A Dog of Few Words
a novel by Mark Snyder
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Does your dog talk? Do you communicate with your cat? Can you understand what your horse is trying to tell you? What would our furry companions say if they could truly speak? And what of the wild ones: the badger, the bird, the beaver, the bear?
You may just find out during this endearing, heart-warming tale of a man, his soft-spoken dog Abraham, and all the creatures they meet throughout their year-long journey, including a gabby woodchuck named Ada, Sunflower the badger, and Stella the starling.
So grab some kibble, a hot cup of coffee, and get ready to embark on the adventure-filled journey in A Dog of Few Words.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Mark Snyder, better known as Opa, grew up in Sauk County, Wisconsin. After college, he enlisted in the United States Air Force, where he met a beautiful young lady that lived across the hall from him in the barracks. Together, they supported the 69th Dragon Tactical Air Command (TAC) squadron at Moody Air Force Base near Valdosta, Georgia, supplying munitions for F-16 Falcon Jets. They have been married over thirty years and are blessed with six children and a quiver full of grandchildren. They own and operate a business in Wisconsin and are well known for their specialized work with computerized organs, pipe organs, and digital pianos. In their spare time, they operate a hobby farm in Jefferson County, Wisconsin, where they enjoy a plethora of wildlife. They have several pets that occupy their time and communicate with them on a daily basis.