December 31, 2013

A Dog's Purpose -- Everyone Who Lives with a Pet Should Read This Book


Read this. Whether you have lived with dogs your whole life, are about to get a puppy, or are considering co-habitation with a dog, A Dog's Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron is required reading, or listening, as the case may be. It will change you forever. In a good way.

To quote, if we may, from the beautiful review by John C. McDonnell:

In a word? Magnificent. OK, two words. Brilliant. Actually three. Soul. Bruce Cameron has brought forth a magnificent, touching piece of a soul's journey through life in search of purpose and meaning. At times hilarious and yet other times heart breaking, Bruce brilliantly weaves a story of a dog and its quest that is told with such heart and humanity that anyone who has ever had a dog (or any pet, for that matter) feels that this truly is how they see us and the world in which they live.

The humor is real and effortless. You will find yourself laughing out loud. You will also cry. Real tears born out of your life's memories of pets past and the essential intertwining of souls that exists in no other relationship.

After reading this book, you will never look at your dog, or any other pet, the same way again.

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