By Muriel Dobbin - Special to The Washington Times Shares
Bell, a dog owner whose wife, Margaret, is an avid animal rescuer, said he worked with more than 20 groups, including agricultural and farm bureaus, to find a solution that works for everyone, including farmers, who traditionally keep their working animals outside.
"In reading the book I learned an aspect of Jack I'd never known," she said. "I completely loved doing the project, and pleased to have had the chance. He was an amazing man. It gave me a stronger sense of what his younger life was like and it made me think of what an adventurer he was himself."