No Place Like Home
A New Beginning with the Dogs of Afghanistan
As his two Afghanistan dogs adapt to life in the UK, Sunday Times bestselling author Pen Farthing finds his journey is far from over
When Pen Farthing brought two dogs home from his tour of Afghanistan, little did he know what he had begun. Twelve months later, he has left the Marines, after 20 years service, to run his charity full time. But he barely has a chance to miss life in action, as he is inundated with requests from marines and soldiers to give more rescued dogs the chance of a new life in the West.
Whether it’s little Helmand, Fubar or Beardog – or the unruly litter known as the Char Badmashis or Four Hooligans – Pen does his upmost to give these dogs the chance they deserve. It is a frustrating and sometimes dangerous process, and while some dogs make it out to safety, others, tragically, do not. But a look out the window to see his own Afghan hounds, Now Zad and Tali, with bright eyes and glossy coats tells him it’s all worthwhile.
Like his Sunday Times bestseller One Dog at a Time, No Place Like Home is the story of one man’s courage and persistence in the face of often insurmountable odds. It will warm – and break – the hearts of dog lovers everywhere.
Praise for No Place Like Home
Pen Farthing is absolutely wonderful, really truly my kind of heroJilly Cooper
Pen's is a courageous story of how dog and solider become best friends in the most volatile of places and the unbreakable bond that exists between them. His commitment to his is work in Afghanistan is inspirational, and he is transforming dogs and our soldiers' lives tooCesar Millan