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This story has it all, and its told from the Dogs perspective, Murder, Mystery, love story, Family and the love of a puppy they named Tucker, the dog was taken from thier home by a bad guy , and it was sad to read in some parts and very exctied ed of my seat wanting more, honestly it was hard to put down because each chapter left you wanting more. Very good story to bring awareness to the abuse Pitbulls go through. -Amazon Review
This story starts with a small-town family, whose father serves as the town sheriff, determined to take down a notorious drug lord peddling narcotics in their community. Amidst this backdrop, the daughter, named Kiki, develops a deep affection for a Blue Nose Pitbull puppy. They bring the puppy into their loving home, but tragedy strikes when he is stolen by a nasty man who forces it to fight, subjecting it to extreme abuse and turning it into a lethal killing machine.
Eventually, the dog manages to take his revenge and escape from its abusive captor. When the police apprehend the dog, they consider putting it down due to its lethal actions. However, a compassionate individual intervenes, recognizing that with love and proper training, the dog, now named Blue, can be reformed.
Blue undergoes a remarkable transformation, responding well to kind treatment and displaying immense potential. Blue becomes responsive and is re-trained to become the best K9 police dog the department has ever known.
Blue will keep you on the edge of your seat, wanting more. Follow his story as you cheer Blue on in his fight for a good life.
About the Author: Marco Mcdewey
I was raised in a very small farming community in the Southern Deserts of California right on the Arizona border. Population of 1100 people, our school was even smaller with only 20 kids in my graduation class of 1983.
I was raised in a very Christian home in the country, where we raised all kinds of animals, from horses to pigs and chickens. I have always had a love for dogs and all animals for that matter.
Dogs have always had a special place in my heart. They love you unconditionally and quite honestly anytime I’ve had a bad day, my dogs take that pain away and make everything better. Family was and still is the most important part of life and my house would not be a home without a dog in it.
I now reside in beautiful North Idaho, where I now have 4 dogs and a cat. I started writing this book as a story about me and my father Buck. My father and my mother raised me to respect all life and with a belief in the golden rule. There is a sign when you enter my home that reads “In this home is where friends become family.”
I hope that everyone who reads my book will take something good from it and if my story helps one single person
it was worth the journey made.
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