In-Service Portraits of dogs that change lives
Your ‘oohs and aahs’ will change the world.
Read the stories of brave people and see the beautiful portraits of the doggies who have rescued them.
This book has it all. It is real, it is moving, it is for everyone – from artists and art appreciators who will savour smart illustrations, to animal lovers who can marvel at the stories of these wonderful pooches. To anyone who just wants to help change the lives of people who desperately need help.
Inspired by her own life struggle and recovery with the help of her service dog Max, artist Jacqueline Gori birthed this project so others can know the life-changing experience of having a service dog – a furry, four-legged friend who will care for and love their owner. And because with every book purchased all the profits go to National Service Dogs, your support will mean more service dogs go into the homes and hearts of people who desperately need them.
JACQUELINE GORI • ARTIST
Local Kitchener-based artist Jacqueline Gori, runs Ontarioartschool.com where she inspires everyone, from beginners all the way to professional artists. She is absolutely passionate about dogs and lives with Samson, an adorable yellow Labrador Retriever who will become a service dog.
NANCY SILCOX • AUTHOR
New Hamburg resident Nancy Silcox has been a freelance writer for 20 years. She has cared for pets all her life and is a passionate protector of all beings with four legs. She and her husband Louis presently wrangle three Siamese cats and a Golden Retriever named Hailey who is a St. John’s Ambulance Therapy Dog.