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Chewy The Street Dog who Brought a Neighbourhood Together by Bruce Klein
  

Chewy The Street Dog who Brought a Neighbourhood Together

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The endearing story of a stray dog, a big St Bernard cross who wandered the streets of Bruce Klein’s home town. Timid but eminently loveable, it seemed his only destiny was to be picked up by Animal Control and euthanized. Bruce Klein and his neighbours devised a plan to save Chewy.

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Chewy The Street Dog who Brought a Neighbourhood Together by Bruce Klein

I really enjoyed Chewy - a book with a powerful and heart-warming message. In a world where old-fashioned notions like community, closeness and neighbourliness seem to have been lost, it is one of those unexpected stories that restore your faith in our collective nature. It also reminds us, once again, what an important role animals can play in our lives. (James Bowen, author of A Street Cat Named Bob). The first time Bruce Klein caught sight of Chewy, this beautiful street dog captured his heart. Chewy had been a stray since he was a puppy. Sometimes he travelled with other street dogs, but more often he made his rounds alone. Bruce began to feed this timid St Bernard Cross, and he soon met other locals who looked out for Chewy too. The neighbours saw Chewy shivering in the winter rain, and knew it would only be a matter of time until the local animal control put him down. Bruce was happy to take him home, but Chewy was big and frightened. Rescuing him wouldn't be simple - the neighbours had to devise a plan...Chewy is the uplifting true story of how a whole neighbourhood came together to change one dog's life. It will capture your heart too.


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About the Author

Bruce Klein is an artist, and also has MAs in Clinical Psychology and Philosophy from Berkeley. His website is www.brucekleinfineart.com. He has lived in Modesto for ten years and is married to Lauren. They share their home with Chewy, and several cats.

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Publication date

22nd May 2014

Author

Bruce Klein

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Author's Website

www.kleinfineart.com/figure...

Publisher

Ebury Press an imprint of Ebury Publishing

Format

Paperback
320 pages

Categories

Biography / Autobiography
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Biography: general
Dogs as pets

ISBN

9780091957056

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