MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released A Dog Named Judy, Frank Deter Jr.’s memoir of his late hunting companion, his beagle Judy.
Many people agree that dogs are “Man’s best friend,” and when Frank Deter acquires a new hunting dog, he is excited to find the truth in this common expression. He and his family call the dog “Judy,” and Frank takes his son on many unforgettable hunts with her. Frank’s relationship with his son improves, and many friends and family members are astounded by Judy’s impeccable performance in the fields.
Throughout the story, Frank recollects some of his most memorable hunts, including one with a preacher, a colonel, and his aging father whom Frank accompanies on his last hunt. He also amuses readers with some of the challenges he had to face with a feisty, yet lovable dog.
A true story of achievement, love, and, loss, “A Dog…
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