Man and Dog by Brad Steiger

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Sharing in-depth observations and his own experiences with dogs, the author offers incredible true stories of human-canine interaction and reveals the results of new medical research indicating the benefits of owning a dog.
 

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BRAD STEIGER and SHERRY HANSEN STEIGER have—together and separately—written more than one hundred books  including Christmas Miracles (winner of the 2002 Storytelling Award from Storytelling World magazine) and Dog Miracles. The Steigers have appeared on Hard Copy, Inside Edition, and Entertainment Tonight, and in specials on HBO, Discovery, History, and A&E. They were featured in twenty-two episodes of the syndicated series, Could It Be a Miracle?
 
Published November 1, 1988 by Blackwell Science Ltd. 192 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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He gives advice on how to communicate with dogs, discusses the value of pet therapy and offers several instances of ghost dogs appearing to their owners.

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