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.”
The book opens with a letter that I wrote to Ganimedes shortly after he died. The last few weeks of his life, I found myself writing him letters every few day.
Everyone wants to know the story behind the amazing photo of Gunny that appears on the book cover. With good reason. It is an extraordinary photo!
Having the chance to share with you the extraordinary tale of Gunny’s and my life together, is the most important thing that we will ever do. Period.