Stitch goes from rescue dog to therapy dog!
Sometimes life just doesn't go as well as we would like. For Stitch, this meant starting out as a dog with no home and no family, just wandering the streets looking for food. He had no idea if he would ever be happy and comfortable.
Then he was found and helped by a great organization called Rescue Me Georgia! Wonderful people took him to a shelter, giving Stitch better care and love than he had ever experienced in his whole life. Things were looking good for sure.
But now that Stitch had food and a warm bed, he needed more. He needed a person he could call his "mom" and a purpose in his life. All dogs like having a purpose-whether it's chasing things, finding stuff, or helping however they can.
In Stitch's Story, we learn all about how Stitch grows from a rescued mutt to a dog on a mission, finding purpose where he least expected it!
You're making a difference!
60% of the royalties from the sales of this book go to Rescue Me Georgia to fulfill its mission. For more information, go to RMGdogs.org.
|Publisher:||Social Motion Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.08(d)|
About the Author
For almost two decades as a police officer in Massachusetts, Laura Fogarty performed regular assigned duties as well as crime scene investigations, tactical photography, and training. It was in doing so that she was introduced to the value of photography to tell a story.
When she retired from law enforcement, Fogarty moved to Georgia where she started her own photography business. Laura Fogarty Tactical Photography is dedicated to supporting the relentless pursuit of justice throughout the country. (LauraFogartyPhotography.com)
In addition to her photography, Fogarty continues to use her forensic knowledge to assist agencies in locations around the globe. She is the very proud mother of a U.S. Army soldier and volunteers her time in support of Stitch's work as a therapy dog.
Fogarty is a firm believer in that, by helping others, we help ourselves and our ultimate goal here on earth is to leave it better than we found it.