Hank: An "Angel Dog"; by David Scheiding

MWSA Review
All dog lovers will understand this story. Hank came into the life of the author’s father-in-law, Herman, after he was widowed. A shelter dog, Hank became Herman’s constant companion offering the love and companionship that he so desperately needed. Hank understood and seemed to always know what he needed to do.

When Herman moved into an assisted living facility, David took Hank to live with him and his wife Jan. Time and again, Hank knew what his people needed and provided it. They called him the angel dog, acknowledging his never-ending desire to please.

The book is an ode to a much-loved dog and anyone who has ever owned a pet will readily identify with it.
Review by Pat Avery, MWSA Reviewer

Author's Synopsis:
This is the story of a very remarkable rescue dog’s journey through life.  Hank was an extremely friendly, intelligent, lovable, and loyal pet.  He brought smiles and love to everyone with whom he came in contact.  He had a tremendously strong will to live.  This was evidenced by him being able to overcame stage III lymphoma thyroid cancer and a stroke.  He lived 15 years and 7 months providing love and companionship as God’s gift to his family.

ISBN/ASIN: 978-1-4809-1972-3
Book Format(s): Soft cover
Genre(s): Nonfiction, Memoir, Biography, Young Adult
Review Genre: Nonfiction—Memoir/Biography
Number of Pages: 100