Doggeroo has been running its famous Annual Dog Show for 150 years, and this year Jack's landlord, Sarge, is one of the stewards. Someone is nobbling the entrants, muddying their coats just before their classes. Could it be the dogs themselves, striking a blow for the right to roll? Jack thinks not... and is proved right when Lord Red is one of the victims. Jack soon sniffs out the true culprit...
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Sally Odgers has written over 100 books. She lives with her husband and sometime co-writer Darrel and their children in Tasmania. The Odgers family also includes a spaniel, jack russell terriers, a cat, four cockatoos, and a shifting population of pet rats, mice and other creatures. Everyone, including the animals, contributes (knowingly or not) to plot-lines, characters and incidents for books and stories.From AudioFile:
Chaos at the Doggeroo Dog Show brings dog investigator Jack to the job. Tracking down the culprit who throws mud at the show dogs makes an entertaining story, heightened by Alan King's unique voices for Jack, his owner, Sarge, and many other dogs and owners. King ably demonstrates the dog perspective on human behavior, adding to the comic effects. While he pulls off the "dirty" humor and dog jokes, the recording's gimmicks are less successful. The circus soundtrack, odd noises, and doggy asides detract from the story. However, Jack's effervescent personality and the large quantities of mud may redeem this recording for young listeners. C.A. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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