Bowser Becomes the Boss
About the Book
Helga was lonely before she met Bowser, a German shorthaired pointer mix that liked to get his own way. They were perfect companions and grew old together. Sadly Helga became too sick to care for Bowser. She moved to an assisted-living facility where residents could not keep pets. Through a local dog rescue group, Bowser went to live with Jane and Steve. Jane and Bowser visited Helga often in her new home. They took many walks together in the garden.
After too few years with Jane and Steve, Bowser crossed the Rainbow Bridge one evening. He waited patiently for Helga to join him one month later at the Bridge. Together they set out to find a new home. Eventually, they found the perfect spot where they built a community named Les Maisons. There, dogs could come to wait for their owners to join them or owners could come to wait for their dogs to cross the Rainbow Bridge.
Word spread quickly about this new community as more dogs and humans arrived daily. Bowser, as Chief Boss Officer, was called on frequently to help solve some “adjustment” issues with newcomers. With help from new and old friends, Bowser and company made Les Maisons a place of love and joy where dogs and their owners can live happily ever after.
About the Author
Jane Misheloff is a Massachusetts native and former United States Government employee. She holds a BS, an MBA, and a PhD Degree. Jane is an amateur genealogist who has published her family’s history. She enjoys spending time with her family, gardening and horseback riding. She also adopts older rescue dogs.