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"May your bed stay warm, your bowl stay full, and may you live a long and healthy life."[Body copy] Long live Ireland Æ isle of myth and mystery, proud haven of poets and saints, land of wisdom and courage . . . and home to many adorable Irish dogs. From beloved pet photographer Kim Levin comes another winning collection of dog photographs, this time coupled with Irish sayings and blessings written by her husband, John O'Neill. Erin Go Bark! celebrates the land of the shamrock and its gift for blarney by showcasing some of the country's cutest four-legged lads and lassies.- May you seek revenge on the person who named you "Scruffy."- May you see the inside of the door as often as you see the outside.- May the "big dogs" be careful whom they mess with.
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Whether you're Irish only on St. Patrick's Day or all year 'round, if you're a dog lover, 'tis sure and you'll be loving Erin Go Bark. Filled with talented pet photographer Kim Levin's shots of dogs in Dublin and Dingle Bay, this little book is as charming as the country in which it was created. Each photo is accompanied by a dog-specific version of an Irish blessing--you won't find "may the wind be always at your back," but rather "may your coat stay shiny, your nose stay cold, and the sidewalk stay soft." As Levin and coauthor (and husband) John O'Neill write in the forward, Ireland is full of dogs on the loose, all slightly wet, slightly wild, and entirely adorable. Most of the shots are of a single mongrel, rather damp and scruffy, but full of personality. The matching of blessings with the photo is as entertaining as the picture itself. One particularly whimsical shot shows a very resigned-looking terrier in what appears to be a fur-trimmed cloak and matching tunic. His saying reads, "let us forever bless the witty soul who invented dog clothing." Another of the book's many sayings is one that many young Irish women would whole-heartedly agree with: "may the next person who calls you "lassie" get fleas." This little gem will have any blarney-filled dog lover nodding and saying "top o' the morning" to every pooch on the block. Grab a pint of Guinness and enjoy! --Jill LightnerAbout the Author:
Kim Levin is a New York-based photographer who specializes in pet portraiture. Her company, Bark & Smile¨Pet Portraits, combines her passion for photography and her love of dogs. She is the author of Why We Love Dogs and Why We Really Love Dogs. John O'Neill is a musician and humorist. Kim and John live in New Jersey with their dog, Charlie.
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