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December 2, 2006

Albany -- An Albany native's book about the relationship between humans and dogs is published and distributed nationwide.

Carla Genender was at the Books-A-Million store signing copies of her book "DogSense."

Ninety-nine different dogs are written about in the book, among them are family pets, rescue, and therapy dogs. Each dog includes a photograph, short story, and a tip about relationships.

"So if you take those tips and think about them in terms of people, then you realize they apply to how our dogs treat us, yet if we were to treat other people that way it would make them feel better and it would make our relationships better," said Carla Genender.

Genender lived in Albany until her senior year of high school. She says DogSense is book number one of what she hopes to make into a series.

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