It’s About the Dog

by  Guilie Castillo Oriard

The A – Z Guide for Wannabe Dog Rescuers

published in paperback and eBook April 2018

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soft full-colour cover, 152 pages

paperback ISBN:  978-1-925536-19-5

eBook ISBN:  978-1-925536-20-1

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What PEOple are saying about It’s About the Dog

“I am truly humbled after reading this book. Guilie and I share the same passion and same love for animals and after reading her book, hearing about her experiences and the lessons she’s learned along the way, it’s clear how much of that passion courses through her veins as she continues to fight for those who can’t fight for themselves. The saying “I didn’t know what I didn’t know” really applies for me. I had no idea what was going on at the “front lines” of rescue work and as I read the book it made me that much more grateful to have my dogs by my side because without people like Guilie, I wouldn’t. It’s a great read that kept me engaged and informed but it also made me laugh and cry. Very few books can evoke tears from me, but these were the good kind. Thank you, Guilie and to all the other rescuers out there for all the hard work you do to bring these special animals to their forever homes.” ★★★★★

~ L M, reviewing It’s About the Dog ePub eBook – click here


“Not only an incredibly thorough and brilliant How-To, but a pull-at-your-heartstrings look at the selfless world of dog rescuing—and a must-read for anyone who loves dogs. This book will renew your faith in humanity.”

~ Robin Cain, author of The Secret Miss Rabbit Kept


“This is a must-have book on every would-be, could-be, and veteran dog rescuer’s shelf. Guilie Castillo Oriard’s It’s About the Dog: The A-to-Z Guide for Wannabe Rescuers is packed with invaluable information gleaned from experts and experience, on how to put good intentions into successful practice so you can provide real help for four-legged friends in need.”

~ Lynne M. Hinkey, author of Ye Gods! A Tale of Dogs and Demons