Giveaway: The Lost Dogs

Called the “Vicktory Dogs” by many, the 47 pit bulls who survived Michael Vick’s cruelty have struck a chord with the nation. The Lost Dogs: Michael Vick’s Dogs and Their Tale of Rescue and Redemption tells the tale of how the dogs came to be rescued, and the extraordinary lengths that some very caring people went through to make sure the dogs got a second chance. We read this amazing book when it first came out, but it has now been updated with a new afterword that tells the story about some of the dogs! We were really excited to read it, as the book completely drew us in the first time (you can read our review here).

Some are now certified therapy workers and many are adored family members, proving that pit bulls, just like any other dog, just want to be man’s best friend.

In THE LOST DOGS: Michael Vick’s Dogs and Their Tale of Rescue and Redemption Jim Gorant tells their inspirational story of survival and presents the entire account —from the frustrations of the investigation to the individual rehabilitation of the dogs themselves, to a new afterword updating us on the happy lives they now have. We have a copy to give to one lucky reader! Would you like a chance to win the book?

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  • The winner will be chosen at random and contacted by email. They will then have 3 days to respond, otherwise a new winner will be chosen.

Thanks and good luck!
*This giveaway is now closed, congrats to Ed Nemmers.*


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  1. Michele Shiver says:

    I have read the first 60 pages of this book at the bookstore and so far it is good and very interesting, but would love to own my OWN copy. I own two pit-bulls myself (Buddy, age 9 and Macy, age 4) and I am very passionate about animals. I volunteered at one of the shelters where I live getting to know the dogs, playing with them and walking them. I rescued Macy from the shelter, the people that owned her before abused her. But now, since coming into my life, she is the happiest dog I know. She has gained weight (and you can no longer see her ribs) and she wags her tail constantly. I love my dogs!!

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