He was the only one of her pups his mother ever named, and she named him K-10 because he was a cut above all other dogs After losing the boy Noah, who was his best friend, he lost faith in humans and lived an independent life, footloose and fancy free. He always got adopted quickly from the various shelters he was sent to, but his new family always fell short or his expectations and off he'd run to the open road again. All that changed when he became friends with Pearl (another dog from the shelter) and they planned an escape from the latest shelter. K-10 found danger and adventure in the dog-eat-dog world of the stray; but survival depends on this almost-old dog learning a new trick – friendship! A real charmer for kids and dog lovers of all ages. Check out A Dog on His Own by Mary Jane Auch at Otto's, 'a booklover's paradise in the heart of downtown Williamsport!'