July 20, 2020

Changing lives one dog at a time with Alison Sawyer

Changing lives one dog at a time with Alison Sawyer

Have you ever seen yourself making a certain plan for your life and then realizing that life had a totally different path for you? Our guest had decided to retire in an island in Mexico, but later saw herself building the largest dog shelter and the biggest dog rescue operation in the island. Listen to my conversation with Alison Sawyer.

Have you ever seen yourself making a certain plan for your life and then realizing that life had a totally different path for you? Our guest had decided to retire in an island in Mexico, but later saw herself building the largest dog shelter and the biggest dog rescue operation in the island. Listen to my conversation with Alison Sawyer.

Alison Sawyer Current founded Isla Animals on Isla Mujeres, Mexico in 2004. With the help of her husband, she has expanded the shelter to include other parts of Mexico. She created an adoption program that has placed thousands of dogs and puppies into homes all over North America. She won The Doris Day Animal Kindred Spirit Award in 2005.

Alison is a regular speaker at We Move Forward, a woman’s conference on Isla Mujeres and she speaks internationally to raise funds for Isla Animals. In 2010, she was featured in the Amazon Best-selling Book, How Did You Do That by Gail Kingsbury. Alison’s first novel, No Urn for the Ashes was published in 2008. The Dog Lady of Mexico is her second novel.

To purchase Alison's book titled "The Dog Lady of Mexico: A Heartwarming Journey into Animal Rescue" click here: https://amzn.to/30nEXNf