dogs 3 in kitchen

OUR DOGS  Buttercup, Winston, and Lady Bird 

Adopt, foster, rescue?? All good ideas in the land of too many dogs (cats) and not enough homes. Cara Sue started fostering after she lost her “heart dog” and hasn’t stopped  yet. She was up to 50 at the time of the book writing. She is on the East coast and works with a rescue group. Here is her Facebook page for Another Good Dog  and the rescue group/dogs.

Our family has fostered a few cats and dogs, but we were mostly “foster fails” because we just kept them. After loosing Lady Blue our lovely Giant Schnauzer, our home and heart have a big hole. Because I am scheduled to have a hip replacement in October, and then recover, we had decided to wait to get another dog. After all, having four dogs after having five, doesn’t seem like enough! After reading ANOTHER GOOD DOG, I now think we may try our hand at fostering again instead of adopting. There is a new dog rescue in Prescott, AZ: AARF, and Liz, one of the gals running, it is in my new book (soon to be released):  GIRLS CAN BE COWBOYS TOO!   I am sure we will find many possible fosters in her care!

I truly recommend Another Good Dog, it is heartfelt, easy to read, and hopefully will encourage many others to foster, or at least donate. Man’s best friend is calling to us for help!

Also, please consider reading my book about dogs: Dogs, Dogs and More Dogs  ALL my book money is donated to places like AARF.  It is a fun read about how to do some things and how NOT to do others!