Jane Ryan has always dreamed of having her own horse--but so long as she gets to ride her favorite horse, Beau, at Sunny Acres farm, she's content. When summer camp begins, Jane receives heartbreaking news about Beau. She's losing him to a new owner. When her trainer asks her to help with a newcomer to the barn, Lancelot, she has no choice but to say yes. Lancelot is beautiful and talented, but he's also wild and dangerous. Jane realizes that he needs her as much as she needs him. But Jane must find faith in herself before she can have faith in Lancelot. And if she does, she just might get to compete in the end-of-summer competition--and maybe even end up with a horse of her own.
Dog grooming plays an enormous role in the well-being and happiness of our beloved pets. My intention for writing this book is to enrich your grooming experiences, and enhance the relationships you have with your dogs. Rather than focus on the techniques and tools, I focus on the principles and intentions. Even though we groom dogs to help them, if it is against their will or if we cause them unintentional damage, we must be willing to reconsider our actions. This book will provide a new perspective on dog grooming, and explain how changing the way we view dog grooming can help us achieve a calm, positive experience. "When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change" Wayne Dyer. This is the Art of Grooming. Thank you so much for reading!
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