The very latest news on publication – the second edition is now hot off the press! You may purchase by credit card, with your Pay Pal account or or by calling 403 949 3259. This issue is in a soft cover format priced at $24.95. Shipping per book throughout Canada is $7.50 and $9.99 throughout continental United States. For purchases of 3 or more books there is a discounted shipping rate – please contact us for details. An e-book version is also now available through most outlets.
May we take a moment to dispel a misconception regarding purchase through Pay-Pal. You may pay with your credit card and DO NOT need to open a Pay-Pal account.
The book can be purchased in person at the exquisite Wallace Galleries in downtown Calgary, and is also now available at Chapters and Indigo at the following locations throughout Calgary: Sunridge, Chinook, Crowfoot, and Signal Hill and Shawnessy!
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“The compassion and determination that shine through each page of this wonderful book provide a compelling reminder of our deep connections to all other living things and of the potential that resides within each and every one of us to make change in the world.”
-Jane Lawton, CEO, Jane Goodall Institute of Canada
“Through vivid photography and a narrative both unblinkingly honest and compellingly philosophical, Dogs with No Names provides a rare glimpse into the stark existence of a largely forgotten population. The book’s underlying project exemplifies the type of scenario in which we believe non-surgical contraception can have a powerful impact. We applaud Dr. Samson-French and her team for their pioneering efforts in studying the real-world potential of a non-surgical contraceptive tool to prevent litters, and future suffering, of the dogs with no names.”
-Joyce Briggs, President, Alliance for Contraception in Cats & Dogs
“This exquisitely written and photographed book shines a loving light on the multitude of dogs who roam, unnamed and unclaimed, in the western United States. Judith Samson-French’s insightful words and compelling photographs create a book not to be missed by dog lovers everywhere.”
-Patricia McConnell, PhD, author, The Other End of the Leash
“It is a truly beautiful book – the photographs are haunting and it tells a very relevant story.”
“It has a point, without being preachy; it has heart, without being schmaltzy; it has depth, valuable insights and some awesome photographs; and it looks at the plight some reservation dogs face without being desperate, culturally insensitive or overly judgmental.”