5 Books for People Who Love Their Pets

Our pets may very well be the unsung heroes of the past year. In the midst of a pandemic, with most of us spending more time at home than ever before, our pets have provided us endless entertainment, emotional support and perhaps a bark or two in the background of a video call.

It’s for this reason and so many more, we wanted to offer up a handful great titles about a topic we all love to talk about . . . our pets.

Marley & Me

By John Grogan

We’d be remiss to start this list off with any other book. Possibly one of the best known (and heartbreaking) books for dog lovers, Marley and Me follows the life of an ornery Labrador retriever and the love his family develops for him.

I Could Pee on This (and Other Poems by Cats)

By Francesco Marciuliano

Anyone who’s ever owned a cat knows they prefer to do things their own way. This hilarious books of poems gives some insight on the inner workings of a house cat’s mind.

Your Dog is a Mirror

By Kevin Behan

Written by dog trainer, Kevin Behan, this new model identifies the way our pets are a reflection of our own emotions, showing the deep connection between a dog and its owner.

The Dog That Whispered

By Jim Kraus

Have you ever wished your pet could tell you what they’re thinking? This novel follows Thurman, a lovable rescued black lab who has convinced people he can talk.

What Pet Should I Get?

By Dr. Seuss

This lesser known Dr. Seuss book is a great read for the younger animal lovers in your life. Full of rhymes, laughs and a slew of potential pets, this is sure to become a fast favorite.

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