The best part, from the viewpoint of ‘Tailbook’ is, that the marvelous Pet Psychic Laura Stinchfield is also in this book, and doing exactly what she is so good at: talking with animals (dogs & horse in this case).
I have watched Laura and her work for years and she is making a huge difference in the world, so I can say that I highly recommend this book for all animal (dog) lovers – even before I have read it – because I know Laura is so very good at what she is doing. — Maybe not better than any other animal communicator out there – they are all good – but I like Laura’s style a lot and she just happens to be on the pulse of the Internet, so to speak, in places where I like to hang out, like for example The Instagram and Facebook or Twitter.
[I listened to Laura only yesterday on Pet Psychic Radio; in their latest show, because there was an extremely interesting story of a cat called Twig, who is bringing sticks inside, even many times a day, and the reason why he was doing that was quite unusual (from the viewpoint of human, naturally) (from the viewpoint of cat’s instincts/memory it was the most natural thing to do). (Twig’s part in the show begins @ 14 minutes; if you are an anxious cat person and not able to listen to the whole show. :o) Check it out!
Another program that you can listen to (if you are a radio person) is The Real Dr. Doolittle Show™ where an animal communicator Val Heart interviewed Louise, the author of Going to the Dogs.
I admit that I am not a radio person.
Just between You and Me: I don’t like radios, really.
I ♥ books .
So I’ll add ‘Going to the Dogs‘ to my wish list and
maybe I get it for Christmas this year.
*Adding it to the list I send to Santa.*