The World and the Mysteries, a Dog asks, Why? by Okito
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Since he was a pup, Okito has been trying to figure it all out. Finally, he had his human mother get
it all down in a hardcover book with over 60 color photos to illustrate what he wants to share.

Okito wonders about who he meets in the woods, on his walks and in his encounters with
everyday objects and situations. He mulls over the mysteries of nature and the misunderstandings
between humans and the dogs that own them.

Does Okito speak for all dogs? Or are his issues unique to his own experience? Only the dogs
that you know will have those answers.

Okito intends his books for small size and large size humans. Since few dogs can read human
language it is the responsibility of the humans to read it to their dog-panions.


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                                           Interview with the author of
            “The World and the Mysteries, A Dog asks Why?”

    Okito, a Bichon Frise dog from Cooperstown NY, has just released his book of dog philosophy. Fredo, dog-
    famous interviewer interviewed Okito recently.

    What made you want to write this book, Okito?
    Ever since I was a puppy, I have found strange and unusual things in the world. I thought that maybe other
    dogs wonder about some of the same things.

    Where did you get your name, Okito?
    Well, you know the humans give us names because they can’t pronounce our real ones. They should only
    know what we call them!
    (Both laugh (arf, arf..)

    How often do you get your hair brushed out Okito?
    I suffer through it daily. No way would I let them do my paws without resistance.

    Did you consult with any other dogs while writing this book?
    A little bit. Frankly, I’m an only dog at home. When I do run into other dogs on the street or at the dog park, I
    spend my time sniffing in order to get the most important information in dogworld.

    What do you think about the chimp-dog movement?
    I think the decision to partner with humans instead of chimps was a good move by our species Chimps may
    be better at grooming but they have a hard life. So many of them end up working for pharmaceutical
    companies or circuses. What kind of work is that? My human mom is a social worker and I get to go work with
    her and help her out. Personally, I am better suited to human work.

    I agree Okito, plus human cuisine is far superior to chimp food!
    You bet, when is the last time a dog ate a banana? So hard to peel!

    Do you think you will write other books after this one?
    I think my real calling is involved in dog treats. I’d like to dedicate myself to helping dogs figure out how to get
    more treats. MANY MORE.

    Right on Okito, I can speak for all dogs here, you have our full support.
    Thanks, Fredo, I’ll need it. Humans really are so stingy with the treats. I’d skip meals completely if I could get
    more treats.

    I love those chewy ones. Do you?
    I dream about those Fredo.

    Okito, what do you think of that Cesar guy on human TV?
    He’s a trip! Not quite a human but not quite a dog. I wonder what he smells like.  That’s the problem with
    human TV, it all smells the same so you don’t get the details.

    What do you think of the leash, Okito?
    It works for me Fredo. This way I don’t lose track of my humans and get to take them where I want to go.

    This is a personal question, Okito, you don’t have to answer, but here goes: Did you get the
    operation?
    Operation?

    You know, neutering.
    Are you kidding me? I thought I was born this way! I can’t believe my parents would allow that.

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