SHAGGY: The Horse from Wyoming by Russell Gordon Carter
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SHAGGY: The Horse from Wyoming

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A tale of devotion between man, horse and dog during the last war. Lieutenant Gordon already owned Dusty, the hound, and when he was assigned a horse and picked Shaggy, a sorrel with personality, the relationship was complete. When Gordon was wounded it was the neighing of the horse on a silent battlefield that brought help. The master repays this debt by leaving Shaggy in France where he would have a good home. A good story, simply -- yet effectively told.

Pub Date: Sept. 5th, 1939
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin