The Complete Entlebucher Mountain Dog Book
This book provides a complete insight into the Entlebucher Mountain Dog. Whether you are looking to add an Entlebucher to your family, get the best out of your relationship with a dog you already own or are interested in the story of the breed itself and its development in the UK, this is the book for you.
‘These are my books,’ says Alfie Dog. They are books written in whole or in part by Alfie or in which he had an important paw. Our human, Rosemary J. Kind helped at least in some small part. In the case of The Entlebucher Mountain Dog Book we simply acted as advisors and Alfie didn’t even get his name on the cover. That’s the one to read if you are thinking of having one of our breed join your family. To be honest, it’s worth reading if you are thinking of getting any dog or already have one. It’s good if you just want to look at the pictures too – there are lots of pictures.
Alfie’s Diary and the PDDP Manifesto
Alfie’s Diary is the best of Alfie’s first year of writing his diary. He then gradually became more politically active and wrote his manifesto. You can download that one for free if you join our mailing list. If you have a sense of humour and are interested in the world around you, then this one is for you.
Alfie’s only novel
The one of ‘my books’ Alfie was probably proudest of is the novel he co-wrote with Mum. Alfie’s Woods can be ready by children, but is really escapism for middle-aged women who want something to really make them smile. It takes feeling good to a whole new level. It’s a story which came out of Alfie’s days as a puppy and the woodland friends he made when he went for walks. I can definitely recommend it to you. Who doesn’t love a money laundering hedgehog who turns his life around, thanks to the friendship of a young puppy?
Why don’t you read one of Alfie’s books today? You can email me to tell me if you enjoyed it.