15 Best Books For Dog Lovers To Know Better About Your Dog

#7 The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein

Told from the perspective of a dog named Enzo, the canine dedicates his life to supporting his race car driver dad, Denny Swift, in hopes of becoming human in his next life.

#8 The Friend by Sigrid Nunez

After her best friend dies, a woman is left with his Great Dane—who's also mourning the loss of his owner. But despite her initial resilience to the pet, the two soon develop an unbreakable bond. Nunez's novel was a 2018 National Book Award finalist.

#9 Off the Leash by Matthew Gilbert

In this non-fiction work Gilbert, a Boston Globe TV Critic, unleashes (see what we did there?) his musings about the characters and events of his local dog park after becoming the first-time owner of a Yellow Lab puppy named Toby. 

#10 E.B. White on Dogs

The author of Charlotte's Web's granddaughter, Martha White, gathered an array of E.B. White's poems, letters, and essays, each depicting his amusing and close relationships with his various canine companions over the years. 

#11 Oogy by Larry Levin

This is the heartwarming narrative about how Larry Levin and his family fell in love with the "ugliest dog they had ever seen" after taking a trip to the animal hospital. 

#12 Old Yeller by Fred Gipson

What was turned into a heart breaking 1957 film is the tale of a 14-year-old-boy named Travis, who after being left to take care of his family's farm for the summer, befriends a loyal stray dog named "Old Yeller."

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