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Will Hank rescue the dog of Beulah's dreams?

It's the first day of quail season, and Plato the Bird Dog is missing. At first, Hank is willing to let him stay lost. But when Beulah pleads for help, Hank caves in and takes off in search of Plato. Before he can catch a scent of spotted bird-dog, he finds himself face-to-face with an angry mother hog and her litter. Can Hank's quick wits help him out of this fix? Or will he become hogmeat?

Slim sings "Hunting for Bird Dogs" and "Jerky Symphony in Nothing Flat".

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©2002 John R. Erickson (P)2002 John R. Erickson

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"John R. Erickson's reading of his own work is superb, as always. The music and sound effects are an added bonus to a production that will keep listeners howling with laughter." ( AudioFile)

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  • Rebecca Huff
  • 19-01-2018

Always entertaining!

Hank the Cowdog stories are always funny and relatable and clean. Mr. Erickson is not only an amazing writer, but when he performs the stories himself, you can feel all the 'heart' he puts into his work.

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