by Paul Amelchenko
humor, comedy, satire, contemporary art, dogs, animal welfare
Every family with a dog has experienced a moment of frustration with their loyal companion. Maybe it was a favorite hat chewed to bits, wet paw prints on the kitchen floor, or a clean window covered in slobber. As owners, we see these things as mischievous and messy.
But how does your dog see it? What if he felt this was his means of creative expression? What if he considered himself an artist? And what if that goofy dog helped you see life from a different perspective?
THE DA VINCI DOG was published in 2007 and brought this concept to life as a satire on contemporary art. It earned the Independent Book Publishers Association’s Top Humor/Comedy/Satire of 2007, and it was named ForeWord Magazine’s “Book of the Year” in the pets category. I donate 25% of my profits to local and national animal shelters.