A Book Review: Sam, A Shaggy Dog Story

I always like to give a bark-out to my fellow canine authors, and this book by Sam the Collie looks like a winner! Who doesn’t love sausages and cheese?

K. DeMers Dowdall

“Entertaining humans for cheese is a bit daft really, but cheese is cheese!” Wise words from Sam: a smart, talented, handsome, and very entertaining Collie, who, in my opinion, is the spitting image of Lassie.

Author, Sally Cronin writes, through the eyes of her beloved Collie, Sam. It is a poignant, funny, and oh so entertaining story about life with Sam.

Sam tells us about his life, and what it is like growing up dog. I couldn’t help but fall head over heels in love with Sam! And so will you! 

Sam is very literate, he did narrate this book, after all. Sam’s memoir: Sam: A Shaggy Dog Story, is a truly incredible life story of his life as a Collie. He narrates poignantly about his first memories of being a puppy, his incredible curiosity of the world around him, as well as his travels, mishaps, and friendships, and about…

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3 Responses to A Book Review: Sam, A Shaggy Dog Story

  1. Emma Cownie says:

    I find that both dogs and cats are very keen on cheese (oh and many humans)!

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  2. Oh what a refreshing story and Sam is adorable. Sam you are a darling and you have written your story so beautifully. Loved your picture too. Thanks for this true and wonderful review.

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  3. Loved this book. Absolutely nothing wrong with it.

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