Book ↠ A Dogs Gift 272 pages

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Book ↠ A Dogs Gift 272 pages  A decade ago former military counterintelligence officer Terry Henry joined his precocious young daughter Kyria on a trip to a nursing home in order to allow its residents to play with their family dog a golden retriever named riley Terry was astounded by the transformations that unfolded before his eyes Soon after TeErry and Kyria have christened the bump where each individual service dog chooses its new owner through an almost mystical connection that ignites the healing process incorporating vivid storytelling insights into canine wisdom history science and moving tales of personal transformation A Dog’s Gift is a story of miracles bound to be embraced by not only the 60 million Americans who own dogs but by anyone with a full heart and a loving sou I really enjoyed this book The learning about dogs and their interactions with people was my favorite part

Ebook ↠ A Dogs Gift ë Bob Drury

A decade ago former military counterintelligence officer Terry Henry joined his precocious young daughter Kyria on a trip to a nursing home in order to allow its residents to play with their family dog a golden retriever named riley Terry was astounded by the transformations that unfolded before his eyes Soon after Terry and Kyria started their service dog organization paws4people with the goal of pairing dogs with human beings in need of he I wanted to like this book but between the writing about children with horrendous handicaps the paws4people jabs at the way other service dog organizations do things I just wasn't feeling it The writing style seemed too close to the organization to make it feel wide ranging

Bob Drury ë A Dogs Gift Doc

A Dogs GiftAling including traumatized and wounded war veterans and children living with physical emotional and intellectual disabilitiesIn A Dog’s Gift award winning journalist and author Bob Drury movingly captures the story of a year in the life of paws4people and the broken bodies and souls the organization mends The book follows the journey of pups bred by the organization from their loving if rigorous early training to an emotional event that t I won this book for free from the Goodreads free book giveaway contest and what a joy this book is My only regret was taking way too long to read it Honestly I was a little worried that it would hit too close to home so I shelved it I would look at it and avoid it knowing from my own experiences how things can affect me As a disabled veteran I know too well the pitfalls so I was scared I had heard of the paws4people organization through my volunteer work at my local animal shelter I've worked with various organizations on improving shelter animals uality of life especially Dogs Playing For Life or DPFL and that was life changing work I love itSo anyways this book was an absolute joy to read and I thank God I won it If you can get through this book without letting a few tears flow I'd be surprised I appreciate how so many people are working to help others struggling with surviving with every day life challenges And what really captivates me about P4P is it isn't just military centric They incorporate children with disabilities too Which is fantastic So please please please read this book and then go and look up p4p See what they really do See how they positively affect and save lives If you can donate anything helps And I'm not affiliated in any way with P4P in case you're wondering But this book does give a great view into this program the lengths it takes to train a service dog and IMO helps to give us the reader a look into something most of us have never thought a single second about Thank you Mr Drury