area with strange dogs and people and, who knows what will happen?

Not all dogs are sociable and each one has its own distinct personality traits. They can be timid, aggressive, laidback or high-energy. It is far better to go to the dog park with some idea of what to expect as it can be a very enjoyable experience or a downright scary one.

Using humor, the author traces her acquisition of Buster, a junkyard rescue, whose high energy leads her to the dog park. The author recounts their adventures and illustrates what happens there. Instinctive dog behaviors, prejudices, dog walkers, aggression and more are covered.

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This is a book about the dog park intended to highlight that it is an unpredictable place where lots of unexpected things can happen. Going to the dog park can be a very enjoyable experience or a downright scary one. Dogs are off leash and free to do...
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A Peek Into the Life of Marcia S Lee

My dog who made me write a book.

My dog who made me write a book.
Keep those balls coming!

Keep those balls coming!
Just chilling.

Just chilling.
I heard that - (the fridge door opening.) Where's my treat?

I heard that - (the fridge door opening.) Where's my treat?

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