The Divinity of Dogs (Book) by Jennifer Skiff
Information: 327 pages, paperback
They say: Our dogs profoundly touch the lives of the humans around them. they teach us about patience and love, they comfort us when we are feeling most alone and they even perform miracles. In The Divinity of Dogs, you'll find dozens of inspiring and delightful examples of the many ways that dogs lead us to spiritual enlightenment.
Jennifer Skiff knows first hand the central place a dog can take in your life, weaving her own story through the many others and showing how they comforted her through mistreatment as a child, divorce and a cancer diagnosis.
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Together, the stories that make up the The Divinity of Dogs provide hope, help and healing for millions of dog lovers everywhere. Read the first 88 pages of The Divnity of Dogs here:
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Jennifer Skiff is an award-winning television producer, journalist and author of God Stories. An advocate for animals, she is a Trustee of the Dogs' Refuge Home in Australia and a Director of Pilots N Paws in the United States. She lives in endless summer between Maine and Australia.
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Reviews - rated 5/5 based on customer reviews5 out of 5 By Anne Marie, BerkshireThis book is about the true stories of Miracles brought on by loving dogs. It is divided into nine sections: love,comfort,intuition,healing, gratitude,loyalty,passing,compassion,and forgiveness. The author writes about the many gifts which dogs give us in very different ways. It is about wonderful dogs, from small poodles to large labradors, each unique. They come from different backgrounds like therapy, service, rescue, and even abandoned dogs. Some dogs saved their owners from illnesses that they didn’t even know they had, while other dogs showed compassion and understanding. This book makes you want to get a dog, truly wonderful to read.