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Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary, located just 30 minutes from Nashville, has become something of a viral sensation on social media. Chances are you know someone who follows the dogs at this foster-sanctuary obsessively, and for good reason! This book for young animal lovers features the stories of just 15 of the hundreds of hilarious, heartwarming senior pups that have called OFSDS home.— Becca
These real-life stories of senior dogs who found forever homes through Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary will delight any young animal lover. TheHomecoming Tales of sweet, sassy, and sometimes hilarious old friends offer kids a unique reminder that no one is too old to give or receive love.
Meet Mack, Dog Bowl contestant and social media star; Marco, a scary tough dog--until someone gave him a second chance; Shaq, a gentle giant who is learning to leave his fears behind; Prince, a laid back dude who doesn't let being blind steal his sunshine; and JuneBug, a spunky sweetheart who just wants to cuddle and keep you safe from the vacuum cleaner. Each chapter in Homecoming Tales focuses on one canine companion from the Tennessee-based dog rescue, with fun facts about his or her breed, stories of silly antics, and the meaningful tale of how this canine companion found a forever family. This delightful middle grade book entertains, teaches, and inspires and will be a new favorite for fans of A Dog's Purpose and the Puppy Tales series.
In this lighthearted, easy-to-read nonfiction chapter book, you'll find
Homecoming Tales is a great gift for any eight to twelve-year-old who loves animals, enjoys volunteer work, or simply appreciates heartwarming stories. With information about care for older dogs, this educational book is also a helpful read for families who are interested in adopting a senior dog.