Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 27 Dec 2019

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This is a lovely story of the relationship between man and dog. I liked the writing style and the story of Oscar the Rottweiler. A good read for dog lovers. Thanks to Net Galley for my ARC.
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Oscar is a Rottweiler.  He is adopted as a puppy  by David.  Oscar as a puppy tests him appearing as the most independent puppy.  Oscar has his own thoughts on he what  wants to do.  He flunks puppy training class.  Oscar is not a mean dog.  He is mischievous.  David is easy going with Oscar.  Oscar grows up to be a gentle dog.  Oscar lets David know that he does not like being left alone.  If left alone, he has a tendency to tear up things.    

I liked reading about Oscar.  His life as told in this book shows one what a Rottweiler can be.  I do think that they have been given a bad reputation that isn’t deserved.  I didn’t feel the connection between David and Oscar until it was almost too late.  It’s is a story worth reading.
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David tells the story of living with a Rottweiler from pup to end of life with love for this great dog who chose him as a pup and loved David for all the years his gentle soul was here on earth. Oscar did not have a mean bone in his body and David wanted to make that clear with the negative ideas that are associated with the breed. A very easy read.
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A sweet and moving story that made me smile and moved.
I loved the story of Oscar and I liked the style of writing.
Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.
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Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing this book in exchange for an honest review. 
This was a nice story if the relationship between a man and his Rottweiler. As the owner of a Rottweiler mix, I can relate to the gentle giant breed that David Lees describes. 
This wasn't the best dog/human relationship book I've read lately but it was a sweet story.
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