Author Bette Anunson Anderson’s new book “Home at Last: True Lost Dog Stories” is a heartwarming collection of rescue tales from her home state of Wisconsin

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Recent release “Home at Last: True Lost Dog Stories” from Page Publishing author Bette Anunson Anderson is a series of reflections on the truly selfless and inspiring work that has changed the lives of countless companion animals and the people who love them.

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Bette Anunson Anderson is a former business school instructor, corporate buyer for a department store chain, and real estate chain who married her high school sweetheart. She has been a tireless animal welfare advocate in her native Wisconsin for over sixty years, has published her latest book “Home at Last: True Lost Dog Stories”: a must-read for dog lovers of all ages.

The author shares, “The Lost Dog Project received a number of significant awards, but those could not compare to the heartfelt thanks of the dog and cat owners. Those thanks wouldn’t have been possible without the people involved in the project—the shelter staff who called us with the lost reports, the volunteers who acted as intermediaries with the desperate owners to absorb their heart-wrenching phone calls. There were many other individuals who provided critical information and help—the holding facilities, the county highway workers, farmers, hunters, mail carriers, and bus drivers. I was especially grateful to the volunteers who helped make and put up the lost-pet signs, spent endless hours searching in the snow, the cold, the heat, and the rain for the lost pets, and never complained about being late for family get-togethers, social events, and appointments.

We were an incredibly successful team—one that lived by the saying, ‘It’s only with the heart one can see rightly, what’s essential is invisible to the eye.’”

Published by Page Publishing, Bette Anunson Anderson’s engrossing book is an inspiring collection of ten true lost-dog rescues as well as invaluable insight for pet owners faced with the heartbreaking prospect of the loss of a beloved companion.

“We are, indeed, lucky to inhabit the world with Bette and her team. Her impact is inspiring, and her resolve even more so because, like so many true heroes, again and again, she willingly stepped outside of her life and into the lives of others when it was needed the most; and while she makes it sound easy, make no mistake, to feel, give, and love as fully as Bette has involves extreme sacrifice. Thank you, Bette.”

Betsy Banks Saul
CEO Heal House Call Veterinarian
Founder Petfinder.com and 911FosterPets.com

“The stories Bette Anderson shares in “Home at Last– True Lost Dog Stories” are heart-warming and inspiring. Bette and her team combined remarkable instincts, sleuthing skills, tenacity, and compassion to make many families whole again. While others may have written off these pleas for help saying, ‘It’s just a dog,’ Bette knew these were lost family members and took up each challenge as a personal crusade. Others would have been defeated by extreme weather conditions and downright bad odds but not this team! There are angels among us, and Bette and her team are chief amongst them. Having been in animal welfare work, I’ve seen and lived stories that could harden the softest of souls. Even so, Bette’s book elicited more tears than this old dog should have left to shed. I know –Home At Last–True Lost Dog Stories will inspire others to get more involved in helping their neighbors—two and four-legged alike.”

Jim Tedford, CAWA
President and CEO
Society of Animal Welfare Administrators (SAWA)

“I found myself pulled into the reality of each dog’s story in such a way that it seemed I was right there with the people who made a difference. Feeling the angst of each situation, followed by an uplifting resolution was heartwarming. Indeed, there are real guardian angels amongst us, helping lost pets. It is rare to discover individuals as dedicated as those portrayed in this book.”
Darlene Larson
ASPCA
Senior Director, Community Initiatives (Retired)

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Home at Last: True Lost Dog Stories” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:

Page Publishing is a traditional, full-service publishing house that handles all the intricacies involved in publishing its authors’ books, including distribution in the world’s largest retail outlets and royalty generation. Page Publishing knows that authors need to be free to create - not mired in logistics like eBook conversion, establishing wholesale accounts, insurance, shipping, taxes, and so on. Page’s accomplished writers and publishing professionals allow authors to leave behind these complex and time-consuming issues to focus on their passion: writing and creating. Learn more at http://www.pagepublishing.com.

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