If you’re looking for a laugh out loud book, check out Bad to the Bone: Memoir of a Rebel Doggie Blogger by Bo Hoefinger! You’ll chuckle, giggle and guffaw.   Bo is a shelter dog with a killer combination of enlightening humor and the ability to type.

Many of us know Bo from his prolific blog — Bo Knows, He just doesn’t listen.  We also know his human parents Lisa and Horst from their memorable tenure at Dogster’s For Love of Dog Blog. Now we get the story behond the dog and the blogs. And what a story it is!

Our tour through Bo’s life is filled with hilarity. But at the same time, we hear the undertones of potential pain shadowing Bo and other animals. We laugh as Bo talks to the dog who smuggles in things for other dogs trying to get chocolate to commit suicide. He thinks he’ll never get adopted by a good family so he wants a quick way out. Fortunately for Bo, his family and his readers, Bo can’t afford the candy. But what about the other dogs? Will they make it out? Will they get adopted? We don’t know. But by pulling us in with his humor, Bo is able to remind us of the hard questions of how we view and treat our companion animals.

Bad to the Bone is a fun read, perfect for anyone who has ever loved a dog.

    One Response to “Book Review — Bad to the Bone: Memoir of a Rebel Doggie Blogger”

    1. Bo says:

      Hi Joy…this is Bo. Thank you for barking about my book and the great review.

      BAD TO THE BONE is dedicated to rescue and shelter workers who make this world a better place, one animal at a time. I am donating 10% of the proceeds to help homeless dogs.

      Woof!

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