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by Constance Coleman,Julie Adams Church

eBook Uncommon Friends: Celebrating the Human-Animal Bond download ISBN: 0915811960
Author: Constance Coleman,Julie Adams Church
Publisher: HJ Kramer/New World Library; 2nd edition (March 26, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 144
ePub: 1312 kb
Fb2: 1749 kb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: lrf lrf lit mbr
Category: Crafts and Home
Subcategory: Pets and Animal Care

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Julie Adams Church; Constance Coleman. Arrives by Tuesday, Aug 27.

In the late sixteenth century a mythical encounter was reported on an elephant hunt in the dense jungle north of the Tonle Sap, or Great Lake, of central Cambodia. King Satha of Cambodia and his retainers were beating a path through the undergrowth when they were halted by stone giants, and then a massive wall. For four centuries, this huge complex has inspired awe amongst visitors from all over the world, but only now are its origins and history becoming clear.

And as the animal messengers in these pages tell us, it is not only our pets lives that enrich us, but their deaths and .

And as the animal messengers in these pages tell us, it is not only our pets lives that enrich us, but their deaths and their message from beyond death that affect us as well. To help the ones left behind, a series of exercises is provided as an aid in the grieving process. These exercises show how we can ease the sorrow, renew the spirit and celebrate the lives of our pets through ceremony, ritual and memory recollection. This moving anthology depicts the tenderness, frailty and joy of the human-animal bond in a way only true stories can. Cross the Rubicon and you'll never be the same

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Human–canine bonding is the relationship between dogs and humans. This bond can be traced back at least 15,000 to 30,000 years ago to the Bonn-Oberkassel dog that was found buried with two humans

Human–canine bonding is the relationship between dogs and humans. This bond can be traced back at least 15,000 to 30,000 years ago to the Bonn-Oberkassel dog that was found buried with two humans. In the United States, over 48% of households have a pet dog. For centuries, dogs have been labeled as "man's best friend," offering companionship and loyalty to their human counterparts. This is evident in most homes where dogs are domesticated.

These companions have taught her lessons about loyalty, trust, and interdependency

These companions have taught her lessons about loyalty, trust, and interdependency.

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Drawing from her extensive work with animals, the author shares her experience of forming emotional relationships with cherished pets. These companions have taught her lessons about loyalty, trust, and interdependency. This edition features 30 percent new material including new chapters and illustrations.
Comments: (3)
Small Black
I love this book! It originally was titled "Joy in a Wooley Coat", how could you not like that? A few years later Julie added a few things and changed the title. Either way, it is a wonderful book. It was recommended to me by our vet when we had to put down our beloved German Shepherd. It was comforting to read how someone could articulate the pain I was feeling by losing my furry best friend. I have since purchased several copies and given them to friends when they are feeling the pain of losing a beloved dog. It is a delightful read, highly recommend it!
Nalaylewe
Inspiring read.
Swift Summer
I think this book may speak more to some, than others. It's more or less an autobiography of one woman's relationships with her beloved animals that have come into her life along the way. It's an easy, simple read that may make those who have recently lost a canine or feline friend feel a little less isolated in their grief. It overreaches a bit, perhaps for self-comfort ... but then don't we all, especially when we are mourning the bewildering loss of an animal who has shared so much of their lives with us. I found Ms. Adams Church's personal feelings and opinions on spirituality a little distracting but, overall, I enjoyed reading about her dogs and cats.