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"A Paw Print On My Heart" by Terrill Godrich, published by Dancing Moon Press

A Paw Print On My Heart

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Over the last four years since Bailey’s passing, I have pondered the depth and degree of my love for her. Is it because I was never a mother and therefore had an inordinate amount of love to devote to a dog? Or was it simply two souls connecting on an undefined level? Can a human being and an animal be “soul mates”? Some say that animals don’t have souls, and that they don’t go to heaven. That simply cannot be true. In my world, dogs — more than many humans — deserve a place in heaven. When you look into the eyes of a beloved pet, you can see their soul. Doesn’t a dog’s unconditional love and devotion feel like pure heaven itself? If dogs don’t go to heaven, then heaven is no place for me!

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"Conversations With Cheddar" by Bernard M. Levy, published by Dancing Moon Press

Conversations with Cheddar – And Adventures, Too

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My conversations with Cheddar are not confined to the house or backyard. They occur during our walks in the forest, in the park, and during the running of our many errands. On these outdoor adventures, our talks cover many non-walk subjects, but every park and forest conversation includes the weather, squirrels, cats and dogs and their owners, trees, and other vegetation. Cheddar has contributed greatly to my knowledge of the outdoors and canines.

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Rumi & Lily: An Internet Love Story

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This is a completely true internet love story, except dogs don’t type.
Once upon a time, some women on the Internet were discussing gender differences. Jean wrote, “Women apologize too much. I even apologize to my dog.”

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