This is the heart-warming and hilarious memoir of Durf, a yellow Lab who thinks he is the boss of two cats. In fact, he’s pretty sure he’s the boss of the humans he lives with, too. Durf often dreams of performing heroic and awe-inspiring feats to prove to his family once and for all that he truly is the top dog in these parts. His faithful companions, a blue Persian male cat and a female tabby, can’t possibly understand what it’s like to be destined for greatness like Durf. They try to keep him grounded for his own good, but Durf knows in his noble dog’s heart that his greatness adventures are just around the corner.
Inspired by true events, this is the consummate novel for dog and cat lovers alike. The True Confessions of a Badly Misunderstood Dog is Bill Rowe’s ninth book. Two of his books, Danny Williams: The War with Ottawa and The Premiers Joey and Frank, Power, and Lust, have appeared on the Globe and Mail bestsellers lists.