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Dr. Snoopy's Advice to Pet Owners

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If you are having problems with your pet, Dr. Snoopy may be able to help you. This charming selection of responses to letters from American children originally appeared in The Beagle Bugle, the Snoopy Fan Club newsletter.
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published December 1st 1993 by Andrews McMeel Publishing (first published November 1993)
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Jan 10, 2013 Leslie rated it liked it
This is a Q&A book - children wrote in to Snoopy for advice on problems with their dogs and sometimes cats. It was cute, most of the time. Obviously dated. Sometimes I found myself yelling at the book about obvious solutions and idiot parents. But overall I enjoyed it :)
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Jan 23, 2015 Dwayne Keller rated it liked it
Cute book, not your typical cartoons.
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