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An engaging full color how-to guide, that offers a diverse perspective from those who foster, the animals' adoptive families, and even the rescue pups themselves! Industry leaders also provide essential insights and expertise. This interactive experience also offers the opportunity to fetch one of the 25 downloadable extras.
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Foster: Saving the World One Pooch at a time or 10 Other Ways You Can Help
An engaging and informative full color 160 page how-to guide, Foster: Saving the World One Pooch at a Time offers a diverse perspective from those who foster, the animals' adoptive families, and even the rescue pups themselves! Industry leaders also provide essential insights and expertise.
Packed with humor and heart, this interactive experience also offers hundreds of photos, insider tips, and the opportunity to fetch one of the 25 downloadable extras or view custom videos.
Can't foster? No problem! We have options and opportunities so diverse they can fit any interest or schedule.
About the Author
About the foster mom of this book: Maureen Ann Flaherty Maureen Ann Flaherty, (aka "Mo") is a writer, public speaker, marketing, consultant, actor, lyricist and doggie foster mom. She has worked in corporate communications and for non-profit groups and has held some "interesting" jobs, such as forklift operator and playing the lead role in an Emmy-nominated short film, Radioman. Her first release The Portable Sister was published by Andrews McMeel. The little encouragement book is like having a sister to cheer you on throughout the day. Her second book, released in the winter of 2014, The Stained Glass Heart was published by Cooper & Rogers. Rich in imagery, the book encourages you to hold on and press on and to know that you are treasured and loved. Flaherty's how-to guide on fostering and other ways you can help animal rescue was released in Fall of 2016. Focusing on momma dogs and puppies, she has fostered over 200 dogs in five years. Mo describes herself as an "idea person" and splits her time between working with youth and writing with her collaborator and best friend, Theo, her black lab.
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