The Wolf Dog Author:Ken Anderson Tooley Paggert had faith in his dog Gyp even though Gyp looked just like a wolf-because he WAS part wolf, you see. And Tooley's faith was unshaken even in the face of seeming evidence that Gyp was turning into a sheep-killer. — Mrs. Paggert, Tooleys' mother, was almost ready to turn the dog over to the police, when Gyp proved beyond the shadow o... more »f a doubt that he was not harming the sheep. Boys, and girls too, will thrill to this stirring story of a boy's faith in his dog-and his faith and confidence in God. Tooley prayed about his problems-but he DID something about them too!
Here's a story with an important lesson for young people. The lesson is so skillfully woven into the narrative, however, that it becomes a natural part of the story, not tacked-on "preaching". "The Wolf Dog" is a warm-hearted, sympathetic portrayal of a boy and a dog that will join the ranks of best-loved dog stories - at the very top of the list. Gyp is that most lovable dog you've ever met, and Tooley might well be the dog next door.« less