I Rescued Two Dogs: Now Who Will Rescue Me?
Is a daily account of two rescue dogs as they settle into their new home. The author, Diane M. Sullivan, Assistant Dean at the Massachusetts School of Law, rescued two chow chow puppies after her 14-year-old chow Winnie passed away. Apollo and Sasha are the stars of this new book, who day after day find new ways to cause mayhem and destruction at home, in the park, in the street, or the hiking trail.
Page after page is filled with actual accounts and photographs of the hilarious antics of two adorable, mischievous puppies growing into adorable mischievous adults.
You won’t want to put this page-turner down.
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