By The Healing Project
Jam-packed with heartwarming tales of loveable canines aiding their masters focus on life-threatening ailments or power health problems, this relocating assortment will convenience and inspire readers to stand their very own demanding situations. The braveness, loyalty, love, and resolution of those canines partners is faithfully documented in each one touching story. From rambunctious doggies whose antics have yanked down the curtain of melancholy and permit the sunlight shine into their proprietors' lives to dependable and inventive canine who've develop into important aids of their vendors' struggles with power or life-threatening ailments, those tales are rich with the drama, humor, and pathos that experience earned the common-or-garden puppy the loved prestige of man's ally.
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Extra info for Good Dogs Doing Good: Lives Transformed by Man's Best Friend
He was perfectly car-trained, I argued in his defense, but when my mom pointed to the fresh pile of waste under the pool table, all I could do was shrug and grab the vinegar, paper towels and air freshener. Good Dogs Doing Good 37 I, on the other hand, felt that I had lost my usefulness. I knew how to be homeless; I was good at it. I knew how to find the best food in the grocery store dumpster, how to talk to a trucker for over 500 miles without letting the ride get dangerous or boring. On the other hand, I didn’t know how to stand in line at the Registrar’s office, or how to gracefully use a grocery cart.
I realized that sometimes it’s best to let go of our preconceptions and stop trying so hard to influence how our lives will play out. Good Dogs Doing Good 25 In due course, I began to crawl out of the void within. Slowly. One hand at a time, I grasped the edge and hauled myself up. Once my head was high enough to look around, I realized that life had continued to happen. And I was ready to join in again. After all, Kismet was waiting. Julie Fredrick lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and two rescued dogs.
Laughter and I spent a lot of time together, but I started noticing some changes in him. On the road he had become a kind of sage, but the longer my mom fed him ground beef for dinner, and the more my brother made him shake paw, the more dog-like he became. He picked up bizarre behaviors—chasing his tail, mooching at the dinner table, constantly squeaking his new toys. My psychologist told me this was natural, that Laughter had never gotten to be a real puppy and it was now his turn to live the life he’d missed out on.