A young farmer loses his father and almost loses his inherited farm through his drinking. Then he stumbles upon an abandoned dog, a collie. The two form a strong bond and the dog becomes an invaluable asset on the farm, things start to flourish and the young man even finds a young lady (who dislikes dogs, though)... and there's more: the real owners of the dog turns up... are they going to take "his" dog..? This is a touching and charming tale by Albert Payson Terhune of the special bond between man and canine; wonderfully warm and accurate.
Albert Payson Terhune (1872-1942), was an American writer, journalist and dog breeder. The public knows him and loves him mostly for his stories involving dogs, collies in particular.
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