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Posted August 23, 2013
Good insight into how and why animals act as they do
For those of us who believe animals are more than just soulless creatures who inhabit the earth, THIS IS A MUST READ ! The writer describes how he went from standard veterinarian medicine to behavioral therapy and why. His stories and how he treats his patients will confirm to those who believe animals are more, and quite possibly convince some others of the belief. As in human medicine the practice of veterinarian medicine can be as much of an art form based on scientific fact, except this doctors patients cannot tell him where it hurts. If you read this book it may well challenge your belief on this topic. I recommend it highly !
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Posted August 25, 2013
I loved this book. It is definitely a book to read and reread. I
I loved this book. It is definitely a book to read and reread. I have not yet come across a book that blends together so beautifully the impact that animals have on us with the spiritual messages we all need to remember. It has a much deeper underlying message than just a book about animals. Or just a book about spirituality. The author reminds us that lessons are in front of us all the time. And we can especially learn them from animals. And the beauty of animals is they are everywhere. From the dog who relishes sticking his nose out the window. To learning forgiveness from a pair of cats. To remember to live, truly live and experience life. Animals are so present. I encourage you to read this book and allow the stories to help you remember what is important in life; remember to live; remember to be authentic. Animals are here to remind us of this everyday and the author does an amazing job through his stories, experiences and true connection to animals helping us see our connection.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.