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The Adventures of Coldwater:
The Warrior Dog
Author:                        Ray M. Green
Paperback:                         146 pages
List Price:            $9.00
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Synopsis:
What is so special about your pet? Well, some animals are
drugs or bombs, and providing therapy.

Coldwater, as a certified cur breed of dog, had heightened
senses that made her a great warrior and rescue dog. Her
beginnings were humble: She was different from the other
pups in her litter, and her single drooping ear was thought
to be a defect, when in fact it signified that she was a true
cur dog.

Ray Green; his wife, Petey; and her mother, Granny,
decided to take a chance on the unwanted pup, who would
prove to be nothing short of amazing. Time and again,
Coldwater was called upon to perform search-and-rescue
missions. She was able to find the missing little girl who
was lost in the woods of West Virginia, but can she locate
the lost coal miners and find a way for them to escape the
mines that were blocked by falling rock? Please read The
Adventures of Coldwater: The Warrior Dog by Ray M.
Green, a tribute to one man's spectacular dog and the feats
she performed.
New for 2009

A retired detective from the Tampa
Police Department, Ray M. Green now
lives in Bushnell, Florida.

He works in private practice as a forensic
document examiner, specializing in
handwriting identification. Prior to his
employment with the police department,
Ray served five years in the U.S. Navy
during the Korean conflict and later
became a railroad detective with the B&O
Railroad.

He has been a member of the
International Association for
Identification for thirty years, the
American Legion for ten years, and the
American Board of Forensic Examiners
for fourteen years.

Ray's hobbies and interests include
document examinations and his cattle and
horses. He and his wife, Violetta, have
three children: Michael K. Green; Dr.
John D. Ramirez, MD; and Lynn
Stubblefield.
Coldwater was always professional and accurate during her
search-and-rescue missions. She was able to find the
missing little girl who was lost in the woods of West
Virginia, but can she locate the lost coal miners and find a
way for them to escape the mines that were blocked by
falling rock?

You'll want to read
The Adventures of Coldwater: The
Warrior Dog
by Ray M. Green, a tribute to one man's
spectacular dog, the feats she performs and a "Class-A"
book for all dog lovers. *****__Captain Apple Jack

This is the best dog book I have ever read. I fell in love
with Coldwater and all the wonderful things she was able
to do. When I have my own dog, it is certain to be a cur
dog like Coldwater. A quick read that will last forever.
Yahoo for Coldwater and her magic. *****__Su Chang-Wu

A graceful and compelling tribute to a very special dog.
Written with warmth, compassion and true love for a
wonderful family pet. One who gives unconditional love
in return. A must read! *****__Barbara A. Sabo
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