- 150 pages
- Standard Color
- 5.5 x 8.5 inches
- eBook (epub, mobi, pdf)
- 978-1-5255-5504-6 eBook
- 978-1-5255-5503-9 Paperback
- 978-1-5255-5502-2 Hardcover
Dog stories, Real life stories, True dog stories, Puppy mills, Dog rescue, Life with a dog, Dog love story
Daisyduke Designer Dog
Suppose you are a cute Shih Tzu/Toy Poodle named Daisyduke, and you’ve been adopted by a loving family that takes you along with them on their many adventures? What do you do? You write your life story, of course!
Beginning with her rough start in a puppy mill, Daisyduke describes the trials she encounters while training her new family, and takes us with her through her daily routines, life with her family members and their guests, and even her adventures with groomers, sitters, rabbit poop, and Google.
This story is inspirational and touching, and told as only a little dog with a big heart can. Daisyduke’s unconditional love shines through on every page, and by the time you reach the end of her story, you will have the answer to that age-old question: “What are they thinking?”
Michelle Dennison, with a lot of help from Daisyduke, presents her first book, Daisyduke Designer Dog, the story of her beloved Shih Tzu/Toy Poodle cross puppy. Michelle is retired, and lives in Manitoba with her husband, Kelly, and their latest rescue dog, Everest. She also has three children and two grand-dogs.
She spent fifteen years as a Certified Laser Technician, working in the field of addictions, and her final working years were spent in the death care industry, helping families deal with their losses, a profession she was drawn to after the passing of her brother. Today her passion is to use her writing to provide awareness, and funding, to help animals in need.
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