Two-Buck Tails of Rescued Dogs

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We are excited to offer an abbreviated version of our Lost Souls: FOUND! books through this new series, Two-Buck Tails. This special outreach project brings to life the joy, hope, and (occasional) chaos accompanying rescue and adoption in a manner that is affordable and easy to read. Nevertheless, don’t be fooled by the title… These stories are priceless! More

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About Kyla Duffy

Happy Tails Books is driven by a passion to help needy animals by raising awareness about adoption and the proper care of domestic dogs and cats. We are grateful to our volunteer photographers and editors who help us make these books come to life. Happy Tails Books donates up to 25% of gross profits back to rescue organizations. Any rescue enrolled in our rescue partner program is eligible for a donation from each sale made through this website. You can indicate your favorite rescue on the check-out form when you make a purchase. Since 2009, Happy Tails Books has published more than 1,000 stories from people who have fostered and/or adopted dogs and cats!

Co-editors Kyla Duffy and Lowrey Mumford are dog lovers who have been publishing the Lost Souls: FOUND! series since 2009. Lowrey knows journalism, and Kyla has experience in entrepreneurship; this has created the perfect synergy for the Happy Tails Books project. Lowrey and Kyla have two adopted dogs each, and they continue to support the rescues in their communities.

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Review by: Sharon E. Cathcart on March 12, 2012 :
As a humane education/rescue volunteer, I must confess up front that I am drawn to these sorts of books. The happy endings for rescued animals are always heartwarming to me.

That's very much the case with the stories in this little volume. Kyla Duffy has assemble a batch of stories about rescue dogs, written by their new families, that do well to remind us all of the importance of second chances.

Particularly moving were the stories of Punkie and Tabby. These are two different tales, each concerning a special needs dog who was chosen by a special needs child to be their best friend.

If you are looking for a book that will make you feel good, this is it.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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