Ben Kerschberg’s ‘Three Angels: For the Love of Dogs’ is the incredible memoir of three canines that changed one man’s life forever
Author Ben Kerschberg gives man’s best friend a truly beautiful tribute with Three Angels: For the Love of Dogs: A Tribute to Three Amazing Pups. Stunningly written and incredibly moving, Three Angels is a perfect read for anyone who has ever adored a four-legged friend.
Written as a memoir, Three Angels is divided into three separate parts, each chapter devoted to the life and experience of a dog that changed the author’s life for the better. The first section tells the reader about Phoebe, a beautiful German Shepherd given to the author as a high school graduation present. Having been raised in a family of animal lovers, owning cats and riding horses, Ben Kerschberg had always longed for a dog. When Phoebe came into his life, he knew it would never be the same again.
Following Phoebe’s tale is the story of Promise, a national champion Doberman, whose friendship with the subject of the third chapter, Steady, gave the author a glimpse into the kind of loyal and devoted friendship that only canines can provide.
This poignant memoir of three special canines is accompanied by 34 beautiful, color photos of each, taken at special moments in their lives. Following each from puppyhood into old age, Three Angels: For the Love of Dogs will bring anyone who has ever experienced canine friendship an incredibly heartwarming reminder that furry friends can truly change the lives of those around them, regardless of how long they’re with us.
An absolutely flawless read for anyone who loves animals, Three Angels will have readers laughing, crying, and reaching out to hug their own furry friends just a little more often. Perfect for anyone who has, had, or is thinking about adopting a dog, Three Angels is a tribute to the four-legged that is not to be missed.
Ben Kerschberg is the author of several books, including Piercing the Veil, a memoir of depression and the affirmation of life, and Hefty Matters, a serialized children’s book. He is a graduate of Yale Law School and the University of Virginia. He contributes regularly to Forbes, Harvard Business Review, the Huffington Post, Equine Journal, and The American Lawyer Corporate Counsel.
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