amazing story full of intriguing characters, both human
and animal, and a biologically accurate account of bird
behavior. I coulldn't put it down."
Marc Morrone, Pet expert on the Martha Stewart Show
"In The Parrot Who though She Was a Dog,
Nancy Ellis-Bell shares the magic of making a truly singular
connection with an exotic, intellegent, sensitive, and
essentiallyt wild creature. I can't wait to share this
book with my clients and friends."
Joel Blumberg, DVM at Santa Rosa Veternary Hospital
"Nancy Ellis-Bell has manages to capture on paper
the trials and absolute splendor tht so many go through
when finding themselves being 'owned' by a feathered companion
and shows how the experience can lead to a life of uncondtional
love and respect for these magnificent creatures."
Daniel Kopulos, Veternairy technician and owner of Uptown
Birds, New York City.
"Ellis-Bell shows just how a macaw can steal your
heart - and rule your life! Enjoy a glimpse of living
with these wonderful birds."
Pat Surniak, President of the Redwood Empire Cage Bird
Club, Santa Rosa, California
"Sarah is a delightfully mischevious creature the
reader grows to love as Ellis-Bell did"