Dog lover, Connie and her husband have raised six dogs—three small and three large Golden Retrievers.
This 104-page book is filled with one-liners from a dog’s point of view (known as Doggy Wisdom 101) that are divided into 21 different categories like: going for a walk, doggy sweaters, the vet, riding in the car, chew toys, getting old, and many more.
Available on Amazon: In My Next Life I Want to be My Dog.
If you’ve had the privilege of owning a dog or two or six, you know that at the end of the day you will be met by a tail-wagging welcome—and regardless whether you’ve had a good or a bad day—that welcome is filled with unconditional love. In My Next Life I Want to be My Dog is written from a dog’s point of view, with purebreds, others rescued mutts, and all that’s in between being a puppy and old dog. In lines like: “My owner can be trained. That’s the good news,” you will see your dog. There is nothing happier than a dog on a walk, so mosey along with other dog lovers, and think how life would be if you were a dog in your next life.
Connie has always been fascinated by what a dog must be thinking, and also how dogs can enter a room, make a nest and look like they’ve been there for hours, sleeping soundly. Dogs teach us (their “owners”) a lesson about how to negotiate and get our way; how to greet everyone with the same curiosity; and how to easily make new friends. Connie now has a Bichon/Maltese mix, Bo, who is also her office manager—or in truth, he really has her, as he’s “in charge.”
Book is a great gift for any dog lover for birthdays, Father or Mother’s Day—or just because.