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Rescuing Dogs: E-book release of “Saving Max and Leo”

Leo and Max were rescued from out-of-state shelters and brought to Seattle, Washington. Trainer Marty Gates agreed to work with the pair of unwanted dogs and make them ready for new owners. The animals responded quickly to the training, but the adoption didn’t happen as fast as the rescue team had hoped.


Seattle, WA USA – WEBWIRE

Rescuing dogs will never be successful without rehabilitating them...to make sure the dog and its owners remain content with the new relationship.

A heartwarming, information-packed story of two sweetheart canines is now available on Amazon.com. Read about their rescue (from being euthanized), rehabilitation, and adoption. Live the journey through its twists and turns while also learning some failsafe training methods for dogs with challenging personalities.
 
Leo and Max were rescued from out-of-state shelters and brought to Seattle, Washington. Trainer Marty Gates agreed to work with the pair of unwanted dogs and make them ready for new owners. The animals responded quickly to the training, but the adoption didn’t happen as fast as the rescue team had hoped.
 
“Leo had excessive energy, and Max barked too much,” they explained. “And, when the dogs began competing for food, things turned dicey.” Both were wonderful canines that needed the right owner…and a little more training.
 
Here’s the e-book link for “Saving Max and Leo: A Tale of Two Rescues”
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00YQHBADY/
 
The e-book price is only $1.99. A physical book will soon be available.
 
If you don’t have Amazon’s Kindle device for the e-book format, no worries. Amazon provides free Kindle Reader apps for PCs and Androids. Here are the links:
Free PC download: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UB76290/
Free Android download: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004DLPXAO/
 


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