NPR Driveway Moments Dog Tales: Radio Stories That Won't Let You Go

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: NPR

Narrated By: Andrea Seabrook

Publisher: HighBridge Company

Date: May 2011

Duration: 2 hours 8 minutes


Dog lovers will delight in this audio celebration of the canine character. From our earliest encounters with Lassie, to the magical moments we share with our own imperfect but thoroughly lovable companions, dogs have become an integral part of our culture and beloved members of our family. NPR proudly presents these tales of unforgettable animals and their devoted human friends.


Introduction by Andrea Seabrook
Dog Stories from Maine
Hounded by Doubt, Dogged Owners Probe a Mystery
Dog Becomes Tigers’ Momma at Kansas Zoo
The Tyranny of Ralph
Cesar Millan: L.A. Dog Whisperer Leads the Pack
My Own Take at Being a Dog Whisperer
Dog Tunes: Tails of the City
At This Church, Parishioners Wear Collars, Too
You Thought Human Actors Were Trouble?
This I Believe: Teaching a Bad Dog New Tricks
Look at That Puppy! Be Careful What You Say
Lulu, the Talking Dog
Anthology of Literature Inspired by Our Four-Legged Friends
A Tragedy That Shouldn’t Happen to a Hero Dog
A Soldier and His Dog, Part 1
William Wegman’s Weimaraners
Fritz, the Blind Frisbee-Catching Dog
Dogs Take Vow: To Serve and Herd Penguins
Bomb-Sniffing Dogs Deploy in Afghanistan
The Kangal: A Turkish Shepherd’s Best Friend
Scientists Reveal How Fast Dogs Must Shake to Dry Their Fur
The Man Behind Lassie’s Onscreen Magic
Russian Dog Wizard Trains Pooches to Paw the Line
Forget the Frisbee; Cool Dogs Catch Waves
The Case of the Mysterious Puppy, Solved! (Sort Of)
Purebred Dog People: A Breed Apart
Researchers Identify Gene Affecting Dog Size
Project Flying Chihuahuas
An Entrepreneurial Dog’s Private Life
Baxter Black Remembers Bailey
A Soldier and His Dog Part 2


NPR Driveway Moments Dog Tales: Radio Stories That Won't Let You Go

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