Amazing Working Dogs - Set of 6

Amazing Working Dogs - Set of 6
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    Author: Linda Bozzo
    Format: Library Binding
    Publisher: Bailey Books
    Series: Amazing Working Dogs
    Ages: 8 to 12
    Size: 7¾ X 9½
    Total Pages: 48
    For Grades: 2 to 6
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    Inside- Police Dog Heroes


    Inside- Search and Rescue Dog Heroes


    Inside- Therapy Dog Heroes

    Whether they are aiding in a fire, helping to apprehend a criminal, or just making somebody feel special, these dogs are truly heroes! This series looks at six different areas where dogs are used to help in different situations.

    Each book includes:

    • Full-color Photographs
    • Glossary
    • Index
    • Learn More

    Titles include:


    Fire Dog Heroes

    "Go, find!" That is the command given to Ashly. Ashly is a fire dog that works with the Dallas Fire Department. Fire dogs help investigators find the cause of some fires.


    Guide Dog Heroes

    Panzy is a guide dog. She helps her blind owner get from place to place. Read about the history, training, what being on the job is like for a guide dog, and what happens when the dog retires.


    Police Dog Heroes

    It takes a special dog to be a police dog. Read about the history, training, what being on the job is like for a K-9, and what happens when the dog retires.


    Search and Rescue Dog Heroes

    "We need Radar's help." Radar is a search and rescue dog that helped rescue a lost teen boy. Search and rescue dogs use their noses to find people.


    Service Dog Heroes

    :Sweater, get it!" Kazi is a service dog. He helps his owner get around her house and while she is at work.


    Therapy Dog Heroes

    Would you like to pet my therapy dog? Tuxedo is a therapy dog that visits people who live in assisted-living centers. Petting and being around dogs makes some people feel better.