Illustrated by Annie Chapman
Nobody’s Poodle is a wooftastic ‘tail’ about a loveable ex-pat pooch uprooted from his home in cold, damp, muddy old England to start a new life in Tenerife. Beautifully illustrated, this is a book for dog lovers of all ages.
Susannah Charleston – ‘Scent of the Missing’
Susannah Charleston shares the adventures with her search-and-rescue dog, a Golden Retriever named Puzzle, and chronicles the close relationship they forge as they search for the lost.
An Inspiring story that shows how dogs can be rescued, and can rescue in return.
This is the humorous, sometimes sad, and eventually uplifting story of Ralph and the friends he has met along the way. He is a rescue dog with a difficult past who loves other dogs, is frightened of people and cars and mesmerized by cats and rabbits. It is partly told through his eyes and describes how what he has experienced before has affected how he interacts with those around him.
Lisa Tenzin – Dolma – ‘The Heartbeat at your Feet’
The Heartbeat at Your Feet is the first book to reveal how you can fully understand and communicate with dogs, and how you can easily eliminate any behavior problems, based on new information about animal behavior.
Pen Farthing – ‘One dog at a time’ -Saving the Strays of Helmand
In a remote outpost of Now Zad, in Helmand Province, Pen Farthing and his troup of young Royal Marines survive frequent engagements with the Taliban and forge links with the local community. Pen’s tour of duty will change his life forever, but for entirely unexpected reasons …Appalled by the horrors of a local dog fight, he intervenes to free the victims. One of these dogs finds his way into the Marine compound – and into Pen’s heart
No Place like Home is the true story of one man’s courage and persistence as he struggles to give his dogs at home, and those still in Afghanistan, the best possible chance. It will warm – and break – the hearts of dog lovers everywhere.
The undisputed canine star of multiple-award-winning movie The Artist tells all. Fromhis humble beginnings as a pound-bound hound, Uggie confesses to his youthful misdemeanours , before taking the reader on a page-turning journey through his career as a Jack Russell pin-up, star of numerous commercials, and bit-part player in several B-list movies.
INSPIRED by the true story of a dog named Rip who was the first search-and-rescue dog during the Second World War, Mr. Scraps is a heartwarming story of courage, love and devotion that will appeal to parents and children alike.
The moving and inspirational story of the friendship between one boy and his dog – Available to buy from February 13, 2014.
Illustrations by Sue Mynall
The Journal of Ted Terrier is a sensitive, poignant, witty exploration into the lives of the human, canine and feline inhabitants of a detached suburban house in England, from the point of view of the family dog, writing about his experiences, life and passions as installments in a journal.
Illustrations by Sue Mynall
Journal of Ted Terrier is a sensitive, poignant, witty exploration into the lives of the human, canine and feline inhabitants of a detached suburban house in England, from the point of view of the family dog, writing about his experiences, life and passions as installments in a journal.
Molly and the Tornado tells about the Greensburg twister from the perspective of Matt’s dog, Molly. It is a children’s book with high-quality illustrations.
illustrated by Britt Sekulic
The Daily Rounds of a Hound by Ed Payne and illustrated by Britt Sekulic is the tale of Molly Malone – an adorable mutt adopted from an animal shelter by a new family. Once home, the family learns that Molly is carrying stowaways – a litter of nine pups.
Some dogs are born to be stars… Chester Gigolo is a Berger Picard who dreams of stardom. In this diary of his ambitious first year, this canine actor, athlete, and author recounts his exciting life in New York City
Do you believe in second chances? Real Dogs Don’t Whisper book is about second chances and miracles. Award winning, Real Dogs Don’t Whisper is more than a book about dogs – it’s a book about life.
The Little Blue Dogma: Louie’s Dog Handbook for Humans promotes humane choices when it comes to our family pets, and the dog’s perspective on adoption, rescue, training and other canine related topics.
Based on the real life story of Karen’s adopted dog Louie, The Little Blue Dog is the first book in the series. Fall in love with Louie as he shows courage and hope for a second chance as a shelter dog.
Using fun rhyming words and whimsical illustrations, Too Many Dogs tells the tale of an overabundance of dogs struggling to live peacefully in a small house.
This book is a critique of traditional dog training and all the myths surrounding it, prompting the reader to look again at why we do certain things with our dogs.