ANGELA PATMORE    Book Number: 86671    Product format: Paperback

Information, Inspiration and Practical Support for Re-Homing a Rescue Dog. Dog rescue charities are at a crisis point and need kind people to come forward. With facts and figures, as well as moving cases of rescue dogs written in both prose and poetic form, and a foreword by Joanna Lumley, this guide will give you all of the information you need to give your rescue dog the best life possible. Chapters in this guide range from 'I Want an Unwanted Dog' and 'The First Day', to 'Obedience' training and 'Behaviour Beyond Bearing'. Each section contains a vast array of guidance, whether that is an explanation as to how you can 'put yourself in the dog's place' followed by a series of poems from a rescue dog perspective. Accounts of rescue dogs range from small fact boxes including Willow the Shepherd Cross who was taken to live on a farm in Gosfield and Penny, part of a troupe of rescue greyhounds on the boarders of Essex and Suffolk, who mothers her collection of furry toys, to poems depicting events in the rescue dogs lives such as the lovers Tiger and Tilly whose romance was threatened with separation before eventually being saved by Claire Hannan, and the author's ex-racer Jo who was lamed and discarded before being rescued and finding himself rehomed by the author. Paperback, illus and photos, 178pp
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ISBN 9781472138026
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