How Can You Give Up that Adorable Puppy?
Stories of Guide Dogs Growing Up
by Ray Rebmann
Cover art by P.J. Hoover
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Explore the wonderful world of raising guide dogs. Follow the progress of Becky and her parents, working and living with lively, lovable Labrador Retriever puppies destined to become “eyes to sightless persons.”
Dealing with assorted personalities, human and canine, the family learns about dogs, and how other people feel about them. In the process, the family members discover themselves.
Funny and sad; entertaining and informative, the stories of the pups’ antics blend with those of people encountered along the way to create a rich mosaic of experience, human and canine.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Retiree Ray Rebmann keeps busy raising Tessie, the family’s guide puppy in training. He also writes fiction. His story "Chalk Town" is an e-book under contract with Wild Child Publishing. He maintains a blog with the "Cape May County Herald" newspaper, where he worked as a reporter for years.
Rebmann lives in the wilds of New Jersey, with Alicia, his wife of 27 years. He has two grown children, who’ve gone off into the world, and one puppy at home… until it’s time to give her up.
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