Working for a Dream: A Therapy Dog Story

by Lee Juslin

Rachel knew she wanted to be a vet from early on. Her mother supported her dream by scheduling vet appointments for times when Rachel could go, too and then, at nineteen, her dream was given a big boost when she landed a job with a vet clinic run by a father/daughter team. Both vets were mentors to Rachel, and she was able to get practical experience in caring for sick animals and even observing surgeries. Not afraid of hard work, Rachel worked full time at the vet hospital and carried a full load of college courses at night. Dreams are worth working hard for.

Beaglemania by Linda O. Johnston: Book Review & Giveaway

by Lorie Lewis Ham

Beaglemania is the first book in a new series by mystery author Linda O. Johnston, author of the Kendra Ballantyne Pet-Sitter Mysteries. Linda calls on her own experience working with animal rescue to create a very believable character in Lauren Vancouver, and a very believable setting in HotRescues, a no-kill animal shelter in Southern California.



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