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Toy Dogs

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The Toy Dogs today are bred solely as pets. They have no other purpose in life except to give pleasure, especially to ladies.

“A Joke” Ladytonholiday’s photos around Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal (shiatzu dog books)

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Travel Dog Books Appoints Shih Tzu Dog Raja to the Title of CEO, First Dog Elected to a CEO Position of a Limited Liability Company

Travel Dog Books Appoints Shih Tzu Dog Raja to the Title of CEO, First Dog Elected to a CEO Position of a Limited Liability Company













Raja the new CEO of Travel Dog Books, LLC

Bridgewater, NJ (PRWEB) November 21, 2011

CEO Raja, is used to long naps, constant grooming, frequent outside walks, and has a mind of his own. Raja, whose real name is Maharaja on his “official birth documents”, is a Shih Tzu dog who has been elected to this CEO title and position of the publishing company Travel Dog Books. He shares the day-to-day duties with his owner and company principal Dr. Helen Asquine Fazio, who actually makes all the official executive decisions. Raja, recently made an appearance at the New York International Book Expo, where he participated in the author book signing event, and “paw-graphing” his new hardcover book “The Journey of the Shih Tzu: From Prehistory to Present, From Asia to the World.”

What is fascinating about his new book is that he chronicles the evolutionary journey of the Shih Tzu breed as an endearing narration by Raja from his flashback memories (as told to) and written by Helen Asquine Fazio. The book also combines years of meticulous research and tells the factual story about the Shih Tzu breed whose story spans thousands of years, journeys across continents and the poignant role the Shih Tzu played in the cross fire of Tibetan and Chinese history. During their journey, they have changed from wolves to companion dogs in the Tibetan plateau. Their mission to China was as diplomats of peace and loyal companions of emperors. During China’s wars of the 1900’s, only a very few ancestors of today’s modern Shih Tzu dogs managed to escape to happy homes all over the world. This hardcover book was written for readers of all ages and is beautifully illustrated with Shih Tzu themed Asian art and photographs. Dr. Fazio would like the world to discover how the Shih Tzu embodies a playful, living representation of the evolutionary blueprint of diverse skills and natural inclinations that is a trademark of this remarkable, versatile Himalayan dog.

Raja has just returned from an adventure to Peru where he was the first Shih Tzu dog to visit Machhu Picchu , the lost city of the Incas, located in the Andes Mountains at 8,000 feet above sea level. Raja got to rub noses with Llamas, meet local Inca descendents, walk through the ancient ruins, and make friends with people from all over the world. His Peruvian adventure, along with his other journeys to Morocco, France, Italy, Chile, and other exotic locations can be found on his blog site – http://www.traveldogbooks.com .

Raja has several other books in the works based upon his many travels to Europe, Africa, South America, and within the USA. He also has a new cookbook coming out entitled “We Are What We Eat, Too! Nutritional Meals for Dogs.”

About Travel Dog Books:

Travel Dog Books is a book publisher and is a division of HA Fazio Associates, LLC. Travel Dog Books also publishes a popular weekly Blog (http://www.traveldogbooks.com) that focuses on dog/pet travel, pet events, pet health, and many other inspiring articles. Raja is the main “spokes pet “ on the site along with his owner and principal founder Dr.Helen Asquine Fazio. In addition to their Blog responsibilities, Raja is also a Certified Therapy Dog and Helen is a guest blogger for Modern Dog and Fido Friendly magazines, as well as, a contributing content writer for Dog Fancy and Dogs Are Ok magazines. She appears regularly as a “Pet Tipster” contributor for Dogster.com and has appeared several times on the national syndicated pet radio show “My Buddy Butch”. Helen has a MA in Art History and a PhD in Comparative Literature.

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18 Nomad’s Trail 25-Feb-2011 Black Dog Books Cover by Allen Anderson Includes 12 Simon Bolivar Grimes Tales by E. Hoffmann Price

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18 Nomad’s Trail 25-Feb-2011 Black Dog Books Cover by Allen Anderson Includes 12 Simon Bolivar Grimes Tales by E. Hoffmann Price

Image by California Cthulhu (Will Hart)
Nomad’s Trail Contents:

Tenderfoot
Treason’s Kiss
Grimes, Outlaw
Reward of Valor
Skeleton Creek Feud (May-1937)
Feud’s End
Hoodoo Town
Salt Crazy
Too Many Cooks
Grimes Gets Religion
Hungry Valley
Nomad’s Trail

Available from:
Black Dog Books
blackdogbooks.net/
Please support their reprint efforts!

