Welcome to the website for Saving Gracie: How one dog escaped the shadowy world of American puppy mills (Wiley; $21.95) It’s the compelling true story of one dog’s rescue from a Pennsylvania puppy mill and her transformation from a bedraggled animal, worn out from bearing puppies, into a loving, healthy member of her new family. The book also profiles the people who stepped forward to save her along the way.
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Publisher: Wiley & Sons
Carol Bradley is an award-winning former newspaper reporter who studied Animal Law as a 2004 Nieman Fellow at Harvard. She spent 26 years covering the U.S. Congress and state legislatures in Tennessee and New York, and writing features and investigative stories in Montana. She has written about many aspects of animal welfare, including horse slaughtering, animal hoarding, and animal cruelty. She grew up in Kingsport, Tennessee and lived in Nashville, Knoxville, New York and Washington D.C. before moving to Great Falls, Montana, where she now lives with her husband, Steve L’Heureux, and their two dogs, Chachi and Jillie. Saving Gracie is her first book.