Bestseller Author Jennifer Skiff presents her new book
Bestseller Author Jennifer Skiff presents
The Divinity of Dogs - Available Oct.23
"Do yourself a favor, read this book, adopt a dog, and join the rest of us who know the secret of a happy life."Karen Rhodes, President, Dogs' Refuge Home
"Every dog I've had the privilege of knowing has imparted some special lesson, insight or transcendent gift to me. It's what they do... Wonderful stories."Francis Battista, Co-founder of Best Friends Animal Society
"Reader advisory: Must be read with tissues! The Divinity of Dogs captures the unconditional love and loyalty of dogs and delivers it with one big wet kiss." Carole Tomko, President of MyDiscovery
"I loved this book. It's a powerful page-turner!"Debi Boies, Co-founder of Pilots N Paws.
"Five stars and two paws up!" Koko, star of the movie RED DOG
"My dogs have been the reason I have woken up every single day of my life with a smile on my face. They have protected me from mean people and have given me insight into potential partners. They have been my children and my parents. They have loved me the most. I am among the ranks of millions of people who appreciate the souls of dogs and know they are a gift of pure love and an example of all that is good.
More than anything, they have taught me how to be a better person. I’m not alone. The world is filled with people who have reached the same conclusion and are happy to share why."
Scott Thornsley thought his life was over. He lost his job of 19 years, and his wife left him. He felt no one loved or wanted him. He decided to kill himself. At the very moment he chose to act on his decision, his Rottweiller Emma ran into the room, grabbed his hand ferociously, and pulled him to the front door. What happened next, in the darkest moment of his life, saved him.
Joyce Peterkin lost her home and belongings in Hurricane Katrina – but she still had her chihuahua, Little Bit. Just as Joyce was finding some normalcy in her life, Little Bit began persistently nudging a spot on her breast. In this book, we find out what Little Bit knew that doctors didn’t.
Mazie the Lab was on death row at a shelter. She was rescued by a prison canine training program and then by a service dog charity. Freda Powell was in her own battle with life. She had challenged autistic twin boys and was trying to survive the loss of her oldest son in a heartbreaking tragedy. The last thing Freda wanted was a dog until Mazie came and rescued her entire family.
Alyssa Denis was in her early 20’s when she was diagnosed with Severe Systemic Lupus. She was a shut-in, confined to her bed, in pain and living alone. Doctors told her she wouldn’t live past the age of 25. That’s when she applied for a service dog. In this book you learn how Luna the Labrador gave Alyssa a reason to get up and live the life she was told she’d never have.
In 1956 and 1957, a number of teenagers in Chicago were brutally murdered by a suspected serial killer. Gloria Wardrum was 19 and worked during the day. The only time she could walk her always-friendly Airedale Terrier Ginger was in the evening. One afternoon, at dusk, while playing with Ginger in a park, Gloria fell asleep against a tree. She abruptly awoke to Ginger’s fierce growls as the dog tugged at her leash, trying to get to a man who was approaching. The man was twisting a rope between his hands as he got closer. What happened next proved to Gloria the divinity of dogs.As much as we look up at the stars and know there is more than life on earth, the divinity of dogs is just as unexplainable and profound. They may be the purest example of divine love in an earthly soul many of us ever experience. If we take their lead, open our hearts and embrace their love, we may just find our own journey a lot more enlightening.” - Jennifer Skiff buy on amazon