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"Double" Pet Trouble Book Reviews

Author: T. T. Sutherland

Pet Trouble is a brand-new book series by an author named T. T. Sutherland. Every book in the Pet Trouble series features the story of a different dog – and the owner that loves him or her. In this book review, we’ll be looking at two of the books in the series: Runaway Retriever and Loudest Beagle On The Block.


Runaway Retriever

This is a story about a kid named Parker whose older sister adopts a dog for him when she leaves for college (she doesn’t want him to be lonely without her). Well, the dog Parker ends up with is a golden retriever named Merlin – a totally playful and totally fun pooch. And even though Parker didn’t ask to adopt or take care of Merlin, he really loves his new canine pal. He and Merlin are completely inseperable…

Literally.

You see, whenever Parker tries to leave without Merlin – to go to school, play baseball with his friends or anything else that a dog can’t really join in on – the dog follows him. In fact, Parker quickly discovers that Merlin won’t let anything stand in the way of him going wherever his new master goes. Fences are no problem for Merlin, and there isn’t a cage in the world strong enough to hold him in.


Read Runaway Retriever and find out whether or not Parker manages to teach Merlin how to sit and, more importantly, STAY!


Loudest Beagle On The Block

This is the second book in the Pet Trouble series by T. T. Sutherland. This time, the story is about another less-than-perfect pet: a beautiful beagle named Trumpet. While sitting and staying aren’t really a problem for this girl, she does have a really bad – and really LOUD – habit of howling at the very top of her lungs whenever her owner’s niece, a 10-year-old girl named Ella, tries to practice her singing for the upcoming school talent show.


Now, if you’ve ever lived next door to (or maybe even WITH) a howling dog, you know how disturbing it can be. When it comes to Trumpet, Ella’s neighbors are all complaining and, even worse, Ella has no idea how she’s ever going to be able to get her singing voice in top shape for the talent show if she can’t get in a single moment of practice at home.


To find out how Ella is supposed to win the talent show when all she can hear every time she practices her singing is AAOOOWWAAAOOOOOO, read The Loudest Beagle On The Block.


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