Written for all age groups, this heavily illustrated book shows the tenacity and determination of these special guardian dogs as they keep the sheep safe at Heifer Ranch on the grounds of Little Rock's Heifer International headquarters. (This book is included in Heifer's Read to Feed Program.)
This cleverly written story-poem reminds all pet owners how their beloved animals insinuate themselves into their owners' hearts. In this narrative, a soft-hearted rescuer of a stray beagle named Bailey has no longterm plans to keep this visitor, but Bailey has set his heart on sticking around. The reader follows along
Entitled Me and Tree: Always the Best Big Brother, this book by Lori Jones tells more about her remarkable Treeing Walker hound's affection for other dogs at this real shelter near Piedmont, Oklahoma. Tree also does duty at the shelter as Lori's foreman.
Beautifully illustrated and sure to warm your heart—again!
This first book by dog rescue operator Lori Jones tells about her getting to know her Treeing Walker hound's special characteristics as a helpmate to her and the other dogs at the dog rescue near Piedmont, Oklahoma. You won't forget her special dog named Tree.
Illustrated by artist Mina Sadeghi.
This book provides positive-motivation training techniques for basic manners and specific tasks expected of working dogs. Beyond training these animals, the reader can learn to evaluate both the suitability of a working dog and the suitability of the dog’s client.
This short, heavily illustrated book tells the story of a wild mustang’s rescue from a shelter for homeless horses by a pre-teenage girl. The young horse clings to memories of a glorious freedom with a wild herd of horses before being subjected to cruelties and abuse when captured and later abandoned. A true story.
Short and stocky, Jack has a schnauzer mug and and a fierce pride for his freedom and independence. Living the good life in the dilapidated remains of an abandoned henhouse, Jack roams the neighborhood with his “posse”—two adventurous dogs named Dug and Vicious.
With her usual imaginative flair, Pat Becker brings to life this new series about a band of pet dogs and cats and their adventures in a loving home in an ideal setting. Readers of all ages will smile within when they recognize the human qualities the author has imbued in all these animals.
Once a proud and independent game dog, a German Shorthaired Pointer finds himself abandoned by his owner. Surviving as best he can, the desperate sporting dog finds his way to caring people who are determined to help the unfortunate animal.
Can he find his way back to the familiar world of quail hunting, caring owners, and trusty companions? Or will he wander in life, never fulfilling his destiny as a champion sports dog?
Children of all ages will enjoy singing these postive lyrics and viewing these delightful illustrations. This multi-media entertainment package can be enjoyed by groups large or small, or even by a child alone.
Great for restless kids trapped indoors on a rainy day. illustrated by Edmond artist Margee Gaeddert.
Crossbred between English and German Shorthaired pointers, precocious puppy Bodacious Bo appears destined for fame in the world of field-trial champions. But misfortune strikes, pushing young Bo into a harsh world far different from the life he had been groomed for.
Dixie vows to her lost friend that she will take good care of her orphaned puppy. Leaving behind the farm that had brought them so much suffering, the two dogs embark on a journey that Dixie says will lead “to a better place...a wonderful place...Paradise.” Will they find the home that Dixie calls "Paradise"?