Dr. Gregory Bach and his wife, Debra Bach reside in Hamburg and have written a family-oriented book entitled “The Bravest Rescue Puppy” which is dedicated to “all of whom live with Lyme Disease.” Each book sold helps support Lyme Disease Research and K9 Training for dogs in service.
Co-author, Debra Bach also suffered from Lyme Disease. Dr. Bach chairs the Governor’s sub-committee on Education for Lyme Disease. Reviver Records Productions is coordinating the book project on behalf of Debra and Gregory Bach.
Published by the Virginia-based Mascot Books, “The Bravest Rescue Puppy” was purposefully written to help teach people about how to handle what life throws at them. No matter what challenges a person or puppy has to face in life, they too can be “The Bravest Rescue Puppy” and help save the world, even if just a small part of it. The characters (in the book) are real and the story is based on a series of true events. Its ulterior aim is to teach our children when they are given “lemons,” not to give up, but “learn to make lemonade.”
“The Bravest Rescue Puppy” is the storied illustrated tale of Zena. Zena (a young Rottweiler) is a promiscuous, full-of-life, chow-hound puppy that was looked upon, by some, as “too much trouble.” All of her brothers and sisters found new homes – no one picked her. Zena missed her brothers and sisters yet the world outside, and food, pique her interest. Zena’s high energy and playfulness lend to what she would eventfully become – a search and rescue dog. From this story-point on, “The Bravest Rescue Puppy” becomes “the tale that wags the dog.”
“Indy” is the name of the Bach’s loved, prize-winning Rottweiler. He recently competed in the Westminster Dog Show 2015– Indy was named “Best in Breed – Rottweiler.”
The tale of Zena, “the bravest rescue puppy” is the first series of books Dr. Bach and his wife are planning. Mascot Books has scheduled to have “The Bravest Rescue Puppy” released internationally in the next few weeks time, thanks to Mascot Books.
The family-oriented book also contains valued and little-known information concerning Lyme Disease. The late winter release of the book also lends itself as a reminder that: “Prevent Lyme Disease in Dogs Month” - April and “Lyme Disease Awareness Month (for humans)” – May.