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Joey is a veteran stand-up comedian, voice talent, actor, and award-winning short filmmaker.

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anita avedianAn exciting, tail wagging story about the relationship between Snoopy the shelter dog, and his human friend, comedian Joey Camen.

Comedy and calamity ensue with various dogs, cats, and colorful characters you’ll meet throughout Snoopy and Joey’s thirteen year friendship.

Snoopy, the best-looking Sheltie-mix ever to come out of the Burbank Animal Shelter redeems Joey’s distrust of dogs from a boyhood incident in Detroit and brings immense joy to his life.

Animal lovers will laugh and shed a few tears, as they enjoy this unique and entertaining perspective on the dog-human connection.

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"A heartfelt memoir that chronicles one man’s relationship with his mixed-breed dog. At the age of 10, Camen had his heart broken when his parents, without rhyme or reason, took away his puppy. Camen harbored a deep bitterness about the loss and never got close to another dog. Then a miracle comes into his life in the form of a half-Sheltie, half–American Eskimo puppy. Told in an earnest and humorous voice, Camen’s memoir traces his 13-year journey with his dog, Snoopy. From the moment Camen saw the pup at the Burbank Animal Shelter, he knew there was something special about him..."

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“Many people don't realize that when they rescue a pet, the pet also rescues them. Joey Camen demonstrates that with warmth, humor and a few tears in this touching story of his life with Snoopy. And if anyone knows a good story about a guy and his dog, it's me.” 

Jon Provost — Animal lover and actor best known as Timmy from "Lassie"

I LOVE this book and couldn't put it down. It will make you smile with Joey's wonderful sense of humor, and it will pull at your heart strings as well. If you don't have a pet, you will want to rush out and get one and if you DO have a pet, it will make you want to hug them a few extra times each day. Snoopy will never be forgotten and now I know why "Dog" is "God" spelled backwards.” 

Beverly Washburn — Dedicated animal rescuer and actress, whose many films include "Old Yeller"

“My Life with Snoopy proves that sometimes a savior or soul mate comes in the form of a dog. Joey’s story is a heartfelt revelation of the unconditional love one can find at your local animal shelter.”

Stacie Wood-Levin — Senior Animal Control Officer, Burbank Animal Shelter