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  • Genre:PETS
  • SubGenre:Dogs / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:94
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667873428

A Dog's Memoir

by Dorothy Chang-Van Horn View author's profile page

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Overview
"A Dog's Memoir" is a mixture of fiction and non fiction about a dog's life. As a pup, the Chihuahua mix is dumped on Los Angeles mean, challenging streets. There she struggles to survive, is captured, and sent to a crowded shelter. She narrowly escapes euthanization and goes to a busy way station. Her final stop is in a dog friendly furrever home in Manhattan Beach.
Description
"A Dog's Memoir"is a mixture of fiction and non fiction about a dog's life. As a pup, the Chihuahua mix is dumped on Los Angeles mean, challenging streets. There she struggles to survive. While roaming the streets for shelter, food, and water she meets another stray.They agree to remain together for safety and companionship. After many adventures seeking food and shelter, animal control captures and sends them to a crowded shelter. A way station representative rescues both dogs from being euthanized. From the way station, each finally finds a loving furrever home.
About the author
Dorothy Chang-Van Horn was born in Lihu'e ,Kaua'i to dentist, Sau Yee Chang , and elementary school, teacher, Dorothy Chock Chang. Dorothy left Kaua'i after graduating from elementary school for Honolulu. She spent four years at Punahou High School in Honolulu. She was the first Asian to board at Castle Hall. Following graduation Dorothy spent three years at the University of Wisconsin in Madison majoring in zoology and minoring in cultural anthropology. She completed her education at USC graduating with a BS and MS in Zoology and K-14 Education. Dorothy taught Biology for four years at LAUSD's Belmont High School. Hired by the Air Force Dependent School, she spent three years teaching Biology and was a counselor at Johnson Air Force Base near Tokyo, Japan. Returning from Japan, she taught AP Biology, Biology,Physiology, and trained student teachers at LAUSD'S Hamilton High School. She introduced and was the Magnet Coordinator for North Hollywood High School Biological Sciences at Los Angles Zoo. After 35 years of teaching, she retired and opened her travel agency, led tours, and escorted safaris in East and South Africa. Dorothy is a world traveler. She's visited 185 countries and 7 continents, Antarctica is her favorite. Dorothy is the author of"Kid ni Not' and "The Big and Little Five." Her third book, "A Dog's Memoir" is a tribute to her beloved dog, Da Chi and Da Chi's buddies Tu Li and Li On. Dorothy's favorite past times are traveling, safaris, wine tasting, sampling different cuisines, reading, and being with her beloved dogs.
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