A Dog of Many Names

Born a runt, Rascal is destined to be an underdog. Despite what looked like an unbreakable bond with the daughter of the family who bred her, Rascal’s devotion is discarded when she finds herself left roadside, with nothing but a few pieces of kibble to help her survive. Abandoned and alone, Rascal must learn to fend for herself and embark on a harsh and dangerous journey through the mountain wilderness of Southern California. Along the way, she encounters strangers who teach her about the good and bad of humans. But will she ever find a home that lasts? A Dog of Many Names is a courageous story of survival, seen through the eyes of an unforgettable dog, struggling between her greatest needs—to find her own strength, and to love and be loved.

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Born a runt, Rascal is destined to be an underdog. Despite what looked like an unbreakable bond with the daughter of the family who bred her, Rascal’s devotion is discarded when she finds herself left roadside, with nothing but a few pieces of kibble to help her survive. Abandoned and alone, Rascal must learn to fend for herself and embark on a harsh and dangerous journey through the mountain wilderness of Southern California. Along the way, she encounters strangers who teach her about the good and bad of humans. But will she ever find a home that lasts? A Dog of Many Names is a courageous story of survival, seen through the eyes of an unforgettable dog, struggling between her greatest needs—to find her own strength, and to love and be loved.

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Publisher: Circuit Breaker Books LLC
Publication Year: 2021
ASIN: B093CL1F2P
ISBN: 9781953639042
List Price: 13.95
eBook Price: 6.99
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“What an amazing odyssey of resilience! This story of an extraordinary animal is a must-read for anyone who has adopted a rescue dog and wondered about the lives they led before finding their forever home. Through all of this canine’s sometimes-harrowing adventures, she inspires and teaches us to be better humans. —Jane Hammerslough, author of Dematerializing: Taming the Power of Possessions, The Search for Vile Things, and The Home Alone Survival Guide
– Jane Hammerslough, author of Dematerializing: Taming the Power of Possessions, The Search for Vile Things, and The Home Alone Survival Guide
“A Dog of Many Names manages to be both moving and harrowing, and delivers the kind of ending that will melt the hearts of animal-lovers of all stripes. Highly recommended." —Dennis Palumbo, psychotherapist, screenwriter My Favorite Year, author of the Daniel Rinaldi mysteries
– Dennis Palumbo
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