If your dog could talk, what would he or she say?

Maia Haag is betting it could fill a book — literally.

Haag, is the president, publisher and co-founder of the Minneapolis-based company, I See Me!, an e-commerce business and the largest publisher of personalized books and gifts in the United States.

In April, the company is partnering with the Michigan Humane Society to offer dog lovers a keepsake book for their pets, called "If My Dog Could Talk."

The book allows the dog owners to choose from 12 different illustrations of dog breeds and then select from four colors to create a drawing that that looks the most like the owner's dog.

The book also includes the dog's name and the name of the owner, four family members and pet. Buyers can add two photos of the pet, one in the beginning of the book and one at the end. There's also the option to upload a special message for the dedication page.

With each purchase, buyers will receive a code for 10 percent off their total purchase price, with that amount instead donated to the humane society.

The book also comes in different gift sets, such as with an embroidered personalized bandanna in a small or large or a personalized place mat which can be used for dogs. The price of the book and gift set ranges from $29.99 to $49.99.

To order, visit https://www.iseeme.com/en-us/personalized-pet-gifts.html.

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