The Lost Dogs
(The Proper Pit Bull)
The Lost Dogs by Jim Gorant is an important book for pit bull owners and lovers.
In The Lost Dogs: Michael Vick's Dogs and Their Tale of Rescue and Redemption Jim Gorant not only chronicles the events surrounding the most notorious case of animal cruelty in recent history, he also tells the story of the amazing dogs that survived and thrived and the rescuers who saved them.
As an acclaimed author and senior editor of Sports Illustrated, Gorant has the ability to command the attention of a wide audience. Consequently, this book has the potential to make a significant impact on the public's perception of pit bulls, dogfighting and animal cruelty--making it a 'must-read' for bully lovers.
What Others are Saying:
"The Lost Dogs takes an up close and personal look at society's ultimate underdogs, and the animal lovers who bucked the odds-- and the system--to save them. Gorant has crafted an insightful and uplifting tale about the way that nurture can sometimes triumph over nature, and how the remnants of cruelty can be transformed through the power of hope and love."
-Allen St. John, author of The Billion Dollar Game: Behind the Scenes at the Super Bowl
"Jim Gorant's remarkably even-handed The Lost Dogs is a gripping story of redemption that uncovers the other side of the Michael Vick story. A portrait of dogs as individuals, caught up in events that reveal the best and worst of human nature, The Lost Dogs will validate dog lovers and possibly transform cynics as well."
-Ken Foster, author of The Dogs Who Found Me
"Jim Gorant goes beyond the headlines of Michael Vick and the Bad News Kennels to richly tell the rest of the story: how these amazing dogs, in the wake of such brutality, help bring out the best in the human spirit."
-Tom Verducci, author of The Yankee Years
The Lost Dogs will be released September 16, 2010. But you can reserve your copy now. When you order through the link below, a portion of your purchase will benefit The Proper Pit Bull. Find out more about how you can support this free, informational website.
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