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Cesar’s Six Audiobook Picks For Your Dog In October

Calmer dogs. Happier dogs. Seriously.

You may have heard that Cesar Millan recently teamed up with Audible, the leading provider of spoken word content and audio entertainment, to provide a hand-picked selection of audiobook titles that can help your dog stay calm while you’re away. (If you haven’t heard, you can get the lowdown here, with links to free audiobooks, videos and more.)

“My audiobook pick for October,” says Cesar, “is Until Tuesday, a powerful true story about the love between a man and a dog and how they together healed each other’s souls.  It’s told by Captain Luis Montalvan, a veteran of two tours in Iraq who found himself crippled by PTSD.  He wondered if he would ever recover – until he met Tuesday, a gifted service dog with his own history of struggle. How these two wounded warriors found salvation together will draw you closer to your own dog.”

“If your dog prefers a female voice,” Cesar continues, “my choice for the month is the classic To Kill a Mockingbird, read by the incomparable Sissy Spacek.”

Other Picks for October


The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah, narrated by Polly Stone.


Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery, narrated by Rachel McAdams.


A Man Called Ove by Fredrick Backman, narrated by George Newbern.


Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle, narrated by Stephen Fry.

Curious about audiobooks for dogs?

Visit Audible.com to learn more.

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