Dogs Have Feeling II
Livy, my dog, is the real author...I just put his thoughts down on paper, as her editor. Believe it or not, a gentleman actually asked me, "How does Livy communicate with you". Obviously, he has never been a pet owner. All pet owners have a two way conversation with their pet. Livy wants everyone to know what questions roam a pet dogs mind as he goes through the different stages of his life. The questions Livy asks are no different from the questions form a two or three year human child. Many people take a child for granted thinking they are too young to understand the situation or he conversation between two adults. The pet is allowed to see and hear everything too and is taken for granted. Livy feel that it is fair people take pets for granted. Livy takes it a couple levels higher...Livy wants pet owners to know how to properly take care of their pets. She feels all people should the know the basics about taking care of animals. They have a right to live a good life. After all, they are a living creatures created by God. Livy watches a lot of TV when left home alone. She know believes in God and tries to understand how to walk the Christian path. She warns about letting young children watch just anything on TV. A two or three year old child could learn something their parents would disapprove, but many parents dont think a 2 or 3 year is old enough to learn and understand. Stop and think about that hard.Livy has got opinions. He talks about everything and every group of people, you and old. If you dont have thick skin, dont read the book. The book is geared for middle schoolers, but parents should read the book so they are aware of what their children are reading. Livy asks a lot of questions about growing up, so this book would make an excellent book for teens. The book raises a lot of questions about cultures...parents should encourage teens to sit down with them and get those questions out in the open. Believe it or not, many of the worlds problems may not have become problems, if there more communication between parents and their children...or adults and other children. Think about it, when some politicians try to curb the budget, looking for savings, the first thing they look at is funding for schools. Well, where do you think astronauts, lawyers, doctors come from. They were 2 and 3 years...they went through early childhood education. Children at a young age can learn...so can a dog. A dog can learn more than, "roll over", "play dead", "fetch" or "sicum". A three year old child can see something today, in person, and remember that significant incident for many years after...or even the rest of their life on earth. Livys first book, "All Dogs Have Rights", started the reader out on the journey, to show the reader a dog goes through and how to better care for dogs. Many folks would be very surprised to find out, Livy has diabetes and currently going blind at only 7 years old. Readers began to open their eyes to the world of a dog and soon realize, a dog goes through many of trials humans go through. Readers who read the first book, "All Dogs Have Rights", have found Livys love life is typical of a human teen searching for love only to find out that sometimes, love hurts.This book, "Dogs Have Feelings II", will talk about a secret that is embedded in the first book, "All Dogs Have Rights". Winners, more than one, have a chance at winning $10,000 with no purchase required to win. We are going to literally give away cash prizes. My wife thinks I am crazy but we want to give back for supporting Livys quest to make people aware, Dogs have feeling too.We are delighted at all the emails, pictures and questions from all over the world. Livy is going to show the pictures and questions in the next book.
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date: 2014-10-06