It's About A Dog

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About the author:
Over the past 20 years, Maggie Couch has fostered more than 100 homeless dogs, in Connecticut and in Colorado. She has loved every one of them, and carries them in her heart always. An animal rights activist, Maggie has participated in demonstrations against circuses, zoos, dog racing, marine life "entertainment," puppy mills and stores, cat declawing, dog tethering, and other horrific practices which hurt our trusting, loyal and loving friends. She hopes that someday very soon there will be no dogs in this world who wait for love in lonely desperation, as did the dog in this story. She hopes that, instead, all dogs will be cherished, protected, and loved, also as was the dog in the story. She lives in Colorado with her two elderly adopted dogs and a neighborhood stray cat who adopted them all and rules their happy home.

It's About A Dog

Authored by Maggie Couch
Illustrated by Tamira Thayne

Oliver the Owl isn't used to caring about dogs. To Oliver's way of thinking, dogs can't be trusted. They eat birds, after all.

But then a black dog-with some white spots-ends up living under the tree he calls home; Oliver discovers he can't ignore, can't forget, and can't fly away from the plight of his fellow being. Will the neglected and chained black dog ever receive the happy ending Oliver believes he deserves?

Oliver narrates the dog's tale from a new and unique perspective, sure to touch the hearts of all who read It's About a Dog.

Publication Date:
1536961051 / 9781536961058
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.5" x 11"
Full Color
Related Categories:
Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Dogs

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