We’ve a little taster of the fascinating interview recorded with Lisa Tenzin-Dolma, as she talks about her special boy, Charlie: the one-eyed feral dog from Romania she took into her home and her heart. The full interview will be available soon.
The true story of a bond that developed between author Lisa Tenzin-Dolma, and Charlie – a traumatised, one-eyed, Romanian dog who lived the first 18 months of his life in the wild, never socialising with humans. Charting Charlie’s progress and setbacks, it explains how Lisa worked with Charlie to help him overcome his extreme fearfulness.
Passionate about dog welfare, Lisa Tenzin-Dolma is the founder and principal of The International School for Canine Practitioners, and founder of the Dog Welfare Alliance, a non-profit organisation which brings together members of the public and dog professionals, and supports rescue organisations across the globe. Lisa is the author of 21 books, including three about dog psychology and behaviour, and is a consultant for the BBC on dog-related issues.
You can read all about Charlie in Lisa's book Charlie – The dog who came in from the wild.