Lucy's Law: The story of a little dog who changed the world (Paperback)Marc Abraham (author)
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'The campaign for Lucy's Law has been smashing' PAUL O'GRADY
The true story of one little dog who helped bring an end to puppy farming in the UK.
Lucy, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, was born into a Welsh puppy farm in 2008. She was repeatedly bred to produce litters of cute puppies, who were taken from her shortly after birth to be sold online and transported many miles across the UK. Life on a puppy farm is grim, and the dogs aren't vaccinated, loved or looked after.
Rescued in 2013, Lucy's life turned around when she was chosen for adoption and rehabilitated by Lisa Garner, dog-lover extraordinaire. Lisa had shared her life with many dogs beforehand, but she recognised something extra special about little Lucy, and so their unique journey together began which would eventually change the world...
Publisher: Mirror Books
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 258 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 31 mm
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“A Heartbreaking But Also Heartwarming Read”
Lucy's Law is a huge step in closing down puppy farms. Lucy was a puppy that was so scared of humans and household appliances as she has never seen or heard them before. Thankfully she was adopted by a woman who... More
“An interesting, heart-breaking, emotional, and heart-warming read.”
This is a book I kept hearing about and seeing before it was out and I just wanted to read it. I loved the look of the book-the little pics of paws at the starts of chapters, and how can you resist that gorgeous photo... More
“Heartbreaking and inspiring”
Inspiring and well told.
This book tells the tale of the endless campaigning that took place to get Lucy's Law in place and put an end to the selling of puppies where the mother is not seen.
The details of the... More
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