If I Should Die Before My Dog Book Review

Imagine you are living the good life.  Warm, comfy doggy beds, yummy foods and lots of lovings from your mama, daddy and other humans.  What more could a puppy ask for?  It’s all you need. Then, imagine one day that all changes.  Something isn’t right.  Something is terribly wrong.  There is a shift in your world and it isn’t good.  It doesn’t feel right.  So people come and take you away from the home you lives in and puts you somewhere else… it could be in a cage in a cold place, another home where they’s nice, but you don’t know them very well and you are scared!  “What’s happening?” you says to yourself.


If I Should Die Before My Dog

Guest Book Review written by Kathy Taft from Mouse in the House

You may never know why it changed, but your life is not the same any more.
Mouse in the House

Now, imagine that someone has this really good book, If I Should Die Before My Dog.  Inside this book is all sorts of stuffs written by your loving family on what kinds of things you need and like to live a happy life.  They can SEE that you like to sleep under the covers, not on top of them, or that you eat only 2 times a day, not 3.  They will know that you like belly rubs, but your sister doesn’t.  You like to snuggle behind mama’s head, not on her lap.  You gets scared at thunderstorms and need to be hugged tight til it’s all over. Stuffs like that.  Some of my brothers and sisters takes medicine to help them live.  That information will be in there too!

Mama loves this book because with 6 of us living here and every one of us has different needs, likes and wants, it could be confusing to keep track of it all, should anything happen to her.  This book has places to put all our special information so that, IF anything happened to her or daddy, whoever takes us will be able to makes us feel better right away.  Because we’s going to be very upset with the change and these little pieces of our life, written out, will be there for our next family to read and know more abouts us right away.

I encourage you to tell your mama or daddy to get this book.  Have them fill in the blanks with everything about you.  We don’t wants our lives to ever change, but anything can happen.  Best to be prepared!

Abut the Book

A Dog Lovers lasting guide…….An beautifully illustrated interactive book that one fills in all of the information about their dogs life in the event they can no longer care for them to help ensure your pets are taken care of. A thought provoking check list for dog lovers, who unfortunately and with much sadness can no longer take care of their dog. 
This book will assist those who want to prepare for their dogs future in an easy to use format that will guide them through the process of telling the “story” of their dogs life, for their pets “Next Guardian”. 
None of us can predict the future, but in the event situations arise such as death, health impairment or left with no other choice but to give them up, this book will be there to assist your beloved pet with the transition from one home to another.


About the Authors
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Authors Joe and Cathy Connolly
Joe and Cathy Connolly have spent a lifetime owning, training and caring for dogs. Cathy grew up with a Collie breeder, dog groomer and dog handler while attending many different dog shows and eventually went on to work with other breeders as she grew older. They live in beautiful Northern Michigan with their 3 furry four legged children, one large dog, one small dog and the entire family is supervised by one bossy calico cat. 



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About Sharon Williams

Sharon Williams is a mom of 3 who loves to read, travel, take pictures, work in the flowers and spend time with family. When she's not blogging, she's probably out enjoying life so she'll have something fun to blog about tomorrow!


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