Beverly West and Jason Bergund are the coauthors of Please Don't Feed the Daisy: Living, Loving, and Losing Weight with the World's Hungriest Dog, What Pets Do While You Are at Work, Pug Therapy, and Fat Daisy: Inner Beauty Secrets from a Real Dog. Bev and Jason are married and live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan with their four dogs, one cat, and two turtles.
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