Outtake #1

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You wouldn’t believe the amount of biscuits I had to throw at that book to get them to read it.

Deep in thought

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Raja the Shih Tzu Dog, CEO of Travel Dog Books, Uses Peru and Machu Picchu as Inspiration for Second Book

Raja the Shih Tzu Dog, CEO of Travel Dog Books, Uses Peru and Machu Picchu as Inspiration for Second Book











Raja Discovers Machu Picchu

Bridgewater, NJ (PRWEB) January 24, 2012

When Raja, a world traveling Shih Tzu dog (who happens to be the appointed CEO of Travel Dog Books, LLC), sought a research destination for his next pet travel book, he looked far beyond the borders of the United States for a unique destination. Raja’s first book, “The Journey of the Shih Tzu: From Prehistory to Present, From Asia to the World, received rave reviews and has been a huge success. Readers started to request more “real life dog adventures.” Raja’s recent trip to Machu Picchu, a UN World Heritage Site, was an enlightening journey for him and the people that he met, along with local dogs, llamas and alpacas. He recently shared some his adventures on his blog site, http://www.traveldogbooks.com, and a follow-up book is in the works that documents his encounters and this rare visit by a dog to this ancient sanctuary of the Incan civilization.

Raja’s trip was inspired by the 100th anniversary of the discovery of the hidden Incan ruins of Machu Picchu by the American adventurer and Yale professor, Hiram Bingham. Funded by Yale University, National Geographic and his then wife, a Tiffany heiress, Bingham led an expedition into the Andes in 1911 that revealed the awe-inspiring Incan Ruin. Raja concedes he may not be the first dog to visit Machu Picchu, since Hiram Bingham reported that when he first entered the ancient ruins, a local family was living in one of the dwellings and, given the Peruvians’ love of dogs, it is possible the family may have had pet dogs. Raja is, nonetheless, the first Shih Tzu and certainly the first dog CEO of a company, to have made this cross equatorial journey to this historical Incan Citadel in Peru.

Before Raja departed on his trip, travel web sites informed him that local dogs in the Andean mountain city of Cusco (elevation 11,000 feet), the gateway to Machu Picchu, and Aguas Calientes, the foothill town at the base of the Inca ruin, can be territorial and aggressive, which turned out to be misinformation. In fact, many street dogs are sociable and mannerly and Raja enjoyed barking with them as he toured along the narrow cobble stone streets and quaint alleyways, marveling at the astonishing Incan stone architecture, Spanish Cathedrals and flower filled-plazas. Upon his arrival in Aquas Calientes, Raja got to meet and befriend a member of the famous hairless Peruvian Incan Orchid Dogs, a breed of dog with its origins in Peruvian pre-Inca cultures. Her name is Belleza, and she is the pride and joy of the owner at Gringo Bill’s Boutique Hotel. Both welcomed Raja with open arms and nose rubs.

Not resting on his laurels, Raja is planning a new expedition to Nepal in the Himalayas, for his next adventure and travel book subject. But first, he’s looking forward to his annual ski trip with his family. This year it’s Vail, Colorado in early 2012. Mountains inspire this globetrotter because they remind him of his rugged and hardy roots in his homeland of Tibet.

Travel Dog Books is a book publisher and is a division of HA Fazio Associates, LLC. Travel Dog Books also publishes a popular weekly Blog (http://www.traveldogbooks.com) that focuses on dog/pet travel, pet events, pet health, and many other inspiring articles. Raja is the main “spokes pet” on the blog site along with his owner and principal founder Dr. Helen Asquine Fazio. Raja is also a Certified Therapy Dog. Helen is corporate consultant, as well as, a guest blogger for Modern Dog and Fido Friendly magazines and a contributing content writer for Dog Fancy and Dogs Are Ok magazines. She appears regularly as a Pet Tipster contributor for Dogster.com and has appeared several times on the national syndicated pet radio show “My Buddy Butch”. Helen has a MA in Art History and a PhD in Comparative Literature.

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