The last years of our animal companions can prove quite challenging given the rate of cancer, heart problems or degenerative diseases that our older dogs face.
I have so much to be grateful for. But right now, in this moment, I have to confess that I am having a hard time feeling grateful for anything.
We adopted him almost two years ago when he was eight years old. By chance, I saw his picture on a rescue web site, went to meet him and he stole my heart.
My dog Gunny and I certainly didn’t write our book to try to convince you to change your beliefs. We just wanted to share our story.
I did not meet Gunny the Dog until August 31, 2007, but as it turns out, I had known the soul inside of him forever.
People often think that all dogs express love the same way, and that there is something “wrong” with a dog that doesn’t beg for your affection.
I posted this sign on my back door many years ago. Why? Because we had what we diplomatically called a “spirit problem” at my house.
No one knows your dog like you do. You spend countless hours a day with him or her. So you are best placed to know if there is something wrong with your dog.
Hearing Brene’ Brown speak about vulnerability in a TED talk fundamentally changed how I viewed publishing “The Endless Path.”