Celebrated Pets: Endearing Tales of Companionship and Loyalty

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Heritage House Publishing Co, Feb 1, 2011 - Pets - 128 pages
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Canadian history is full of touching stories of animal companionship, and some relationships between people and their cherished companions are legendary. From Grey Owl and the Beaver People to Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King's "little angel dogs" to Emily Carr's menagerie, these stories describe notable people and their relationships with their pets. Cheryl MacDonald also shares the story of the original Winnie the Pooh, describes the eventful life and the tragic end of Jumbo the elephant and looks at the "valiant but voiceless" dogs and horses employed in police work.

 

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Contents

Prologue
Pets from the Past
Notable Newfies
Jumbo the Elephant
The Real WinniethePooh
Emily Carrs Menagerie
Grey Owl and the Beaver People
Prime Minister Kings Little Angel Dogs
Military Mascots
Valiant but Voiceless
Epilogue
Select Bibliography
Acknowledgements
Suggested Search Terms
About the Author
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Cheryl MacDonald is a full-time writer and historian who has been writing about Canadian history for more than 30 years. Her historical articles have appeared in The Beaver, Old Farmer's Almanac, Hamilton Spectator and Maclean's. A graduate of the University of Waterloo and McMaster University with an MA in history, she has written, co-authored or edited nearly 40 books of historical non-fiction. Cheryl lives in Nanticoke, Ontario, with a household of pets, including Louie the Labrador; Sophie, a senior Siamese; and the Orangetigger twins, Samantha and Arnold.

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