by Randy Grim, foreword by Dr. Jane Goodall
The day Randy Grim got a phone call from a St. Louis animal shelter worker pleading with him to take yet another unwanted dog to his no-kill shelter, he had no idea that the dog would change his entire life. The dog had survived a horrifying procedure still practiced in some animal shelters: "euthanasia" by carbon monoxide gas poisoning. The account of Quentin's ordeal and the crusades Grim and Quentin have undertaken on behalf of abandoned animals is sobering, hilarious, and ultimately uplifting. Grim and Quentin have appeared on numerous television shows including Today Show, Animal Planet, It's a Miracle, CNN, MSNBC, CBS News, CBS Early Show, Access Hollywood and in People Magazine, National Geographic, Forbes and Guideposts.
by Randy Grim
Randy's humor comes out in his newest, soon to be released book that chronicles all the reasons why an animal is turned into a shelter. Randy offers his practical solution as well as that of an animal behaviorist for reasons commonly offered by people include - not having time for the dogs, having a baby, too big, too old, destructive, too playful, going on vacation, the holiday season, doesn't like my boy/girl friend, barking, unable to be housebroken, sheds too much, eats poop, digs holes, doesn't like the kitty and more. Not one to give up on a dog, Randy tells everyone why they shouldn't either.Limited edition special hardback available too!
by Melinda Roth
Written by a Melinda Roth, The Man Who Talks to Dogs, chronicles Randy Grim's efforts to save the homeless street dogs in the St. Louis area. A common epidemic in most major US cities and generally ignored by local governments due to lack of resources, this book brings this significant societal issue into the limelight.
After years of rescuing dogs and finding them homes with every friend and relative possible, Randy Grim founded Stray Rescue of St. Louis in 1998. Since then, thousands of dogs have been saved and found their forever home. Quantities are limited. Click here to print the order form.