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Service Dog Training Facility: Architectural Studies By Juana Salazar
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Architectural design project studies by the undergraduate students from the Community Engagement Studio, for a facility to train service dogs to assist disabled American veterans. During the Spring... More > 2014, the students interacted with a 'community client', the conscientious non-profit group, Veterans Assistance Dogs of Texas. This book sheds new light on how a community group can give back more with development design assistance, how disabled persons can be assisted on their journey of recovery towards a better quality of life, how rescued dogs from shelters can journey into becoming trained assistance partners, and how local architecture students demonstrate progress in their career journey to become design advocates by promoting their collegiate architectural knowledge.< Less
Dogs, Donkeys, and Circus Performers By Janine Jacques
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Hilarous stories of animal adventures on a path to making the world a better place for all creatures; big, small, four legged and two legged. However, the book is not just about animals, its about... More > thinking outside the box, checking your ego at the gate, living a purposeful life that benefits others, and most importantly laughing through life's challenges.< Less
Dog Thieves, Street Fights, & School Wreckers: Tales of an Expat Do-Gooder in the Dominican Republic By Caitlin McHale Floreal
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A collection of stories from the no longer existent La Vida Idealist blog on Idealist.org. Author Caitlin McHale Floreal lives in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic where she runs a non-profit... More > organization called Project Esperanza. Topics covered include inconsistent electricity, cultural differences in waiting in line and customer service, gender inequality, and more!< Less
Dog Thieves, Street Fights, & School Wreckers: Tales of an Expat Do Gooder In the Dominican Republic By Caitlin McHale Floreal
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A collection of stories from the no longer existent La Vida Idealist blog. Author Caitlin McHale Floreal lives in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic where she runs a non-profit organization called... More > Project Esperanza. Topics covered include inconsistent electricity, cultural differences in waiting in line and customer service, gender inequality, and more!< Less
My Golden Retriever Years Started at Twenty-Five! By Nancy Kreger, VMD
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In this book, Dr. Kreger relates her touching and humorous experiences with Golden Retrievers, one of her favorite breeds of dogs, both her own and her clients’ and friends’. It is meant... More > to be an enjoyable read for both children and adults with stories that owners of all dogs can identify with. Dr. Kreger graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine, in 1995. She is also a Molecular Biologist and presently works for the United States Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service, participating in research projects dealing with agriculturally important diseases. In addition, she has been training for several years in the field of veterinary forensics and is a charter member of the International Veterinary Forensic Sciences Association as well as an associate of the American Academy of Forensic Science.< Less
My Golden Retriever Years Started At Twenty-Five! By Nancy Kreger, VMD
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In this book, Dr. Kreger relates her touching and humorous experiences with Golden Retrievers, one of her favorite breeds of dogs, both her own and her clients’ and friends’. It is meant... More > to be an enjoyable read for both children and adults with stories that owners of all dogs can identify with. Dr. Kreger graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine, in 1995. She is also a Molecular Biologist and presently works for the United States Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service, participating in research projects dealing with agriculturally important diseases. In addition, she has been training for several years in the field of veterinary forensics and is a charter member of the International Veterinary Forensic Sciences Association as well as an associate of the American Academy of Forensic Science.< Less