My Dog Skip

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This article is about the book. For the film, see My Dog Skip (film).

My Dog Skip is a memoir by Willie Morris published by Random House in 1995.

Book Cover of Movie Novelization

"My Dog Skip" is the story about nine-year-old Willie Morris growing up in Yazoo City, Mississippi, a tale of a boy and his dog in a small, sleepy Southern town that teaches us about family, friendship, love, devotion, trust and bravery. Willie and Skip's relationship goes beyond that of owner and dog, but is a relationship recognized and celebrated by the entire town.

In 2000, the book was made into the film My Dog Skip. Although Skip was a Fox Terrier, a number of Jack Russell terriers were used in filming, two of which were Moose, and Moose's son Enzo who both portrayed Eddie on NBC's sitcom Frasier.

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The original dog in the book, Skip, was actually a Smooth Haired Fox Terrier,and not a Jack Russell portrayed in the movie.