Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 I had never taken in a dog before, but I was drawn to Sadie, and when I saw her at the shelter, I knew I had to take her to the vet. I didn’t want to adopt her, but I wanted to help her walk again.
#2 I was on a two-lane country highway as I drove past the fallow corn and cabbage fields, past the rough, weather-beaten barns and spiraling silos. I watched Sadie in my rearview mirror as she couldn’t stand, but after a brief struggle she was able to sit up and press her black nose against the window.
#3 I was driving into Illinois to bring home a dog that had been in a shelter. I was met with two things when I opened the back hatch of my SUV: a very guilty-looking dog and the overwhelming odor of dog mess. I knew that Sadie had been through a lot, but she still let me touch her.
#4 The vet said Sadie would never walk again, and that the bullet and shrapnel in her back were too embedded to be removed. He suggested I get her a cart so she could be pulled around.