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For Bea: The Story of the Beagle Who Changed My Life
     

For Bea: The Story of the Beagle Who Changed My Life

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by Kristen Von Kreisler, Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson (Foreword by)
 
Harried from recent changes in her life, the last thing Kristin von Kreisler needed was another dog. But when she came upon Bea, a scrawny beagle abandoned by the roadside, she couldn't turn her away. Bea became part of her family, and changed it forever.

Disheveled, malnourished, and terrified of human contact, for months Bea seemed damaged beyond repair.

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For Bea: The Story of the Beagle Who Changed My Life 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A well written story on how even a tortured beagle changed and filled her new family with love. my favorite passage from the book is 'If dog-show judges rated beagles on decency and goodness, dusting Bea's trophies would have taken all my time' page 93
Guest More than 1 year ago
A good book about how you can learn from a dog. I have a beagle an I can relate to this story. Adefinite 5 stars.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Becoming a dog owner for the first time in the last year, I am the proud parent of two beautiful beagles. As in this book, I have discovered that a beagle is just an angel in a furry body ¿ you can¿t find a sweeter, more gentle, loving pet. This book tells Bea¿s story, but also is sprinkled with beagle facts and information on animal testing. This book maybe too 'fluffy' for some guys, but I think that overall anyone whose life has been touched by a beagle will enjoy reading it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Recently adopting our first Beagle, and being delighted at the uniqueness of this precious creature, this entire book was incredible. Daisy, our Beagle, can be described in one word, 'Clown'. She personifies a love for life and playing and loving, just like Bea. The family that had her as a pup, wanted to get rid of her, because she scratched on the door to go out, and it damaged the wood. Their loss, our gain. Just like Bea, life is just one big playground, and it was as if I was reading Daisy's story in so many ways. Bea was a remarkable find and I wish I could have known her, but in so many ways, I feel as though I did. The author wrote with such love, that the story just seemed to take you into their home. I would recommend this book to anyone who has ever loved a their four legged child and a must for a Beagle owner, that is new to the breed, the way we are.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A must-read for those who believe in the greatest gift that pets give to us humans ---their unconditional love. This book not only touches your heart but also your soul. I've read this book several times and it's amazing how I feel the magic it brings into my life each and every time I read it. I've bought several copies to give as a gift to my friends and relatives.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I got the book for a gift and started reading that very minute. I stopped halfway through so that I could enjoy more on another day. What a sweet, happy and sad story. I could relate to so many things that the author wrote, since I have also rescued strays with problems. Bea was a very lucky beagle. The end of the book with all the information on the animal testing was heart breaking. I plan to loan this book back to the person who gave it to me, then I want everyone and everybody I know to read this book. Dogs are our children. We love them as much as if we would have given birth. Everyone will enjoy this very warm story. Great Read!