Buji And Me: 7 Lessons From The Dog Who Rescued Me by Wendy KellyBuji And Me: 7 Lessons From The Dog Who Rescued Me by Wendy Kelly

Buji And Me: 7 Lessons From The Dog Who Rescued Me

byWendy KellyIllustratorDean Young

Paperback | November 11, 2011

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Head held high, I walked out of the shelter with the dog others had deemed hopeless. Minutes later, I was banished from my own car by bared teeth and bristled fur, caught in the rain and dripping wet, foiled by the very creature whose cause I had just championed. Never in my life had I asked so many times, 'What was I thinking?' When I rescued Buji, little did I know he would teach me some of life's most valuable lessons-and all he had to do to get my attention was save my life. In Bujiand Me, psychological therapist and animal behaviorist Wendy Kelly shares the principles of a dynamic, life-changing force that occurs when we allow our pets to become our teachers. If we are open and aware, they will guide us to being, well, better beings-present, honest, aware, focused, joyful, kind, and loving. Unleash the seven secrets of living the 'pawsitive' life . . . starting today.
Wendy Kelly is an animal behaviorist and a former psychological therapist. She is the owner of Pet Peeves Animal Training, Inc., and the founder of the Pawsitive Life Foundation, a nonprofit organization created to rescue and train dogs to detect early stages of cancer in humans. She is an instructor for the Animal Behavior College, wh...
Title:Buji And Me: 7 Lessons From The Dog Who Rescued MeFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:214 pages, 6.9 × 4.7 × 0.7 inShipping dimensions:6.9 × 4.7 × 0.7 inPublished:November 11, 2011Publisher:Medallion Media GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1605421111

ISBN - 13:9781605421117


Editorial Reviews

"With fitting illustrations by cartoonist Dean Young and inspirational quotes peppered throughout, Buji and Me works to prove how animals can come into our lives and change them for the better." —Modern Dog (March 2012)