Two moving books about dogs who have been rescued, one about seniors dogs and the other about a young dog. In "Free Days with George" by Colin Campbell, you meet George (orginally named Kong) a Newfoundland living in a foster home. Colin's wife suddenly leaves him and his world spirals downward. His coworker convinces him to get a dog. He finds George on Petfinder.com. George doesn't like men and is very skittish, but Colin still decides to adopt him. Through their adventures together, both heal and establish a strong bond. After moving to California from Nova Scotia, Colin rekindles his love for surfing. George, not wanting to be left behind, joins Colin on his surfboard. Colin even enters George in the Surf City Surf Dog Competition where he places third. Colin's grandfather would say "A free day is when you spend a whole day doing things you love to do... And when you do those things with people you love who love you, you don't grow old that day. It's a free day." George and Colin share many free days. "My Old Dog: Rescued Pets with Remarkable Second Acts" by Laura T. Coffey, celebrates senior dogs who were adopted from shelters. You meet Healey a blind dog who learns how to love, Cullen, a retired service dog who finds a new line of therapy work, Rocky, who cheers up the women living with dementia and Einstein, George Clooney's cocker spaniel. All were given up on until others saw what these dogs could really offer. Tips on living and training senior dogs and organizations involved with senior dogs is also provided. Both books are Highly recommended for dog lovers or anyone who loves animals.