Roy MacGregor's amiable tribute to the dogs whose companionship he enjoyed at different stages in his life, and continues to enjoy to date, is like the anti "Marley and Me." That is, rather than the presumed trials and tribulations of failing to bend the will of a bright canine to that of a self-absorbed human being, MacGregor reflects in a moving and self-effacing way on how dogs have taught *him* important lessons throughout his life.
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