Lisa Childs Hughes

Lisa Childs Hughes is a passionate pet lover and animal advocate. With illustrations by Lisa’s late mother, Pauline Thu, Angus MacDonald is a composite of all the dogs she has had in her life; sweet, funny, smart and maybe a little grumpy. Lisa volunteered and was on the Board of Directors with the Kingston Humane Society and currently volunteers with Sheba's Haven Dog Rescue to which this book is dedicated.

A long-time health care worker, counselor, and holistic practitioner, with an honors degree from Queen’s University, Lisa is also a Life Coach (Fowler Institute, Seattle, Washington) and a Practical Nurse. In addition, she hosted her own radio show for two years called Women's Word. Lisa’s written for health magazines, including seven years with Complete Health Magazine. She’s written editorials for The Kingston Whig Standard and has won two CBC writing contests (poetry). She recently moved back to her hometown of Belleville, Ontario.

Books by Lisa Childs Hughes

Scottish Terrier, Angus MacDonald was first conceived of in the nineties, in the Toronto newspaper, Urban Pets. This is a gift book of stories of Angus’ trials and tribulations. An ode to the classic stories of James Herriot or Charles Schulz, the book's illustrations and tone will delight and entertain.