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Max: The Dog That Refused to Die

de Kyra Petrovskaya Wayne

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Max The Dog That Refused To Die retells the true adventure of Max, who becomes lost and severely injured but makes his way over rugged terrain reaching a cabin where he is befriended and rushed to a veterinarian. Almost totally emaciated from his ordeal, Max's chances for recovery are slim. Still, his indomitable will bolsters him against all obstacles. A tag with his owner's telephone number allows the kindly strangers to notify the owners of Max's condition. Helped by several specialists and the devotion of his family, Max eventually recovers.Pepper's Ordeal is the true story of another of Kyra Wayne's beloved Dobermans. An open gate leads Pepper to a sinister character and rusty cages full of raging Pitbulls. After some shrewd detective work, Kyra and a pair of courageous boys rescue Pepper from a dogfight training farm, but not without an encounter with the woman with "one long earring".… (més)
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This book is really, really sad. I hate that it is a true story because I feel so bad that a dog had to go through all that :( ( )
  zerosix | Dec 31, 2011 |
Good story about a beautiful doberman that got lost and severely injured in the Sequoia National Forest in California. Max was able to survive for 3 weeks without any real food or water and many broken bones and sores. It shows the will of the animal to get back to his family and the love of the family to not give up on him either. It is a true story, a quick enjoyable read. ( )
  WillowOne | Feb 4, 2010 |
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Max The Dog That Refused To Die retells the true adventure of Max, who becomes lost and severely injured but makes his way over rugged terrain reaching a cabin where he is befriended and rushed to a veterinarian. Almost totally emaciated from his ordeal, Max's chances for recovery are slim. Still, his indomitable will bolsters him against all obstacles. A tag with his owner's telephone number allows the kindly strangers to notify the owners of Max's condition. Helped by several specialists and the devotion of his family, Max eventually recovers.Pepper's Ordeal is the true story of another of Kyra Wayne's beloved Dobermans. An open gate leads Pepper to a sinister character and rusty cages full of raging Pitbulls. After some shrewd detective work, Kyra and a pair of courageous boys rescue Pepper from a dogfight training farm, but not without an encounter with the woman with "one long earring".

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