Shy, the traumatised Labrador rescued from a puppy farm, arrives on the brink of a breakdown.
Several months after losing their German Shepherd, Molly and her husband John decide
to look into re-homing an elderly dog or a dog with special needs.
Along came Shy, a six year old Labrador, terrified of people and desperately in need of a loving home.
It was never going to be easy taking on such a very needy dog.
Paw Prints on My Heart lets you share the first twelve months of the journey that turned this little dog’s life around. It’s a very personal and true story that has been written to encourage people who are thinking about adopting a rescue dog, to open their hearts and let a sorry little soul in.
|Published: ||June 2017|
|Paperback: ||200 pages|
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Molly Jean Rowe is not a celebrity or a writer; she’s a housewife, a wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who loves her family and has a great love of animals especially horses and dogs.
At an early age in Molly’s life her father brought home a collie puppy. It was the runt of the litter and Molly fell in love. They were inseparable. This marked the beginning of her love for dogs. Throughout her life, Molly has had many dogs, most of them rescue dogs. She has given them a loving home for life.
Molly was never able to own a horse until she was in her mid-forties but since that time she has owned six horses and has never sold one of them; just like her dogs, they have a home for life. She loves riding and showing her horses in hand and has many rosettes.
Writing her first book was not easy but Molly wanted people to understand the ill treatment that takes place in some puppy farms and the trauma that many dogs suffer, in the hope that it will contribute in some way to their welfare.