DOGS AND UNDERDOGS: FINDING HAPPINESS AT BOTH ENDS OF THE LEASH

Coming in late April: my memoir (it could also be called a dogoir) of my life with rescued dogs. Here’s a short version of the catalog copy for DOGS AND UNDERDOGS: FINDING HAPPINESS AT BOTH ENDS OF THE LEASH, Penguin (Can.), April 28, 2015.

 

Catalogue Copy – Dogs and Underdogs

Elizabeth Abbott had always shared her life with dogs.  But when worlds collided and her beloved dog Tommy was left behind in Haiti, she set out on a journey that took her from the soulless concrete corridors of an American prison to the halls of Mount Sinai Hospital and the ruins of post-war Serbia, and taught her essential truths about the power of hope and redemption among people changed forever by a wagging tail and a pair of soulful eyes – and dogs who found a new lease on life with devoted human companions.

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