Recent BLOG Posts
Nuala Gardner Choosing a puppy in the Gardner household was a major event. Young Dale suffers from severe autism rendering even the slightest deviance from routine terrifying for him. His parents have struggled to reach him through the barrier of autism. The dog was their last hope...
Larry Levin Oogy as a survivor of a dogfighting ring, and his face showed the scars. He was missing an ear and half of his jaw. A veterinary hospital took him in and worked hard to save his life. He recovered and was ready for adoption.
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.
Maria Goodavage (author of Soldier Dogs) Although the military officially sees dogs as part of the equipment of war, assigning them numbers, as they would a tank or gun, Lucca becomes known by her name, and her amazing skill at seeking out weapons and IEDs earns her a reputation and ultimately, an unofficial Purple Heart.
Benoit Denizet-Lewis New York Times reporter Denizet-Lewis goes on a cross-country journey with his lab Casey to find answers to his questions about our relationship to our dogs and what we can learn about American values and identity. A funny, insightful, moving memoir/travelogue that pays tribute to dogs and their admirers throughout this country.
Dr. Ian Dunbar Dr. Dunbar is called the world's leading authority on puppy training and behavior. He originated the off-leash puppy classes, and has led a revolution in fun training for pups and grown dogs. This is a thorough and easy-to-follow training guide that would make a great new puppy gift!