Thursday, August 25, 2011

Howliday Inn Our Weekly Book Review

As if we weren't already afraid to go to the kennel, Mom decides to bring home Howliday Inn for us to listen to as an audio book from the library. From our experiences, we knew that the kennel is a terrifying experience. We much prefer our daycare provider's house for our overnight stays. However, there have been times when Mom and Dad have had to leave us at the Vet's kennel.

We thought we had it bad until we read about Howard and Chester's adventures at Chateau Bow-Wow. Chester renames the place Howliday Inn. They believe they have discovered werewolves and dognapping.

This story even held Bailey's attention, as he wanted to know if the animals survived their experiences at the kennel.

Mom is listening to the next book in the series which we think will help us prove vegetable gardens are dangerous. We will review it next week.


  1. SOunds like a great series! I'll have to check that out.

  2. I LOVED those books when I was a kid. I had forgotten all about them. My favorite character was the dog.

  3. You two are a crack up!

    woos, Tessa

  4. I've only been to the kennel once, and I don't like it one bit!

    Woofs & hugs, <3

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

  5. Never tried an audio book. Wonder if you can get those on an iPod?

  6. A lot of the tomato plants in Mommy's vegetable garden have dried up. It's easier to see if there are any dangerous creatures in there. Do stink bugs count as dangerous? Keep up the good work protecting your vegetable garden -- a dog's work is never done!


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