Gracie an English Bull Terrier: A Handbook for Being Dog's Best Friend

30 years rehabilitating dogs barely prepared Christy for her first Bull Terrier. Add a Collie and Labrador to the mix and life could be chaotic; when it came to medical crisis and stress, these same dogs provided the encouragement to keep going. Including tips on temperament testing, feeding, and training, this memoir/handbook will resonate with dog lovers, affirming why we are dog-people. More

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About Christy Oslund

Christy has lived in the U.S. and Canada, always surrounded by animals. She returned to college as a mature student and discovered she lived with disabilities including dyslexia. Her time is balanced between academics, animal rescue, and gardening.
Her relationship with Gracie, the Bull Terrier, began while she was working on her doctorate and just before she discovered she had developed new life altering medical conditions.

The areas Chris writes about include the history and context of disability studies and disability services; living with disability; and living with and training dogs. She is currently writing a young adult novel, a novel for adults, and a collection of essays about coming to terms with and thriving a life punctuated by chronic illness.

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