Keen to turn your disobedient dog into the perfect pooch? Tired of man's best friend ending up in the doghouse? Why not take an informative and entertaining walk on the wild side, with Dog Logic, a unique view of the world, one that is both canine created and related.
Whether your best friend is a blue blood or a bitser, Dog Logic has them licked. Should you let sleeping dogs lie, exactly who is top dog and can you teach old dogs new tricks? Dog Logic helps get you on the right scent and ensures you're not barking up the wrong tree. And who better to take you on a journey deep into the canine world, but a member of the pack himself; Sox, the quintessential Aussie cattle dog and four legged philosopher.
With 20 chapters covering issues from barking, beds and biting, to worrisome walks and everything in between, Sox offers his humorous but practical advice on resolving your doggy dilemmas. Supported with terrific tips from humans in the know, each chapter provides both canine and two legged advice that is fun, uplifting and relevant.
As a RSPCA puppy who overcame a difficult start to life, Sox is proof that a dog from the wrong side of the pound can achieve greatness. As the creative canine consultant to Dog Logic, Sox is no stranger to fame having written a regular full page column in bark! Australia magazine. Combining the creative genius of Sox the Philosophical Pooch, and his human assistant, Robyn Osborne, Dog Logic is the must have book for anyone searching for the ideal canine companion.
Robyn Osborne was born in Brisbane, but grew up on the Sunshine Coast. Her claim to fame at Nambour High was being regularly sent to the office for not wearing regulation leather shoes by overzealous prefects, including Kevin Rudd. Robyn is an author, teacher and self-confessed animal fanatic. She has published a number of successful children’s titles including Going Fishing, Going Camping (a Qld Premier’s Reading Challenge book) and My Dog Socks (a CBCA Notable book). Her canine inspired books Dog Logic and Midget Bones’ Diary have proved popular with dog loving readers. Robyn currently lives on the Fraser Coast with her husband and Jack the dog, the perfect writer’s muse. Robyn lives in the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.