Shasta The Rescue Dog

by Linda Gotsch
(Redding, Ca. USA)


A charming story about the journey from neglect to a loving home, this dog's eye view is a wonderful tale of love. Shasta's story is one that many people will relate to. It is well written and something you will want to share with others. Highly recommended.

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