story is one of courage, bravery and survival during one of
the worst winter's on record. This first book in the Phantom series is
focused on her rescue. Future books in the series will tell, in a
fast-paced adventure style, not only of Phantom's adventures, but also
of other dogs with great stories needing to be shared with the world.
proof of the great gift rescued animals can be to the world.
In author Lee Youde's family, dogs are celebrated!
The authors hope that Phantom's story can speak for the millions of
voiceless dogs across the country - improving the quality of life, one
dog at a time, as well as put an end to senseless abandonment and
death of unwanted pets.
Purchase your copy at
Amazon.com, just $6.95. Then join us in the
nationwide campaign to stop pet abandonment and the never-ending campaign to
encourage everyone you know that wants a new dog to Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog.
More About Phantom & the
Book Signing Dec 8, 2012 from Noom to 2
p.m. at the Southpark Mall in Spencer, Iowa, will be held in the People for
Pets Gift Wrapping Center.
Queen of the road
(Local News ~ 07/09/10)
Driving south of Spencer on
Highway 71, keep your eyes peeled, you just might capture sight of a
"furry friend" running alongside your car in the fields. A German
shepherd, residing under the bridge across the street from Mark and
Robyn Larson's residence, managed to survive the winter and continues to
Queen of the road captured
(Local News ~
The queen of the road, known to others as the
phantom German shepherd who resided
under a bridge on Highway 71 south of Spencer for about a year, has been
caught. Despite Dr. Mark Reese -- a local veterinarian's-- concerns, the
capture plan was executed smoothly...
Milford shelter helps Phantom find a
(Local News ~ 09/18/10)
"Too smart and quick" is the
way farm owners south of Spencer described
Phantom, a stray German shepherd who spent a year dodging traffic
and riding out the tough winter of 2009-10. She became a topic of
conversation and an outlet for compassion in rural Spencer -- people
would check on the stray as part of their daily commutes to work and
October is awareness month for pets needing a home
(Local News ~ 10/29/10)
Phantom with owner Lee Youde of rural
Spencer from 3-4:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 31, at the Southpark Mall food
court. Promote October as Adopt a Shelter Dog Month. --- During the
month of October the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals is encouraging the adoption of shelter animals and in Clay and
Dickinson counties. There are plenty of pets looking for homes.
Click Here to Learn About the Joys of Being a
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