Dog book of the month or so:
This is the 6th in our series of dog books. This month we are featuring another non-fiction book. "Secret Service Dogs: The Heroes who protect the President of the United States", by Maria Goodavage. in the scary time of terrorism, United States Service canine teams risk their lives to safeguard the president, vice president, their families, visiting heads of state and a host of others. In this book Goodavage interviews the handlers, as well as those who began the canine program in the Secret Service. Through her interviews she shares their stories of heroism in a way that is incredibly fascinating and very touching. My favorite is a canine named Hurricane, who is the dog who became a hero when their was an intruder on the lawn of the White House. For Hurricane it is not only work since he lives for belly rubs.
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The newest Member of our family,
CANYON VIEW GERMAN SHEPHERDS
I started my love affair with German shepherds when I got my first shepherd when I was 12 years old. His name was Captain, and he was my protector. He walked me to school and back each day, and when I started working he would walk me to my bus stop and back. He also bit my boyfriends, so needless to say, I didn't date much in high school. Having and raising them is so much more than a hobby--it is my passion. And, thankfully my husband loves the shepherds as much as I do.
Contact us at:
Dennis and Bonnie Walker
206-817-9265 or 206-818-9047 cells, firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail
In Loving Memoriam
" If there are no dogs in heaven, then when I die, I want to go where they went". - Will Rogers-