A six month old puppy gets abandoned in the mountains. He meets a she wolf and discovers an odd talent that he has for manipulating the thoughts of others: wolves, other dog aliens like himself, and even humans. This talent comes in handy when he finds himself in a cage at the animal shelter, but Clem’s about to find out why he has this talent, and what he’s supposed to do with it.
This is a happy dog story where the dog still lives at the end. It intends to amuse dog lovers of all ages. The reading level is about forth grade. Children aged 9 and older should be able to read it on their own. All of the content is rated G and appropriate for all ages. Younger children will be able to follow the story if it is read aloud to them.
Deliberately written as Christian allegory, this is also a story about the power of prayer in our everyday lives. Adults will find deeper meanings in the allegory, such as “This world is not our home.” The sequel, Dog Aliens 2: Oreo, is now available. It explores the problems we have when sharing our faith with others.
“…an alien version of Beverly Hills Chihuahua vs. Air Bud…” Virginia
“I love the tone the author uses from the dog point of view. I was giggling…” Jenny Z