Bio: Leigh Brill is a writer, speaker, and advocate for people with disabilities. She published her first story at the age of fifteen; since then her writing has reached national and international audiences through publications including Chicken Soup to Inspire the Body & Soul, the Guideposts book Soul Menders, and the magazines Just Labs: A Celebration of the Labrador Retriever and Pets: Part of the Family. Leigh has shared more than a decade of her life in the company of service dogs and continues to do so. She lives with her family in rural Virginia. Visit her at

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A Dog named Slugger
The heartwarming true story of Slugger, author Leigh Brill's trained service dog, who transformed Brill's college years as she struggled with congenital cerebral palsy. Brill is now a counselor and motivational speaker involved in the service dog community. She travels with Slugger's successor, Kendie. In the tradition of Marley & Me, and Dewey the Library Cat.
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