Milo & Ze by Mark Watson

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Milo & Ze Book cover

Hello everyone, CEO Olivia here. Today I want to bark out about a wooftastic children’s book called, Milo & Ze, by award winning author Mark Watson. Mr. Watson is from England but has also lived in Spain. He has written several children’s books. Milo & Ze was written for children but it makes the perfect Bull Terrier gift for kids, dog lovers & bully fans.

Milo is a cute bull terrier puppy who has been forgotten, locked in a kennel, until one night a blinding light comes out of the night sky & smashes his kennel creating a crater that the bull terrier braves his way to peer into & discovers a fallen star: `’Never again need you wish for a friend, he waits for you at your journey’s end.’ Milo goes on a journey around the world where he meets a Pig, a pelican, a camel, & an elephant who helps him on his journey. Finally, the little bull terrier puppy arrives at the door of a young boy named Ze: Milo finally has a friend of his own.

Written in rhyming verse & beautifully illustrated by  Pablo Michau, Milo & Ze is a heartwarming adventure. It is available in paperback but you can also download the Kindle version for free. The Kindle version includes links to exclusive interactive content.

Have a safe & pawsome weekend.

CEO Olivia ❤


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Adora-Bull Rescue

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Hello everyone, Olivia here. Today I want to tell you about a Rescue that for me, is kind of special. The face of our Knotty Toys logo is of Chelsea, who was a Bull Terrier. Adora-Bull Rescue & Rehabilitation is a non profit based in the city of Vereeniging, which is in South Africa. Their focus is on Bull Terrier’s, who in South Africa, have an unearned reputation as a dangerous breed. As a result, many end up as strays.

Adora-Bull Rescue takes in strays who are then provided veterinary care, shelter & training, eventually re-homing them to suitable, experienced homes. They also use social media to network to help other dogs in shelters. They also provide information & training to the public. Adora-Bull Rescue shares our belief in, “adopt don’t shop!”

You can visit them on Facebook too.

Remember, a dog is a dog, there are no “dangerous breeds”. End BSL everywhere!

CEO Olivia