Notes from a Small Dog: Four Legs on Two: A Review

Another wonderful review for the Small Dog! Thank you, Di…

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Notes from a Small Dog, Four Legs on Two.
ISBN 9781910478271

This is my fourth Ani book by Sue Vincent, and definitely my favourite.
A combination of verse and prose, it captures a dog’s eye view of food, cheese, balls, snow, ownership and emotions, with the occasional entry from Sue herself.
This has 142 pages, 146 including the end credits and details of other publications.
The photographs match the chapters, especially Indignant Small Dog where the chosen picture is priceless above the first sentence
‘She hid the ball!’

I laughed out loud at that and kept that smile on my face until turning the light off.

We frolic with Ani in the snow, cheekily pilfer morsels from plates, plead with big brown eyes, and generally get our own way, even when we’ve been in the dog house.
We share long buried bones, commiserate when she’s forced to have a bath…

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About Sue Vincent

Sue Vincent is a Yorkshire-born writer and one of the Directors of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School. She writes alone and with Stuart France, exploring ancient myths, the mysterious landscape of Albion and the inner journey of the soul. Find out more at France and Vincent. She is owned by a small dog who also blogs. Follow her at and on Twitter @SCVincent. Find her books on Goodreads and follow her on Amazon worldwide to find out about new releases and offers. Email:
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5 Responses to Notes from a Small Dog: Four Legs on Two: A Review

  1. beth says:

    so great, and it’s absolutely impossible not to love ani and her tales


  2. Hi Sue. I read and posted my review to It’s being processed but I wanted you to see it right away. My heart is with you and I hope this review does for your heart what this book did for mine as well as all your recent heartfelt posts. Sending love and hugs. Paulette

    Review of Notes from a Small Dog
    In these days of so much devastation and sorrow surrounding so many impacted by Covid, political turmoil, and economic woes, it is a gift to encounter something uplifting to read. Notes from a Small Dog was exactly what I needed. This delightful small book packs a big punch. Well-written, straight to the heart, from the beginning of Ani’s introduction to the computer to her adorable antics throughout I didn’t stop smiling. As I’m writing this review I’m aware of how light my body feels, especially my left chest area deep inside where my heart is filled with gratitude. Being an avid dog lover this was more than a sweet read. It spoke to so much I love about dogs and how they are simply my best teachers. From the pen of a talented author who beautifully expresses the loyalty and companionship unequaled by dogs, comes a wonderful book. Not just for dog lovers but anyone who wants to feel good this is the one for you.

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