Weekends with Daisy: How a Very Special Puppy Changed My Life

Weekends with Daisy: How a Very Special Puppy Changed My Life

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By (author) SHARON KAHN LUTTRELL

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  • Publisher: Sphere
  • Format: Paperback | 320 pages
  • Dimensions: 127mm x 199mm x 22mm | 266g
  • Publication date: 12 September 2013
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0751553700
  • ISBN 13: 9780751553703
  • Illustrations note: 8pp section
  • Sales rank: 139,586

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I'm half crazy, all for the love of you ...Daisy is a mischievous ball of yellow fluff who enjoys chasing her tail and wrestling with her favourite toys. But life is not all treats and cuddles for the adorable Labrador puppy; Daisy is training to become a service dog and will one day become an invaluable companion to an adult or child with a disability. Little Daisy spends the weekdays with Keith, a prison inmate who is able to dedicate himself fully to her training. At the weekend she goes home with Sharron Luttrell, who introduces the happy-go-lucky pup to the chaos of family life. As Sharron begins to fall in love with Daisy, handing her back to Keith becomes increasingly painful. And as the end of Daisy's training programme approaches, Sharron wonders if she will ever be able let her go ...

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Author information

Sharron Kahn Luttrell is a former newspaper reporter who works as a freelance writer. Her articles and columns have appeared in publications including the Boston Globe and the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine. She continues to volunteer as a weekend puppy trainer.

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"Daisy not only helped Luttrell focus and learn how to diffuse tensions with her teenage children, the adorable yellow Labrador also helped her see how dogs can transform the lives of the inmates who train them and the people they go on to serve."--Mail Online