Dogs have saved the lives of men in wartime with their bravery, loyalty and companionship From the World War Two dog that was adopted by the Royal Navy as a mascot, to the recent heroics of explosives dog Sadie in the Afghanistan conflict, this book features tales of canine bravery in the most challenging of environments....
|Title||:||The Dog That Saved My Life (Heroes)|
|Publisher||:||HarperCollins Publishers UK ed edition January 1, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||304 pages|
|File Size||:||695 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Dog That Saved My Life (Heroes) Reviews
This was a really good documentary plus great story of courage above and beyond. He gave much insight into bullying both by the victim as well as the bully making both a little more understandable and perhaps, forgiveable.
you have to read this book. It makes you remember that dogs love no matter what.
This is five different stories about dogs that served in various wars. It describes the amazing abilities they have that saves lives and the comfort they bring to the men and women in their units. If you like dog stories you will love this book.
You will fall in love with the story. I am a dog lover which made it a great read for me, but also I wonderful story all will enjoy.
There was great history and insight in the writing. I loved the stories both human and canine. It really made me appreciate the intelligence in my own four-legged companion.
One of the best books that I've read in a long time. We don't have any leaders in Washington that measures up to any of these dogs.
For a dog lover this is a truly heartfelt book...written with love about the love dogs have for humans
A good read for any dog lover. Was a pleasant reminder of dogs we saw during vietnam war. I had Springer spaniel of my own so was especially relatable.