Lisa Tenzin-Dolma has been involved in volunteer work with dogs for over seven years. Gaining a Diploma in Canine Psychology with distinction in 2009, she has worked professionally with dogs, many of which are traumatised rescue dogs, ever since. In 2011, Lisa founded DIAL, the Dog Issues Advice Line, and The International School for Canine Practitioners (ISCP). Author of the ISCP Diploma course book and the Emotional Healing Course textbook, in 2013, she founded The Dog Welface Alliance, bringing together professionals to promote positive training methods and support dog rescues.
"Charlie, the Dog Who came in From the Wild is a book that transcends the world of rescue, the world of dog guardianship and the notion of simply loving dogs for who they are. This is a story of mutual learning, of developing trust and of facing the most pertinent questions that lie at the heart of 'rescue'. This is an important story for anyone who shares their life with a fearful dog and provides much needed education for professionals working with dogs. Charlie's experience of his new reality is shared beautifully by Lisa Tenzin-Dolma who, along with Team Charlie, provides inspiration, education and an honest portrayal of life with a feral dog. The lessons from Charlie, with Lisa's incredible understanding of canine psychology and behaviour, offer a profound insight into the power of the human-canine bond." - "Marie Yates, founder of Canine Perspective CIC" Exceptionally well written, "Charlie: The Dog Who Came In From The Wild" will have a very special and engaging appeal to canine companions and dog lovers everywhere. A thoroughly absorbing and entertaining read from beginning to end Midwest Book Review What do you get when you pair a frenzied, one-eyed Romanian feral dog with a dynamic British author and rescue advocate? Enough adventure and challenge for a lifetime-as you will discover in this evocative narrative that brims with tension one minute and passion the next. Seattle Kennel Club Everyone can take something from Charlie's story. There are messages of hope scattered throughout this book which highlight the power of love not only for dogs, but all animals, not only for animals but humanity. And that is something quite extraordinary. To read this book is to nurture one's soul. The Glass House anyone considering importing a feral dog should certainly read this book. The Kennel Club unique and incredibly informative. Kennel and Cattery Management I would recommend this book to children and/or adults as it is a fantastic book, I couldn't put it down. naturallyhappydogs.com