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Shanna solemnly passed the butcher knife to Lance, her 16-year-old son. Shanna was a recent widow, Lance, the new man of the house. It was Lance who had brought home the stray.
Shanna had heard about this breed, particularly ones hardened by the streets, trained to do God Knows What. She knew of a test to find out if a dog is too vicious to keep. The test is not without risk.
"I'm going to give her some food," Shanna said, "and then I'm going to suddenly take it away. If she attacks me, you have to kill her."
Shanna put down the bowl. Lance gripped the knife, white-knuckled, wary...
They laugh about it now, nine years later. Honey the pit bull, as sweet as her name.Copyright © 2008 by Gene Weingarten and Michael S. Williamson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I love old dogs, cats, horses etc. This was a toughing, wonderful book. Great pics and profiles!Published 1 day ago by sissybella
I love this book...have had it for years. This copy was for friends who have an aging dog and they loved it too.Published 1 month ago by Momcat
A friend recently bought this book for me the week I lost my 13 year-old male lab. It was probably the most comforting thing anyone could do for me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Annie Shull
I have a copy of this wonderful book myself and have given it book several times as gifts for those who are dogs lovers , also. It is a heartwarming , beautiful, relaxing read. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Harriette Buschman
Love this. As you can see I love old dogs and this made me laugh and cry.Published 3 months ago by Flossie Cox