Love at First Bark
Oct 26, 2012
Author: Julie Klam
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Riverhead Trade (October 2, 2012)
With wit and warmth, Julie Klam chronicles her adventures in finding a home for the world’s sweetest pit bull, fostering a photogenic special-needs terrier, and diving under a train to save an injured stray in New Orleans. Along the way, she finds that helping dogs in their fight to survive puts our own problems in perspective, and shows that caring for others, be they canine or human, can sometimes be the best way to care for ourselves. A hilarious and moving testament to the powerful bond between people and dogs, this is a book for anyone whose life has been changed—for the better—by an animal.
What more can I say, a slim book - perfect for the purse or bedtime reading - extolling the wonders of dogs and the love and comfort they can provide. How they can make you a better person just by being in your life. Stories that make you tear up and then smile.
I love the book for the big-nosed puppy on the front cover!
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