Finding good breeder, Finding good rescue, Back yard breeders, Puppy mills, Dog abuse, Dog rescue, Dog adoption
Mastering The Art of Dog Rescue
No relationship is more satisfying than the bond between a beloved rescue dog and the human who saved their life.
Recycled Love takes you into this beautiful and heart-wrenching world. The no-holds-barred tales offer the public a behind the scene look into the world of dog rescue. Factual details are woven with real-life stories of rescue dogs and the lives they lead when they find their forever homes. As the author knows too well, you don’t just save a dog; you want the dog to thrive.
Recycled Love is an emotional firsthand account of the author’s personal experiences as a dedicated animal advocate. Her passion and emotion will ignite a fire inside you and open your soul as you read about the intricacies of rescuing a dog. Dogs have always offered so much to humanity, asking for nothing in return. The least we can do is offer a helping hand when they are hurt or homeless.
Recycled Love ultimately proves rescue dogs are not damaged—humans have let them down. The loving forever homes where the dogs are flourishing demonstrate the love and commitment from the humans who saved them. Heart-warming stories in the book include the rescue dog that became a Therapy Dog after being saved from a large-scale breeding facility, the silly rescued husky that insists on stealing lettuce, or the retired greyhound who loves his Elvis Presley sandwich—peanut butter and bananas.
Whether you are interested in adopting a homeless dog, love dogs, want to get involved with a rescue or engage in animal welfare advocacy, there is something for you to enjoy in Recycled Love.
Tracy Jessiman has been involved in dog rescue for over twenty years. She writes a weekly column about pet issues and rescue and is often sought out by local media for comments on animal abuse or pet-related legislation. For many years Jessiman highlighted homeless pets on local radio. She loves to cycle, bake, create new jam recipes and paint one-of-a-kind pet portraits. She lovingly donates all proceeds from her pet portraits to rescues. Jessiman has owned many wonderful rescue dogs and has fostered, transported, and advocated on their behalf. She has been rescuing animals most of her life, but she believes animals have rescued her.
Jessiman lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, with her husband, Earl and their cherished rescue dog Sheena.
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