Bird Dog Writes Book, “Pawing” Autographs at Pheasant Fest
Who hasn’t wondered what a bird dog would say if it could talk. You’ll find out at National Pheasant Fest 2011 thanks to a new tell-all book written by a bird dog.
John Adams is a founding board member of the Dickinson County (Iowa) Pheasants Forever chapter. Now, he’s the publicist for his Golden Retriever, Savvy, who has “written” a book, Savvy, A Golden Dog’s View of This Human World.
Adams owned The Lakes News Shopper, a free circulation newspaper in Dickinson County from 1973-2007, and in 2007 his Golden, Savvy, started penning a bi-monthly column for the paper (with a little help from her owner). Over the past four years, her columns dealt with hunting, humor, human and animal friends and enemies, and family. The best of them have been compiled into the new book.
Savvy will have her first book signing at Pheasant Fest, as the book debuts there. Stop by booth 433, Jan. 28-30 to meet the author, get her paw print on your copy of the book, and view some great pictures of Savvy in action. We’re assuming that means hunting, not writing!
Anthony’s Antics Afield is written by Anthony Hauck, Pheasants Forever’s Public Relations Specialist
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