Damp Dogs & Rabbit Wee

DD&RW - amended bleed for CreatespaceMy book, ‘Damp Dogs & Rabbit Wee,’ can be bought in either paperback or Kindle formats, direct from all Amazon sites, including Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com.

Here are some comments that have been left by readers:

(Five stars *****) Delightful!

By Dyanne Gordon Green on 6 Nov. 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

What a delightful, well-written book! The author invites the reader into his world of professional pet services and it is a wonderful place. Yes, there are damp dogs, and yes, there is rabbit wee and it’s all makes sense. I fell in love with the dogs and their distinct personalities. Light and humorous but also filled with touches of true, heartfelt emotion. The writing style is reminiscent of James Herriot’s “All Creatures Great and Small” series. I highly recommend this book and hope Mr. Jackson continues to share his stories.


(Five stars *****) From a career in banking to one in barking (dogs that is!)
By Suzy Cue on 2 August 2015
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
The author, relates his transition from former bank manager to ‘pet-care professional’ with raw honesty. How he turned the bleakness of redundancy into a life changing opportunity. From hot tempered hamsters, ferocious felines, distressed dogs to tearful goodbyes, his animal adventures will have you laughing out loud one minute and crying the next.
With his pack of dogs, he takes you with him through the beautiful Scottish countryside. His razor sharp wit, clever lively dialogue and entertaining escapades are a real page turner.


(Five stars *****) A ‘pedigree’ book

By Gail Reid on 8 August 2015
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

Whether you have a lurcher, a cairn, Siamese or a stick insect called Brian you’ll recognise your own beloved pets in the characters and escapades in this book. In Damp Dogs and Rabbit Wee we romp with the ever keen Marley, witness teeny-tiny Lulu and Dulcie take on the Dobermans, and share the joys of Misty and ‘take no crap’ Bramble. Cee Tee Jackson’s journey from the corporate world of banking to the reality of dog walking and pet care will make you laugh and cry and has throughout it a core of real humanity.