Tootsie's Vision at Taylor Ranch Library, Albuquerque
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Tootsie's Vision

Let Me See That Tootsie Roll!

Several years ago, author Edward Goodman adopted a blind dog named Tootsie who was found abandoned on the streets of Corrales. He was so inspired by her spirit, even though she had a disability, that he started a rescue after she passed called Tootsie's Vision that strives to improve the lives of blind dogs and find them happy, loving homes. This Saturday, Feb. 3, Goodman and his blind dog, Woody, are at Taylor Ranch Library to share more about Tootsie's Vision and also read his children's book Woody Runs for Mayor. This all-ages event is free so meet Goodman and Woody from 3 to 4pm! (Valerie Serna)

Saturday Feb 3, 2018

5700 Bogart St NW
Albuquerque, NM 87120
US

Phone: 897-8816

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Cody Wesner-Ellis

Phone: (505)897-8816
Website: Click to Visit

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Author Edward Goodman and his blind dog friend Woody talk about the rescue organization that finds homes for dogs with diminished vision.

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Join author, Edward Goodman, and his blind dog friend, Woody. Learn about the non-profit, Tootsie’s Vision which rescues, assists and find homes for blind dogs and dogs with diminished vision. There will also be a reading of his children’s book Woody Runs for Mayor. In his book, blind dog Woody, who was once homeless and frightened, runs for Pet Mayor of his village. The author’s books will be available for purchase.