The Diplomatic Dog of Barbados by Winfred Peppinck

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He was just a baby. His mother had taught him to fear but not how to survive. Now he was orphaned and alone. And he had to learn quickly or he would meet the same fate as his mother and his siblings. But his manner of surviving was almost his undoing. What would become of this lonely, starving pup? How would he manage to survive as an outcast of society - the island low-life, spurned and cruelly treated? The Diplomatic Dog of Barbados is an uplifting, entrancing story of a homeless Barbados "Cane dog" (or mongrel, as we know them) who "made good" and became part of the island high-life. From junkyard to jet set. A glimpse into the contrasting lifestyles within the Caribbean island of Barbados as seen through the eyes of a dog and the prism of diplomatic life.
 

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Published February 23, 2007 by Olympia Publishers. 190 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Biographies & Memoirs, Science & Math.

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