Dogtripping is one of those books written for any of the people who have ever said “I just want to own a big house with lots of dogs running around in it.”
Author David Rosenfelt takes us on a journey from first falling in love with one special Golden Retriever named Tara, to a true cross country journey with 25 dogs in tow. Rosenfelt and his wife run a rescue organization called the Tara Foundation. As foster volunteers, they tend to keep all the hard to adopt dogs, and usually have a minimum of 20 canine family members. This book tells of their adventure of moving from their home in Southern California to their new home in Maine along with all their dogs, some friends and other volunteers. Throughout the book we are introduced to all 25 of the dogs that made the move. This book will definitely make you laugh, cry and rethink the number of dogs you want in that “big house with lots of dogs running around in it!”
More Reviews from Peers for Dogtripping by David Rosenfelt
“Dogtripping is a hoot! Laugh out loud funny, heartfelt and courageous, David Rosenfelt penned a gleefully sideways addition to the adventure travel canon.”–Steven Kotler, bestselling author of A Small Furry Prayer and Abundance
“Dogtripping contains a lot of great words—but my favorite is the one that David Rosenfelt refuses to write. He does not know the meaning of ‘unadoptable.’ His dedication to dog rescue infuses every page with life’s greatest lessons, of love and caring.”—Kim Kavin, author of Little Boy Blue
About David Rosenfelt
DAVID ROSENFELT is the Edgar and Shamus Award-nominated author of five stand-alones and ten previous Andy Carpenter novels, most recently Leader of the Pack. He and his wife live in Maine with the twenty-five dogs they have rescued.