He is nameless. He is homeless. He is lost.
Until he is found . . . by a team of mutts who shelter him and teach him how to survive the wilds of the city park.
And so he becomes Waggit, the best hunter and tracker in the pack.
But life in the park is dangerous and uncertain. In winter, food and warmth are scarce. Another team of wild dogs is a constant menace. And there is always the fear of capture by park rangers. Waggit can't help feeling that something is missing . . . something warm and cozy . . . and human. Then one day everything changes and Waggit must face a new threat and a new choice.
Peter Howe's tale of an abandoned puppy's search for home is an exciting mix of humor, adventure, and suspense. Most of all, it is a story of how love can turn strangers into family.
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Summary: Heartwarming must read tale of a cruelly abandoned young puppy who learns survival and the true meaning of friendship thanks to other abandoned dogs, so that he learns to recognise and accept love and trust from a human again.Oct 24 2009 | Read Full Review of Waggit's Tale
Like a Dickens orphan he is adopted by a new family, a pack of feral dogs living in the park hunting and scrounging for food, hiding from dog catchers, and keeping each other warm and alive during the "long cold" of winter.| Read Full Review of Waggit's Tale
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