A Puppy's Progress, an endearing story of love and courage in the face of adversity, is on sale at e book stores world wide, including through the following links:

Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/A-PUPPYS-PROGRESS-ebook/dp/B004R1Q6D8
Barnes and Noble: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/books/product.aspx?ean=2940012178961
Smashwords: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/46480

Here is a review of the novel by Lillian Brummet:

"T.L. Peters crafted a moving, educational animal adventure story in his novel A PUPPY'S PROGRESS. This is a dog-lover's fiction - written for a young adult audience. Any young person who loves animals, or wants to own a dog should read this book.Without preaching, Peters enlightens humans to the plight of dogs. He brings understanding to how they see things and why they behave the way they do. The most moving moral to the story for me was shown through the main character (a dog named Star) whose owners had school, work, play and friends - while Star has only them. It really puts their world into perspective. I was torn and sorrowed by the incidents in the kennel and animal shelter. If I have not been donating enough to these shelters before, I will most certainly endeavor do so now. Hopefully other readers will be equally compelled to help out their local shelters.Star is a courageous, loving lab-rottweiler cross who goes through many adventures from being 'rescued' from a puppy mill, abandoned in a forest, being stolen by a trucker and used by jewelry thieves. Star ensures a place in the readers heart through his self-less rescue of a little boy and his generous, loving heart.I do not think a reader could put down this book without being moved by the great heart that Star displayed repeatedly. There are many lessons here for young adults from the dangers in the world, to the plight of pets and the strength of love."

And here is an anonymous review of the book taken from the Barnes & Noble's Nookbook website:

"Peters takes you inside the brutal world of puppy mills. At times it's intense, but Peters tells his story in a loving way and there is a happy ending, which is a big plus. There are plenty of villains in this book, but our brave dog Star bests them at every turn. Highly recommended."