To Love a Dog: A touching testament of a man and his best friend

Retired academic Tom Inglis reflects on relationships and mortality in this moving memoir about his life with an Irish Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier called Pepe

18th October, 2020
To Love a Dog: A touching testament of a man and his best friend
Tom Inglis believes that dogs reduce our stress levels, develop bonds of belonging and help to give our lives meaning

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To Love a Dog: The Story of One Man, One Dog, and a Lifetime of Love and Mystery

By Tom Inglis

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