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A Tail Of Two Cities Book

September 21, 2020

Debbie Stump, an animal advocate who is currently in search of a new puppy to train as a therapy dog, has completed her new book “A Tail of Two Cities”: a lovely tale about a family who brings to their lives a feisty dog who learns to live in a home filled with love and affection.

Debbie writes, “A godsend is a blessing bestowed upon a person by our Heavenly Father who knows more about what we need and when we need it than we do. Upon the arrival of this unruly, untrained, and unhealthy specimen of a dog, we were skeptical, to say the least, that he had been sent from heaven. The next thirteen years would prove to be a strong lesson in patience, stamina, and dedication. Scoobie definitely had a story worth sharing!”

Published by Newman Springs Publishing, Debbie Stump’s touching opus shows the importance of initiative, forbearance, and unconditional love in raising a dog to become proper and house-trained.

Witness the awe-inspiring moments of a family with their adopted dog as they take their time and effort to care for him and shower him with love that he deserves. Readers who wish to experience this cherished work can purchase “A Tail of Two Cities” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.

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