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Noble friends

by Pamela M. Dickson

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Heartwarming animal and human tales from the hedgerows of England to the gently rolling hills of the Virginia countryside told by Pam Dickson and her noble band of friends. Like her fellow countryman, James Herriot, Pam invites us into her magical world. There's Fred, the pig, bottle-fed from birth by a determined little girl who refused to let him die, and Gallant Lad, the first of many ponies and horses. Pam's first American encounter of importance was Rocky, her famous German Shepherd. The team of Rocky and Pam were instrumental in pioneering the concept of pet therapy for the old and the young alike. Thanks to Rocky, Pam was able to establish her nationally known Fursman Kennels, Ltd. in Middleburg, Virginia. Enter Spotty, a saucy little Jack Russell who tried Rocky's patience but proved to be his gentle friend in later years. Chip, the canine journalist, offers us an insider's view of life in the kennels, complete with hilarious descriptions of those strange creatures called humans. Noble Friends is not just a book about animals, nor is it merely a training manual; it is a story of friendship, hard work, dedication and love. In Pam's words, "All of God's children are capable of being noble friends, all we have to do is try."

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