Meghan Markle’s Dog Now Has His Very Own Book

When a dog’s owner is famous, his or her furry friend tends to get a bit more attention than say, anyone else’s dog. But when a dog is owned by a Princess in Great Britain, the pup gets to do pretty much anything. Case in point: Meghan Markle’s dog now has his very own book, as reported by Life With Dogs TV.

 

Officially titled His Royal Dogness: The Rebarkable Stoory of Meghan Markle’s Rescue Dog, the children’s book tells the now well-known story of Guy, the beagle that belongs to Meghan Markle and who the Princess rescued from a shelter called A Dog’s Dream Rescue in Toronto after being found in the Kentucky woods. Now a resident of Kensington Palace, her beloved pooch is the canine embodiment of a “rags to riches” tale—exactly why “the dog” decided to pen it in the first place.

 

 

However, Guy didn’t author the book himself, rather, the dog enlisted the help of two co-authors, Camille March and Mike Brumm. And although the title won’t be available until November (that’s your early reminder to put it on the Christmas wishlist!), you can pre-order “His Royal Dogness” on Amazon already.

 

Here’s to hoping the book inspires a slew of new dog adopters just in time for the holiday season—Guy’s just more proof the best pups definitely do not need to come from a breeder.

 

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Rachel Zoldan

Rachel Jacoby Zoldan is a freelance writer and editor living in New York City with her husband two cats, Gerry and Cookie. (Who are, yes, named after a film about dogs.)