Hyde and Seek
Hyde has a will of his own. With lives at stake, can Catherine trust him?
When Catherine discovers herself the guardian of a filthy, skinny puppy, she has every intention of finding him a good home. She does not mean for it to be her home. Now, Hyde has grown into a big, powerful dog and her best friend. By joining mountain search and rescue, Catherine hopes to turn this accidental relationship into a blessing for more than just the two of them. Soon, however, she wonders if she has made a terrible mistake. . . .
What if a member of your family was wreaking havoc on your life?
Julia loves Chance, her family's adolescent Golden Retriever. Her twelve-year-old daughter, Ashley, is devoted to him. Yet Chance is out of control: chasing cars, running away, jumping on everyone, digging, chewing; leaving a path of destruction in his wake.
When Chance is nearly hit by a car after bolting out the front door, Julia is at her wits' end. She and her husband break the news to Ashley that Chance has to go. Ashley can't bear the idea of Chance being sent to a new home, but what can she do to save him? She fears it may take a miracle.
Courage. Strength. Devotion. Another day in the life of a ranch dog.
Pogonip is an Australian Cattle Dog out for a typical day’s work on her sprawling cattle ranch. From catching mice under hay bales to tracking rogue bulls through parched pastures, she’s ready for any task. When a routine excursion becomes a battle of David and Goliath proportions, Pogonip finds herself fighting for the lives of the people she loves—even if that means sacrificing her own.
Grace has found the perfect retreat for herself and her city dog. Or has she?
When Grace and Summer, her Papillon, arrive at a wilderness camp for dogs and their people, Summer is ready to go home before her paws touch the ground. After seeing the wild antics (not to mention the sheer size) of their campmates, Grace agrees. None of the other guests will take Summer seriously, leaving Grace feeling like an outsider at her own vacation. If only everyone else could see the intelligent, devoted dog she sees in Summer. . . . Will they ever understand Summer is so much more than “just a toy”?