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Ambassador Dogs Hardcover – October 28, 2013
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Through the excellent photography and informative stories, the reader gains understanding of the world of dogs and their protectors. Dog owners may find new ways to enjoy or employ their pets and well... as a non-owner, I'll admit to marking a couple of pages for future reference - it's impossible not to love dogs after reading this collection.
A great gift for the dog lover in your family or anyone contemplating acquiring a new pet!
Lisa Loeb shares stories of how dogs have forged relationships with and between humans through heartwarming and captivating looks into the lives of many different dog and human relationships. Having a dog that has helped me as an ambassador, I could connect with many of the stories easily. I enjoyed reading about all of the dogs serving in different roles, from service dogs that help people who are disabled, K-9 working dogs, and search and rescue dogs to companion dogs who like to share their owners bed and wonderful dogs that still need to be adopted. Wonderful pictures of dogs and human companions fill the book.
A wonderful read for dog lovers in the vain of the 'Chicken Soup' series.
This book was provided for free in return for an honest review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a very charming and valuable book !! Especially helpful for those without ready access to benevolent critter resources. !Published 14 months ago by Trixie Birchard
The photos are beautiful, but there was no research done and unfortunately this book is very inaccurate.Published 22 months ago by jasper
This book aptly describes in various venets how dogs serve as ambassadors for humans in thier frail lives. Read morePublished on July 2, 2014 by Kathleen