Honey to the Rescue

Bosch, Michael
August 2006
Guideposts;Aug2006, p2
The article discusses the author's experienced being rescued by his dog after his sports utility vehicle fall upside down at the bottom of a ravine. He narrates why and how he adopted a cocker spaniel named Honey from a local animal-rescue center. He recalls his ordeal inside the upside down vehicle and how his dog caught the attention of his neighbor that led to his rescue.


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