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A SEARCH FOR THE PERFECT DOG & A SEARCH FOR THE PERFECT CAT
Aug. 13, 2018
Author:
Gary Shiebler
Category:
Non-fiction: General/Other
Description:
"Dogs are like coffee, cats are like tea. I can't imagine my life without either." As his mom used to say that, the author Gary Shiebler chronicles one man’s constant search for the ideal pet companions in the entertaining narrative style, and reflects on those dogs and cats that have graced his life from his childhood to the present.
In a series of stories respectively with the most popular pets in the world, Shiebler leads the reader through the inspiring journey of understanding and acceptance, to discover the love, loyalty, responsibilities, compassion, and trust along the way. From those challenges that each dog or cat brings, he learns valuable lessons not only about being humane but about being human.
Dedicated to a lifetime of rescuing, fostering and adopting a myriad of dogs and cats, Gary Shiebler works as a humane educator at the renowned Helen Woodward Animal Center in Southern California. His work bears much of the inspiration for “A Search for the Perfect Dog” and “A Search for the Perfect Cat”, and has also been featured in such books as “Love of Goldens: The Ultimate Tribute to Golden Retrievers,” “Soul Menders-Listening to Animals” as well as numerous pet-related publications.
Rights available:
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Other Information:
Gary Shiebler, an award winning singer and songwriter, now works as a humane educator at the Helen Woodward Animal Center in Southern California, where he lives with his wife, daughter and two dogs and two cats.
Shiebler’s first book "A Search for the Perfect Dog" was published by Random House in 1997 and sold 20,000 copies. And also, he has published “The Power of Paws: Reflections on a Life with Dogs” (Lyons Press, 2008) and The Power of Purrs: Reflections on a Life with Dogs” (Lyons Press, 2008).
Contact:
Hongyan Wu
One Piece Agency
onepieceagency@163.com
Beijing
Offering #:
14158
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