Marnie: Shelter Dog to International Star! 7



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Once an old, sick dog who was found on the streets and named ‘Stinky’, Marnie the Dog got a second lease of life when she was adopted from a shelter at age ten.
marnie-the-dog-shirley-braha-2Soon, her signature looks and endearing personality would capture the hearts of not only her new owner, but nearly everyone she encountered.
After photos and videos of Marnie started circulating online, Marnie began charming millions over the world.

Whether you’re a dog or human, Marnie proves it’s never too late to start a new chapter of your life and live it to the fullest.

Marnie The Dog: I’m a Book, by Shirley Braha is more than its undoubtedly cute photos; it challenges us to adopt an old dog, they have so much to offer.

Using a sophisticated creative process comprised of unlimited treats and lots of love, Marnie and her human companion have created their first book of never-before-seen photos, and a few classics, too.


Marnie The Dog: I’m a Book, by Shirley Braha is published by Hachette Australia and available to purchase from Dymocks



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  1. She is gorgeous. There can be pitfalls with adopting an older dog. We did this quite a few years ago, and with Freya came a lot of health problems that we were unaware of. She lived with us for 5 years until she became extremely sick and we had to have her put down. We loved her very much but she did cost us a lot of money in medication. She was around the 9-10 year mark as well.

  2. This was my beautiful Missy 💟
    Three years and I still think of her every day and missing her so much 💞

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