Book Signing | Ewa Erdman
Buffy was a breeding dog and bait dog for a dog fighting ring in the South. She suffered grievous injuries and was discarded in the snowy woods. Rescued, healed and sheltered, she made her way to New England, where she found her new home 5 years ago. Her new owner worked to educate and socialize her, and Buffy became a therapy dog for patients at the Veterans Administration hospitals in the Boston area. Buffy's story, although starting with a dark side, is full of hope and humor.
Ewa Erdman lives in the Boston area with her dog, Buffy. She worked until her retirement at Harvard University, and now occupies her time with volunteer work and writing. Two articles about Buffy appeared in the Boston Globe, and that began a project, and a mission. Buffy is just one of thousands of dogs in our nation’s animal shelters.
Buffy is not an extraordinary dog. She is not exceptional in looks, intelligence, or any other way, but she has made a difference to many people.