A Doggie Bucket List to Stimulate You and Your Best FriendPart activity book and part bullet journal, Chew This Journal provides inspiration and guidance for dog lovers looking to enrich the lives of their pets.
Is your dog bored? Doesn't have to be! From bucket lists and outings to arts and crafts Chew This Journal will inspire you to spend more time with your pup. Chew This Journal leads you through fun activities, while creatively recording your adventures in the pages of the book. This unique journal doubles as your dog's memory keeper and activity tracker, making it a one-of-a-kind keepsake that you and your dog complete together.
Loads of activities and training plans. Chew This Journal provides dog owners and their dogs with step-by-step instructions for over 100 activities and training plans such as:
— Crafts like paw painting flowers — DIY treat puzzles — No-sew beds — Tug toys you and your dog can make together to keep, to gift to friends and family at the holidays, or even to donate to a local shelter to support dogs in need.
Don't just spend your walks on your phone. Chew This Journal will inspire you to be more engaged in the time you and your dog have together. Chew This Journal will help you map training goals from practical manners (not pulling on the leash or jumping on strangers) to impressive skills like mastering urban agility and parkour skills. With easy to follow training instructions Chew This Journal helps you create exciting weekly and monthly challenges and record your progress.
If you and your pup have enjoyed Kyra Sundance books such as 101 Dog Tricks or Family Fun Dog Activity Kit, we think you will love Sassafras Lowrey's Chew This Journal .
About the authors
Sassafras Lowrey is the 2013 winner of the Lambda Literary Emerging Writer Award. Sassafras’ books (Lost Boi, Kicked Out, A Little Queermas Carol, Leather Ever After, and Roving Pack) have been honored by organizations ranging from the National Leather Association to the American Library Association. Sassafras’ fiction and nonfiction has appeared in numerous anthologies and literary journals including Catapult, Narratively, and The Rumpus. She has taught for Lit Reactor, The NYC Center For Fiction and regularly teaches writing at colleges, conferences and for community groups across the country.
Sassafras has been involved with dog sports and dog training for over twenty years including Competition Obedience, Dog Agility, Tricks, Rally Obedience, and service dog training. In the early 2000s Sassafras competed at top levels of Dog Agility and is an All-Star Trainer of The Year Certified Trick Dog Instructor (CTDI). Sassafras currently competes with her own dogs in tricks and canine parkour and trains in rally obedience and dog agility. Her dogs have achieved Champion Trick Dog (the highest level of trick competition), and Trick Dog Performer titles.
Sassafras has written regularly for dog magazines for over a decade and she frequently contributes to The Bark, AKC, Dogster Magazine and Whole Dog Journal; among other publications discussing dog lifestyle trends, news, dog health, training and behavior.
Zazie Todd, PhD, is the author of Wag: The Science of Making Your Dog Happy. She is the founder of the popular blog Companion Animal Psychology, where she writes about everything from training methods to the human-canine relationship. She also writes a blog for Psychology Today, Fellow Creatures, and received the prestigious Captain Haggerty Award for Best Training Article in 2017. Todd lives in Maple Ridge, BC, with her husband, one dog, and two cats.