Bandit: The Heart-Warming True Story of One Dog's Rescue from Death Row
Employing a unique combination of psychology, philosophy, sociology, and dog training theory, Vicki Hearne recounts her experiences with Bandit, a dog deemed so dangerous that the state of Connecticut condemned him to death. Hearne rescued Bandit and was soon entrenched in a legal battle that extended well beyond his case as she fought to prove that no dog is inherently vicious. She quickly discovered the factors that contributed to Bandit’s behavior and set about releasing the essentially “good dog” that lay within.
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Not Reader FriendlyUser Review - gr8pittylover - Overstock.com
This book is not what I thought it would be while there is valuable information and somewhat a story about Bandit the author goes in several different directions and gives her opiniongoes off on ... Read full review
Bandit: dossier of a dangerous dogUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
In Stamford, Connecticut in 1987, Bandit was condemned to death for being a dangerous dog, an alleged "pit bull'' who had bitten twice, once in defense of his friend and property and once in self ... Read full review