By Teresa Rhyne
A new memoir from the number one big apple instances, no 1 Wall highway magazine, and best 10 united states this day bestselling writer of The puppy Lived (And So Will I)
"A literary masterpiece! Teresa Rhyne writes from the guts and soul... this can be a needs to learn not just for puppy fanatics, yet for someone with a fondness for animals." - Shannon Keith, Founder and President of the Beagle Freedom Project
We rescue canine and convey them into our lives...and frequently they rescue us in return. What could reason a cheese-loving, meat-eating attorney to turn into a vegan? Her puppy. Teresa Rhyne and Seamus the beagle either survived melanoma as soon as, so whilst Seamus develops yet one more melanoma, Teresa vows to struggle back. She unearths larger nutrients for Seamus, and a plant-based vitamin turns into her personal consultant, yet she discovered that isn't sufficient for her-and it is not sufficient for the animals.
As she searches for a extra compassionate way of life, she struggles to discover her position someplace among a hypocrite in leather-based excessive heels and a hippie in a hemp skirt, all whereas dealing with the specter of Seamus slipping away.
When she encounters different canines who need assistance, together with one rescued from animal trying out, turning away turns out most unlikely after every little thing she's came upon. Will turning her existence the wrong way up to rescue extra beagles be the simplest drugs for everyone?
An sincere, humorous ebook approximately canine, relationships and surviving life's demanding situations with humor and charm is ideal for fanatics of Marley and Me, the center position and A Dog's objective will love this touching memoir.
Other books via Teresa Rhyne:
The puppy Lived (And So Will I): the sorrowful, sincere, hilarious memoir of a melanoma survivor
the number one long island instances bestseller
The number one Wall highway magazine bestseller
USA at the present time bestseller
*The first month's revenues of The canines have been Rescued (And So used to be I) went to profit the Beagle Freedom Project*
What readers are announcing approximately The canines have been Rescued (And So used to be I):
"an ABSOLUTELY DELIGHTFUL portrayal of a passionate, zealous lady and the canines (and guy) she adores."
"honest to a fault and totally likable!"
"honest, candid, and full of existence infusing humor."
"laughter, tears & in fact BEAGLES!!!"
What reviewers are announcing approximately The canines have been Rescued (And So used to be I):
"... a love letter to our animals, to who they're and who they make us are looking to be. She additionally reminds us of what her beagles continuously knew; love deeply, flow ahead, and not flip down a snack." - Quinn Cummings, writer of The 12 months of studying Dangerously and puppy Sounds
"With Teresa's attribute intelligence, humor, and intensity...This booklet will switch you...and you will have Teresa to thank." - Linda Sherman-Nurick, Cellar Door Books, Riverside, CA
"... an captivating and heart-warming story of extending the compassion we've got for canines to all animals..." - Jenny Brown, Founder and government Director, Woodstock Animal Farm Santuary and writer of The fortunate Ones: My Passionate struggle for cattle
What reviewers are asserting approximately The puppy Lived (And So Will I):
"This poignant and fast–moving memoir...is evidence that even a hard–charging legal professional is not any fit for a big–hearted beagle." -Martin Kihn, writer of undesirable puppy (A Love Story)
"...encouraging story of finding love and love in unforeseen places..."-Publishers Weekly
"A publication that dares to be honest and unhappy and hilarious all at once."-Susan Conley, writer of The top-rated stable Fortune
"Funny, shrewdpermanent, uplifting, and enjoyable, The puppy Lived (and So Will I) reminds us that animals are between our greatest academics, our strongest healers, and our such a lot steadfast acquaintances. I enjoyed it!"-Sy Montgomery, writer of The sturdy sturdy Pig