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Love at first bark [electronic resource] : how saving a dog can sometimes help you save yourself / Julie Klam.

By: Klam, Julie.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Riverhead Books, c2011Description: 1 online resource (173 p.).ISBN: 9781101547236 (electronic bk.); 1101547235 (electronic bk.); 9781101547960 (electronic bk.); 1101547960 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Klam, Julie | Dog rescue -- Anecdotes | Dogs -- Therapeutic use | Dog owners -- Biography | Human-animal relationshipsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Love at first bark.DDC classification: 615.8/5158 Online resources: Click here to access title or place hold
Contents:
Morris the pit bull, couples therapist -- My darling Clementine -- There is a dog house in New Orleans.
Summary: Julie Klam returns with more humorous insight into life with canine companions. She focuses here on dog rescue, and its healing power not only for the dogs who are cared for and able to find good homes, but also for the people who bond with these animals. Klam became involved with rescue as a way to help and participate in a community, but she never imagined just how much she would receive in return. The dogs she has rescued through the years have filled her life with laughter and contentment, sorrow and frustration, and they have made certain that she never has a dull moment. Along the way, she has collected stories from friends who have also found that guiding dogs to nurturing homes made their own lives richer. These experiences show us that even in our smallest gestures we can make a big difference.--From publisher description.
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Julie Klam returns with more humorous insight into life with canine companions. She focuses here on dog rescue, and its healing power not only for the dogs who are cared for and able to find good homes, but also for the people who bond with these animals. Klam became involved with rescue as a way to help and participate in a community, but she never imagined just how much she would receive in return. The dogs she has rescued through the years have filled her life with laughter and contentment, sorrow and frustration, and they have made certain that she never has a dull moment. Along the way, she has collected stories from friends who have also found that guiding dogs to nurturing homes made their own lives richer. These experiences show us that even in our smallest gestures we can make a big difference.--From publisher description.

Morris the pit bull, couples therapist -- My darling Clementine -- There is a dog house in New Orleans.

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