Interesting book, although I sometimes feel like telling her to "get a life", she worries too much about her dog. (I'm one to talk). Apparently, when she wrote a column for a Boston newspaper, half of the people responding thought that she was very insightful, the other half thought she should "get a life". The author died of lung cancer in 2002, I don't know what happened to Lucille.
I have a golden retriever/collie mix and it was heartwarming!!!
This is one of THE best books I have ever read - If you share a special bond with your dog, you will no doubt be able to relate to this book. I have never been one to re-read a book. This one has forced me to make an exception!
Really enjoyed this book, could relate to so much in it!!
A personal story about a dog helping a woman recover from alcoholism, and the psychology of human - animal interaction.
Great book for those their dogs like family members!
I enjoyed this book about the relationship between a woman & her dog.
A beautiful book about love and friendship - and knowing yourself. This book is still available (6/11); I just hit the wrong button!
Was not as good as I was expecting it to be. Kind of disappointed.
I read this many years ago and found it to be a well written and person account of one woman difficult time and the bond she forged with her dog. When looking through my book shelf for books I felt I could part with to post, this book is not one that I would give up.