Bowser Saves the Day
About the Book
When Bowser the dog and his rescuer meet at the top of the Rainbow Bridge, they decide to find a place to live together. They name it Les Maisons, and other dogs and people soon seek Bowser’s home for its welcoming atmosphere and care. Bowser is the Chief Bark Officer of Les Maisons, and with the help of his Board of Directors, he overcomes challenges until Les Maisons is up and running smoothly … for the most part.
Much to everyone’s surprise, Henry plants a garden of nothing but cucumbers and is sad when no one else shares his passion. On the positive side, Lucky was a blind beagle with severe heart problems before he crossed the Rainbow Bridge. With help from friends, Lucky takes up ballroom dancing and plays championship golf.
One Saturday night, though, some misbehaving pups get themselves into trouble when the local police find them dancing Irish jigs on the railroad tracks. As the boss, Bowser comes to the rescue. It’s always an adventure for the residents of Les Maisons: a place of peace, acceptance, and unconditional love.
About the Author
Jane Misheloff is from Malden, Massachusetts, and retired from the USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service. She is an amateur geneaologist who wrote and published the history of her New England ancestors. She is a wife, mother, and grandmother. When not horsebackriding or gardening, Jane supports Mutt Love Rescue, a dog rescue non-profit. She and her husband adopt older rescue dogs. Jane is also the author of Bowser Becomes the Boss.