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All Pets Go to Heaven: The Spiritual Lives of the Animals We Love

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Puts your mind at ease

I was told by a priest that animals do not go to heaven because their soul is not eternal. I always found this to be very disturbing, because when I think of heaven, animals are a very big part of it. I found this book to be very uplifting and informative. I can now r...
I was told by a priest that animals do not go to heaven because their soul is not eternal. I always found this to be very disturbing, because when I think of heaven, animals are a very big part of it. I found this book to be very uplifting and informative. I can now rest and know that someday when I die, I will be reunited with my beloved animals.
Thanks Sylvia!!!!

posted by 2056894 on October 15, 2009

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2 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

Um... Not sure how to say this without being mean...

This lady is a NUT JOB. No joke. I bought this in hopes of understanding pets on the other side, and all I got was Sylvia Brown repeating herself, boasting about herself, and sounding like a complete idiot. She also writes about how pit bulls make horrible pets because ...
This lady is a NUT JOB. No joke. I bought this in hopes of understanding pets on the other side, and all I got was Sylvia Brown repeating herself, boasting about herself, and sounding like a complete idiot. She also writes about how pit bulls make horrible pets because they mysteriously turn on their owners (huh?!?), and that somehow you should feel sorry for her because her dog died from a coyote attack (I thought all along it was just nature doing its thing? Is that really so bad, oh so enlightened one?).

Anyways, if you feel like reading about Sylvia Brown and how awesome of a person she is that she is constantly surrounded by animals and her spirit guide, please buy this book. Other than that, if you have worked with dogs and know that:
a) They simply don't understand human language. Looking at them and telling them not to soil the house DOES NOT WORK. DUHHHH.
b) Animals live so in the moment that they don't feel bad for themselves, or for you when you feel bad for yourself.
c) Pit bulls can make amazing pets if you know how dogs minds work (I don't own one, but just look at Daddy the pit bull, or the rest of Cesar Milan's pack).
DON'T buy the book. It was a total waste of my time and money. She really is completely nuts, I have no idea how she has gotten famous.

posted by WaterBaby87 on April 17, 2011

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  • Posted April 17, 2011

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    Um... Not sure how to say this without being mean...

    This lady is a NUT JOB. No joke. I bought this in hopes of understanding pets on the other side, and all I got was Sylvia Brown repeating herself, boasting about herself, and sounding like a complete idiot. She also writes about how pit bulls make horrible pets because they mysteriously turn on their owners (huh?!?), and that somehow you should feel sorry for her because her dog died from a coyote attack (I thought all along it was just nature doing its thing? Is that really so bad, oh so enlightened one?).

    Anyways, if you feel like reading about Sylvia Brown and how awesome of a person she is that she is constantly surrounded by animals and her spirit guide, please buy this book. Other than that, if you have worked with dogs and know that:
    a) They simply don't understand human language. Looking at them and telling them not to soil the house DOES NOT WORK. DUHHHH.
    b) Animals live so in the moment that they don't feel bad for themselves, or for you when you feel bad for yourself.
    c) Pit bulls can make amazing pets if you know how dogs minds work (I don't own one, but just look at Daddy the pit bull, or the rest of Cesar Milan's pack).
    DON'T buy the book. It was a total waste of my time and money. She really is completely nuts, I have no idea how she has gotten famous.

    2 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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