The Dogs Who Came to Stay

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Dutton, 1996 - Fiction - 176 pages
Written with love and warmth and a range of feeling from to sorrow, this is the story of two middle-aged bachelors, both professors at Princeton, who were happily and hilariously adopted by two stray dogs. Capturing the wonderful and wise changes wrought in human and canine lives as they try to learn each other's ways, this endearing memoir is a love story with a difference. Photos.

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THE DOGS WHO CAME TO STAY

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A four-hankie story about two Princeton University bachelor professors and the dogs who adopt them. When a forlorn-looking, scrawny female takes up residence under an old shed in Pitcher's backyard ... Read full review

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A love story until the very last page. Beautiful. Read full review

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New LiFE
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SETTLING IN
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A LUPA
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