The Dog Who Healed a Family

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Harlequin, Aug 1, 2010 - Pets - 304 pages
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In this charming collection of nineteen stories, you can't help but fall in love with the unlucky fawn who is saved by a nursing home, the troublesome rabbit who warms her way into a new family and the good (German) shepherd who comforts the sick. These are stories of hope, humor, triumph, loyalty, compassion, life and even death—but most of all, these are stories of love and the extraordinary animals who make our lives the richer for it.

 

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User Review  - SugarCreekRanch - LibraryThing

The Dog Who Healed A Family is a collection of touching animal stories. I loved the variety of animals in the collection -- not just dogs and cats, but also ducks, parrots, pigs, deer, raccoons, and ... Read full review

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very sweet heartfelt and heart tugging book about animals and how the can change the lives of everyone they meet. Read full review

Contents

The Puppy Express
1
Sweet Elizabeth
13
Frankie Buck
23
I Love You Pat Myers
36
Sister Smog and the Windshield Viper
49
A Swan Called Porcelain
57
An Experiment in Love
67
Goose Steps
79
Woman and Dog to the Rescue
114
How Do You Spank a Duck?
127
Connie and the Dog
137
The Owl Release
142
The Good Shepherd
149
Saving Trouper
155
The Pig Who Loved People
164
Afterword The Year of Pure Love
173

The Dog Who Healed a Family
86
A Deer Asks for Help
99
Wheres Bubba?
105

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About the author (2010)

Jo Coudert is the author of nine books, including Seven Cats and the Art of Living. A lifelong animal lover, she lives in Califon, New Jersey.

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