Can your dog teach you a thing or two about life? Sharon Langford thinks so. In a series of sixteen stories, she shares the lessons she has learned from a lifetime of rescuing and caring for homeless and injured dogs. Each of the stories prove that as with their human sidekicks, it's not the pedigree that enables these abandoned and neglected individuals to become faithful and congenial companions, it's their souls. Some of the instructions Langford has received from her canine friends include the importance of overcoming rigid beliefs; the necessity of approaching life with strength, will, and tenacity; ways to make the most of there you are; the importance of not comparing yourself to others; and the joy of finding the simple pleasures in life. A treasure trove of memorable character studies, life instruction, and helpful qRescue Tips, q Living with the Rescues is a call to arms for readers to open their hearts and doors to the neediest.If I am driving the dogmobile (a Honda Element that I bought primarily because of the dogs), they wait for me to open the ... the tiresawhich have just driven through pastures and the barn area to get to our houseaprior to getting their treats.
|Title||:||Living with the Rescues: Life Lessons and Inspirations|
|Publisher||:||Greenleaf Book Group - 2011-12-22|