"Houses Full of Laughter:
The Airedale Tales."
Among the stories are the nursing home therapy dog who knocked down and held a man who threatened her mistress, the Airedale who figured out how to climb up on another 'dale to steal food from kitchen counters, the one who learned how to make his own purchase from the ice cream truck, the young 'dale who ran from a scary butterfly, and the one who triumphed over a lifetime of health problems. From the humorous to heroic, silly to sublime, these stories will answer the question, "Does anybody else's Airedale do what mine does?"
From start to finish, the book was a volunteer effort. All proceeds
go to Airedale Rescue, which works to provide permanent, loving homes for
unwanted or abused Airedales.
Edited by freelance writer Sherry Rind, the 144-page book is $12 (U.S.) or $10 each for those buying 10 or more copies.
Many breeders are stocking up on copies to give with the pups they sell because the book gives
such a vivid, accurate portrayal of what life with an Airedale is like.