Pup Culture is a love letter to the canine world, Paul Shaffer’s daughter tells us how she and her family acquired and fell in love with their rescue dogs. Part memoir, part self-help, part how-to and all love, Pup Culture encourages the reader to consider adopting a rescue or fostering a pup. Interspersed throughout are celebrity essays (David Letterman and Dan Levy to name a few!) to their beloved pooches and how their hearts were stolen. Shaffer provides tips for getting your adoption application noticed, how to choose the right dog for you, what supplies to have on hand and how to settle into a training and lifestyle with your new friend. I loved that there were frank discussions of your expectations of having a dog and the realities of less than ideal health or behavioral situations that are the truth of dog ownership.
Pup Culture is vibrant and easily readable and dripping with love for our four legged friends. @happy.herman.the.dog approves… (note no books were harmed in the making of this post 🤣🙈🐾).
Thanks to Simon and Shuster for providing me with a copy.
Tell me about your fur friends!