Skip is a rescued dog who wants to matter. He loves living in a blissful pack with his human couple, John and Lucy, and he has bow-vowed never to lose them. But when John walks out after seven happy years, Skip and Lucy’s world is turned upside down. Skip is determined to guide Lucy through her identity crisis, but he’s guarding a secret: he’s to blame for the breakup and her broken heart. Now, with the help of a hoarder neighbor, a stray cat, and a boy with autism, Skip must build a new pack for himself and Lucy before she discovers his canine treason and kicks him to the curb.
“In the Doghouse is a story of love, loss, guilt, and new beginnings told from the hilarious yet wise perspective of the lovable family dog.” —Cathey Nickell, Author
“Teri Case has done it again! She's a gifted storyteller, no matter whose point of view she's writing from.” —Kathryn Brown Ramsperger, Author
"A superb choice . . . An engaging story about a woman and her canine overcoming heartbreak as a pack." —Kirkus Reviews
"Incredible! So fresh, uplifting, bittersweet, heartfelt, and emotionally honest. There’s a list of people in my life who need to read this book for so many reasons." —Lizette Clarke, Author Accelerator
"Brilliant book! From the first to the last page, In the Doghouse oozed the emotion that we all know our dogs have, not to mention their common sense. Filtered with friendship, furship and the turmoils of relationships and the promise of things to come, I highly recommend In the Doghouse to everyone and anyone." --Net Galley Reviewer