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Despite being abandoned, I became the luckiest dog in the world!
You don’t need to speak dog to understand my inspiring story and learn about love, hope, trust, and care. My name is Bud, and this is my story. Since I do not have thumbs, I had to get help to write my true and exciting story because I wanted to share with children age ten and up why I think I am the luckiest dog in the world.
Bud’s story will warm your heart and hopefully awaken your senses to the “what-if,” your dog could talk. What does your dog call you and what does your best friend (dog) think about life?
This book is also for those who might wish for a dog and want to learn more about the process of adoption. Pet adoption is something that is dear and near to the author’s heart, and she is happy to donate a portion of every sale to, “Pup and Cat Company,” a local non-profit humane society.
Glenda Shaw is a great-grandmother who loves her large family. Born and raised in the south she has always been a reader, writer, and a teacher without a classroom, in the sense that she has always shared and taught others. She loves sharing hugs, food, books, her love for God, and country life. Glenda enjoys making crafts, restoring antiques, and cooking for family and friends. She has been telling her children and grandchildren stories from her childhood for many years and has had miracles in her life that she will be sharing in a future book. Glenda is a lifelong learner of new things which she says helps keep her brain young, so what else did her family expect when she retired but that she would launch a new career and she is loving writing.