First he was Max, a backyard dog whose people neglected him.
Then he was Igor, a house pet whose people cared for him, but frightened him with their quarreling.
Then he was a "special needs" dog who acted like the type of villain he was named after, attacking strangers because he was confused and afraid. Would "Igor the little monster" ever find a loving home?
With charming illustrations by the author of "Fiona Plays with her Beaver," "Iggy: A Mongrel's Tale" is the story of one dog's search for love and acceptance and how a "bad" dog can simply be an animal who has been mistreated or misunderstood.