Stanley Eugene put down roots in south Georgia late last summer when he forced his way into the home and hearts of an unsuspecting family. At the time, he was running the ditches of the region without a family or an identity. That changed when he ventured into the yard of two other Labradors, both female, and refused to leave. Stanley Eugene immediately committed to being the world’s happiest dog with a personality that would capture people from all over.
He initially chronicled his daily life in journal entries posted on social media, detailing the transition from a drifter pup on the roam to a domesticated fella who planned to serve as Head of the Household. It wasn’t long after his diary entries turned regular that his fan club called on Stanley Eugene to author a book. He obliged, but promised to donate any earnings to organizations that support pups across the region and state.
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