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Kol’s Note: Fair Warning! This post should absolutely be sponsored by Kleenex since I cried buckets reviewing the book and writing this, but it’s worth it. I promise.
Two years, plus a few days ago, I lost a dear friend. Gina was more than someone I talked to online. She was my long-distance support system, my US test kitchen and the person I turned to when I need and ear to listen or a shoulder to cry on. She was one of the kindest, most genuine people, I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing and I still miss her every day.
Gina and her heart dog, Pepsi, before she went to the Bridge.
After a fight with cancer that took her far too soon, her friends were left with a difficult question:
What would happen to her two beagles, Sota and Freddy?
In a co-ordinated effort with friends all over the US that still brings to me tears and makes me so grateful to a part of this amazing group of women (and a few very special men), both dogs were brought to new homes with Gina’s friends.
We were lucky. As bloggers, we spend every day documenting our dog’s lives. We share what they like, what they don’t, their medical woes and behavior issues. We’re creating their story.
What if you’re not a dog blogger with an entire website dedicated to the things that make your dog special? This illustrated, interactive book helps you answer all the questions that someone would need to know if they were to care for your dog. It guides you through questions that will help your chosen guardians make decisions that will ensure the health and happiness of your pup.
No one has a crystal ball. We don’t know what the future holds for us or our dogs, but this book can help give you the confidence to know that if the worst should happen, be it expected due to illness, an unexpected accident or unfortunate life circumstances, you’ve left your dog in good hands and helped them make everything as normal as possible for your pet.