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Stephen McGarva When the author, an artist and adventurist, took a trip to Puerto Rico, he did not expect to become a rescuer of abandoned dogs, satos, on the beautiful Playa Lucia, but that's exactly what happened. And it cast him as the lead in a strange, heartbreaking, and passionate drama.
Marty Kingsbury Illustrated by Tatiana Messina Oricito, a Chilean pup, has never been alone. In all of his eight weeks on earth, his mother and littermates have made the world a smaller, friendlier, and more playful place. But now they are all gone. As the sun rises on a new day, Oricito realizes that he too must either find his way or stay and die.
Faculty of the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University The Cummings School treats more than 28,000 cases annually, and its faculty includes patent-winning veterinary investigators and practitioners. These folks know dogs, and definitely have much to enlighten a brand new puppy family. This book covers health, training and behavior. A...
Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg With 150 gorgeous photographs and accompanying text about the Puppies Behind Bars program, this beautiful book will stir you and inspire. A great accompaniment to PAWS FOR LOVE, which is about another prison dog program.
The Quest for Longer-Lived Dogs Ted Kerasote After Merle's departure, the author chose a new pup to share his life. Suddenly, he was thrown into a recent culture around dog nutrition and care, conflicting arguments for and against vaccinations, food preparation, etc.
Spencer Quinn The newest installment of the Chet & Bernie Mystery series markes the seventh book, and is as brilliant and entertaining as the previous sixth. This one takes place in DC where Chet and Bernie are sucked into an international conspiracy.