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Worzel Wooface: the Quite Actual Terribibble Twos

By (author) Vathrtinr Pickles
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd, Dorchester, United Kingdom
Imprint: Hubble&Hattie an Imprint of Veloce Publishing Ltd
Published: 6th Oct 2016
Dimensions: w 138mm h 224mm d 13mm
Weight: 285g
ISBN-10: 1845849310
ISBN-13: 9781845849313
Barcode No: 9781845849313
Things look like they just might be settling down for Worzel. After a year in his forever home, he's come to an almost peaceful truce with most of the cats, persuaded his Mum and Dad that 'sit' isn't essential, and - most importantly - established his place in the middle of the bed.No longer a cautious puppy, Worzel has discovered an independent streak, and his somewhat dodgy recall has become non-existent. With his sense of adventure matched only by his speed, ponds, pheasants, and a bitch at the end of the lane, are all far, far more interesting than Mum. Worzel has reached the 'terribibble teenage twos' - that time in every dog's life when their owners wonder if the work, patience and dedication spent in the early days was pointless ...and why everything their dog previously understood has suddenly become, at best, optional, but, more often, ignored!

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Very good value and with lovely photos of Worzel in the center pages ... An ideal gift. Dog Training Weekly Hubble & Hattie have done it again! ... The Worzel Wooface Diaries are required reading for anyone who has ever given their heart to a dog to tear. Geelong Obedience Dog Club If you're looking for a sweet, funny and insightful look at a rescue dog "with issues," be sure to check out Worzel Wooface! Peggy's Pet Place will make you laugh out loud ... the book endearingly captures the challenges all owners can face when sharing their home with a pet. Your Dog every bit as entertaining as the first book ... I hope Worzel writes another book. I'll be looking forward to reading more about his antics.