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BFF My Dog Is My Best Friend- The Human Animal Connection

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Judy H Wright-Pet Grief Coach

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Is your dog your BFF?  Mine is my best friend and we invite you to join us in exploring the human and animal connection. 

Each week we will be interviewing pet owners, trainers and nutritionists.  We will be exploring the basic question"What have you learned about yourself because your dog loves you?"  If you are interested in being interviewed or sharing a story for the upcoming books contact us at info@ILovePetStories.com    You will want to claim your download of a priceless eBook on dog behavior at http://www.ILovePetStories.com 

More than one third of all Americans live with dogs today--that is approximately 55 million dogs.  The average owner expects to shell out nearly $12,000 in the course of a dog's life.   99 percent of dog owners report that they see their dogs as family members.

We love our dogs, but they love us too. 5 ways they can improve our lives.

  1. Companionship.
  2. Unconditional love.
  3. Improved health and wellness
  4. They listen.
  5. They make you smile and laugh.

Before you get a dog, you may have trouble imagining what living with one will be like.  After you have had a canine best friend, you will be unable to imagine life without your pet.

Join us weekly as we discuss grief & loss when a pet dies, nutrition, training, breeding and rescue dogs. Check out http://www.IlovePetStories.com  and watch for upcoming books & tele-classes. You will be glad.

Judy Helm Wright aka "Auntie Artichoke" pet owner

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