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Every year, millions of dogs, cats, rabbits, and other animals across the United States are looking for homes. Many of them never make it out of the city and county shelters alive.
Eldad and Audrey Hagar, two animal lovers from opposite sides of the globe, found each other in Los Angeles, and for the past six years have been on a mission to save animals from cruelty and neglect. Thus far, they have opened their home to more than two-hundred dogs (and a few other species) in need of immediate foster care, as well as saving endangered homeless dogs off the streets.
Join them on their bittersweet journey through their photos and stories of bringing sick, abandoned, and abused dogs into their lives and witness the incredible transformation of these animals not only into the epitome of health and happiness, but into teachers and healers in their own right.
You will find that you are truly lucky when your life has gone to the dogs.
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Audrey and Eldad Hagar are the founders of Hope for Paws, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit charitable organization created to help animals in distress covering all aspects of care; ranging from rescuing and fostering to medical assistance and emergency aid.
Audrey Spilker Hagar and Eldad Hagar have written and photographed Our Lives Have Gone To The Dogs ($15.00). Once you see the dog on the cover and in the book, you will say, Our Hearts Have Gone To The Dogs . The book began with their stories. Audrey was a native of California who lived and slept with the family dog. Eldad was born in Northern Israel who brought home every homeless and sick animal he saw. Today, as a married couple, they share their love of the helpless animal be it on the street or on a death row cage in a shelter. They rehabilitate them and find them suitable homes. The photographs are Valentines to anyone who has loved or loves a dog. On page 23 The two dogs are Fifi and Heidi. Who wouldn t love those two? Not every animal is a dog, there is Junior, the owl, who now resides in the California Wildlife Center. On page 37, like an Eliza of My Fair Lady is Taz(Before) when he was in the shelter and on page 38 Taz(After). He now lives in Lake Tahoe, enjoying the good life and making someone s life a better life. If you are a cat lover, look no further than page 42 and the photos and story of Linde, who Eldad saved in the nick of time. Seems shelters can t afford to sustain homeless kittens. Although my West Highland Whites, Puff who traveled from London with me and would roam the backyard ivy to bring me a rat s tail to show her love, and Misty who was a Valley girl dog who didn t do Ivy, have gone to the dog heaven, I look at their Misty and Roxy in the book and I am reminded of my loves.To find out more about this exceptional couple and their work, go to their website --Beverly Hills Courier
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