Being legal counselor-at-paw can be a very difficult job indeed! Sharing her tales of The life and travels of a law office dog is Pita the dog, as told through her lady, Joan Poulos. Pita's work is never done. Presiding over Joan's law office from her personal den, she has taken on the responsibility of vetting new clients (a smell will tell a dog a thousand words), greeting and security, and keeping up with the office staff. While away from her office duties, Pita's job consists of taking care of Joan, her lady, who adopted her as a puppy and saved her from possible death. It's a big job taking care of a lady--going on trips, going to Grange conventions, scaring away neighboring dogs, and sharing a kiss on the hand when needed--Pita takes her job seriously and does everything she can to make Joan's life wonderful.I cana#39;t figure out why she is so upset about someone getting into her files. Apparently whoever came in took our frienda#39;s computer and his files and our computers from the front office but overlooked the ... Pretty soon things went back to normal.
|Title||:||The Life and Travels of a Law Office Dog|
|Author||:||Joan Graham Poulos|
|Publisher||:||Dorrance Publishing - 2009-11-11|