Four-Legged Miracles: Heartwarming Tales of Lost Dogs’ Journeys Home’, by Brad & Sherry Steiger (St. Martin’s Griffin, 2013), tells many stories of lost dogs who have come home again…. As the authors say about the dogs they write about that have returned home, long distances, sometimes months after being lost, “If a miracle is something that happens without physical explanation and seems to defy everything we know about a particular aspect of our world, then these are miracles.” You can read about the book in a forthcoming book review right here on — or, in the meantime, as ‘Weird News’ in The Huffington Post, online at

NEW NEW~!  This just in… A dog that has been missing for 10 months is finally reunited with its human family in Colorado Spring, Colorado. “The twist is how the dog was found” says the news clip. Read about it at

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I write and read about dogs, and admire dogs in print; ergo 'LiteraryDogs'. If you have some or all of these same sentiments, let's share our reading/writing knowledge and canine literary insights. My own writings are about Tibetan mastiffs, but I'm flexible and enjoy all dogs.
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