New Book Encourages Readers to Find Deeper Rapport with Pets
Norwood, Australia (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
“The Soul of a Dog” (published by Balboa Press), by Nicol Louise and Cinda the Curly-Coated Retriever, explores grief and loss often experienced by people following the loss of a dog.
Louise writes, “Cinda shares her dog’s-eye view to give readers a rare glimpse into the personalities of dogs, why dogs continue to visit Earth and support their human neighbors, and why dogs have a limited level of free will in comparison to humans.” She goes on to say, “Death does not mean disconnection from love, and impermanence is a transition from a physical being to a timeless and limitless energetic being.”
An excerpt from “The Soul of a Dog”:
Losing a loved one can be the most difficult time in a person’s life, and losing a dog is no exception to this rule. The dog is a family member – a son, daughter, brother, sister, or best friend. When a human relationship comes to an end, your furry companion will never leave you. When a family breaks apart, your furry friend will never leave you. When painful workplace issues happen, your furry friend will never leave you. When sickness is too much to bear, your furry friend will be by your side, comforting you. People come and go, but your furry friend stays.
“Many people love dogs and consider a dog a family member,” Louise says. “They grieve deeply when they lose their furry family member. Many people have unanswered questions about dogs as physical beings and dogs as spiritual beings. This book will answer many of those questions.”
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