The Rainbow Bridge ...A Dog's Story by Judith Kristen

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After a very rough beginning in life as a puppy mill dog, Henley was rescued and then adopted into a loving home. His life was a full one, and a happy one. Henley became a Therapy Dog, a Reading Buddy, a Humane Education Ambassador, and the author of his very own book, "My Name is Henley: My life and times as a rescued dog." Thousands upon thousands of children embraced his story and his mission to find happily-ever-afters for all our animal friends. "Living a life that values life," and being "the voice for those who cannot speak for themselves," were the words upon which his mission was founded. Sadly, Henley's own life came to an end on March 13th, 2010, just three days after his twelfth birthday - but his story continues. In true "Henley" tradition, this dear old dog comforts us once again - now from another place - to help those who have suffered the loss of a pet, and to give them a sense of closure. Yes, the tears and sadness are normal, feeling the loss is normal, and so is moving forward - to honor that much-loved friend and pet. May this gentle sheepdog's words bring you comfort, smiles, understanding, and a reason to celebrate rich memories that live on and on. Even in the darkest of situations you can find the light...if you look in the right places. And this book is one of those places.
 

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Published April 10, 2010 by Aquinas & Krone Publishing, LLC. 92 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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