Oogy: The Dog Only a Family Could Love Epub ☆ Dog

Oogy: The Dog Only a Family Could Love In the bestselling tradition of Rescuing Sprite comes the story of a puppy brought back from the brink of death, and the family he adopted In , Larry Levin and his twin sons, Dan and Noah, took their terminally ill cat to the Ard Animal Hospital outside Philadelphia to have the beloved pet put to sleep What would begin as a terrible day suddenly got brighter as the ugliest dog they had ever seen one who was missing an ear and had half his face covered in scar tissue ran up to them and captured their hearts The dog had been used as bait for fighting dogs when he was just a few months old He had been thrown in a cage and left to die until the police rescued him and the staff at Ard Animal Hospital saved his life The Levins, whose sons are themselves adopted, were unable to resist Oogy s charms, and decided to take him home Heartwarming and redemptive, Oogy is the story of the people who were determined to rescue this dog against all odds, and of the family who took him home, named him Oogy an affectionate derivative of ugly , and made him one of their own

About the Author: Larry Levin

Larry Levin and his family live in a suburb of Philadelphia, PA He is an attorney in solo practice He and his wife, Jennifer, have been married for twenty six years Their sons, Noah and Dan, are eighteen Oogy is eight.

10 thoughts on “Oogy: The Dog Only a Family Could Love

  1. says:

    I really wanted to love this book it had all the traits of a tearjerker abused puppy left for dead by dog fighters, rescued by a kind hearted veterinarian s assistant, adopted by family, and is the most loving dog despite the past abuse An

  2. says:

    Sweet story, but not a great book Author spends way too much time in the first half of the book talking in far too great detail about things other than the dog on the cover Don t get me wrong, I don t mind hearing about the author s children a bit

  3. says:

    ing pet stories Even when they don t die from old age at the end, they still make me cry Oogy was no different This story was so sweet you could rot your teeth out but no matter I was still sucked in by the story of Oogy Oogy was abandoned after being a b

  4. says:

    What if every person carried with them a tiny piece of what makes Levin and his family so great A tiny piece Would that be so hard Imagine the difference that would make for the animals in this country In the world I finished this last night and I hope I get to m

  5. says:

    Read a memoir or narrative nonfiction book.I actually read this months ago but forgot to mark it as read or write a review for it Which probably says something.I am a dog lover I think I ve made that clear I enjoy stories about animals and about their own stories of hope

  6. says:

    Lufu, the Old English word for love, is why Larry Levin chose Oogy when the badly disfigured pit bull puppy jumped into his own adopted boys laps and lives Levin s lufu is profound and we are all so much better off because of Oogy.

  7. says:

    I made a shelf for Yahtzee books books I use as a solid surface for my Yahtzee score sheet that I read when it isn t my turn As a Yahtzee book, Oogy is a five stars A solid book Bearing down on Oogy, my pencil marks were sharp and clear As an actual book, Oogy is Dullsville It s a happy

  8. says:

    Oogy is such a heartwarming tale I have never heard of the breed, Dogos, before reading this book and the author did such a nice job of making this dog jump off the pages The story begins with the adoption of twin boys, the death of a beloved cat and finding the love of Levin family s life in t

  9. says:

    Oogy The Dog Only a Family Could Love by Larry Levin was not what I expected it to be like I expected a fast paced story of a dog who was abused then adopted into a loving family I m not saying that the dog wasn t adopted and cared for by a loving family, I m saying that the way it was written made me

  10. says:

    Oogy s story is a dog s ability to rise above human cruelty and still show love, forgiveness and sweetness His early abuse as fighting dog bait is mercifully brief and can only be guessed at I liked how the author was open about his family relationships, his twin son s adoption and Oogy s health and behavioral

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