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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

"If I Should Die Before My Dog --" Book Tour Campaign & Giveaway




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.


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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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NOW FOR OUR SIGNED BOOK GIVEAWAY !!

5 LUCKY WINNERS!!

This special giveaway is brought to you by author's Joe and Cathy Connolly and Beck Valley Books
5 Lucky Winners will each receive a Signed Book from the authors.
Open US/CA, UK and Europe
Ending on Tuesday 18th December at 11.59pm EST


Enter Below and Good Luck !!

a Rafflecopter giveaway I received this book to review through Beck Valley Books, all the opinions above are 100% my own.
My Review:

This book should be mandatory for any pet owner. Whether you adopt from a Shelter, Rescue, or Breeder, a copy should go with you.
No matter what your age, you never know what will happen. If your a dog lover, like I am, you want them protected! They give such unconditional "Love" and don't ask for much in return. Now in a simple small book, Joe and Cathy Connolly have laid out what you need to do!
When you begin to fill in the blanks...first you decide who is going to be willing to care for completely your Furbabies. You need to plan and be in agreement. I've seen the poor souls in the dog pound who were left when their "person" could no longer take care of them. I sure wouldn't want these for my guys!
The book has the pages for you to fill in that will give their new owner all the information they will need. Things like...their Vet, are they microchipped? Do they like to ride in the car? How about grooming, time of day they like to eat. Nothing is to small to leave a message about!
This is something that I have never really thought much about, but I'm filling out my book for my three!

3 comments:

  1. It's heartbreaking to think of them being stranded without us and nobody knowing anything about them.

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  2. Maureen, like you, I am filling in the book blanks for my dog. I don't even want to imagine the grief my Tidbit would suffer should I die before her, but it is something I am planning for, for her sake. As much as I would hate to lose my girl I would rather suffer the loss of her than have her suffer losing me.

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  3. First, thank you Maureen for such a great review!!
    I think perhaps for most people, it at one time or another has passed through their mind. What would happen to their babies. As Maureen said those poor souls in the shelters. If those dogs had a book it would be so much easier for everyone concerned to find those "Forever Homes". Hopefully our book will help solve that problem and give owners peace of mind and some comfort knowing they planned for the next caregiver in the event it is ever necessary.

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