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Trained at the CIA (Culinary Institute for Animals), Boo zeHound comes from a long line of canine gourmutts and claims as a distant ancestor the famous bartender dog that was in service at the Bowser Hotel in British Columbia during the 1930s, serving beer to patrons, collecting their money and returning with change. Boo first developed his nose for canine cuisine by sniffing out crumbs on the kitchen floor of his pet parents' home in Labrador, Alaska. Growing up on the coast, Boo loved that his diet sometimes included wild salmon and cod. But it was hard to scratch a living in such a remote part of the world, so when Boo was just one year old the family moved to Dog Bluff, South Carolina, which unfortunately was almost as quiet as Labrador. So with nothing much to do but play dead dog, Boo decided it was time to go walkies on his own. He worked his way through the garbage cans of some of the finest restaurants in the finest cities, took a licking from the best gourmutt chefs in the country and eventually earned admission into the prestigious CIA (Culinary Institute of Animals), graduating later with the school's highest honors of five bones. Mr zeHound is recognized as one of the pawmost experts in the field of doggy dishes and drinks and now he has joined forces with Elizabeth Dodwell to produce The BARKtender's Guide series of Dogtail and Pupcake recipe books for the discriminating dog.