Dog Years: A Memoir (P.S.)

By Mark Doty

When Mark Doty comes to a decision to undertake a puppy as a spouse for his demise associate, he brings domestic Beau, a wide, malnourished golden retriever wanting loving care. becoming a member of Arden, the black retriever, to accomplish their kin, Beau bounds again into lifestyles. sooner than lengthy, the 2 canine turn into Doty's intimate partners, and at last the very lifestyles strength that retains him from leaving behind all desire throughout the darkest days.

Dog Years is a poignant, intimate memoir interwoven with profound reflections on our emotions for animals and the teachings they train us approximately residing, love, and loss.

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