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10 thoughts on “Paws Effect: The Healing Power of Dogs

  1. Beth/Sr. Elizabeth Beth/Sr. Elizabeth says:

    I probably liked this book so much because it goes along with what I already know that dogs can heal people when all else fails but why wait until all else fails?? Go get a shelter dog


  2. Kim Kim says:

    Loved loved loved this book Anyone who even likes cats and dogs will look at them on a whole new level after reading this book The book inspired myself to find out if there was anything I could add to the world through my love of animalsespecially dogs and cats


  3. Michelle Michelle says:

    Being a dog lover I'm already very familiar with the emotional upside of being around dogs but this book took it a step further by suggesting that the ancient relationship between man and dog is evolving beyond companionship and emotional well being As a former puppy raiser for guide dogs I was interested to learn that the use and acceptance by society of dogs for other physical disabilities is fairly recent Today research is continuing into how dogs are able to actually smell cancer in patients that cannot be diagnosed by medical doctors amazing I was moved to tears by the story of Vietnam Veterans who had handled dogs during the war and the efforts they go to today to advocate for Irai vets wishing to adopt their canine war partners An excellent read for any dog lover


  4. Kristin Kristin says:

    I really enjoyed this book At first glance I thought it was just going to be stories about dogs kind of like the Chicken Soup for the Dog Lovers series I learned a lot of things from this book from the Delta Society to Therapy dogs and war dogs The only thing I wish the author would have done differently is to put pictures in the stories because I don't know what some dog breeds look like off hand I would recommend this book to anyone that has a dog


  5. Margaret Margaret says:

    As one who does pet therapy with my dog I wanted to read this book when I saw a review in the Best Friends magazine It contained articles about people whose lives were changed by dogs The story about Bonnie Bergin's pioneering work with assistance dogs was really great she founded Canine Companions for Independence I was surprised to learn how smart dogs are and how much they can do to make the lives of humans so much richer


  6. Caroline Caroline says:

    This book explores paw power Dogs aren't called Man's Best Friend coincidentally Their companionship and intuition are both a comfort and a tool that are often times taken for granted or overlooked Sharon Sakson takes us from canines and cave men to scientific studies testing the theory that dogs can smell cancer they can I enjoyed reading about the healing power of dogs in people's lives And hope to have one of my own soon


  7. Joyce Joyce says:

    This book gives many solid examples of what dog lovers have always knowna person is healthier and happier when they own a dog and dogs are remarkably intuitive when it comes to knowing when where and how to give comfort to someone whether injured ill or just in a difficult state of mind AWESOME


  8. Bethany Bethany says:

    This was a very interesting and well written book I'd recommend it to anyone who loves dogs


  9. Vicki Vicki says:

    Very interesting book I have newfound respect for service dogs and their handlers If you love dogs you will like this book


  10. Patricia Patricia says:

    good is an informational book about helping dogs that aid people with disabilities


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10 thoughts on “Paws Effect: The Healing Power of Dogs

  1. Beth/Sr. Elizabeth Beth/Sr. Elizabeth says:

    I probably liked this book so much because it goes along with what I already know that dogs can heal people when all else fails but why wait until all else fails?? Go get a shelter dog

  2. Kim Kim says:

    Loved loved loved this book Anyone who even likes cats and dogs will look at them on a whole new level after reading this book The book inspired myself to find out if there was anything I could add to the world through my love of animalsespecially dogs and cats

  3. Michelle Michelle says:

    Being a dog lover I'm already very familiar with the emotional upside of being around dogs but this book took it a step further by suggesting that the ancient relationship between man and dog is evolving beyond companionship and emotional well being As a former puppy raiser for guide dogs I was interested to learn that the use and acceptance by society of dogs for other physical disabilities is fairly recent Today research is continuing into how dogs are able to actually smell cancer in patients that cannot be diagnosed by medical doctors amazing I was moved to tears by the story of Vietnam Veterans who had handled dogs during the war and the efforts they go to today to advocate for Irai vets wishing to adopt their canine war partners An excellent read for any dog lover

  4. Kristin Kristin says:

    I really enjoyed this book At first glance I thought it was just going to be stories about dogs kind of like the Chicken Soup for the Dog Lovers series I learned a lot of things from this book from the Delta Society to Therapy dogs and war dogs The only thing I wish the author would have done differently is to put pictures in the stories because I don't know what some dog breeds look like off hand I would recommend this book to anyone that has a dog

  5. Margaret Margaret says:

    As one who does pet therapy with my dog I wanted to read this book when I saw a review in the Best Friends magazine It contained articles about people whose lives were changed by dogs The story about Bonnie Bergin's pioneering work with assistance dogs was really great she founded Canine Companions for Independence I was surprised to learn how smart dogs are and how much they can do to make the lives of humans so much richer

  6. Caroline Caroline says:

    This book explores paw power Dogs aren't called Man's Best Friend coincidentally Their companionship and intuition are both a comfort and a tool that are often times taken for granted or overlooked Sharon Sakson takes us from canines and cave men to scientific studies testing the theory that dogs can smell cancer they can I enjoyed reading about the healing power of dogs in people's lives And hope to have one of my own soon

  7. Joyce Joyce says:

    This book gives many solid examples of what dog lovers have always knowna person is healthier and happier when they own a dog and dogs are remarkably intuitive when it comes to knowing when where and how to give comfort to someone whether injured ill or just in a difficult state of mind AWESOME

  8. Bethany Bethany says:

    This was a very interesting and well written book I'd recommend it to anyone who loves dogs

  9. Vicki Vicki says:

    Very interesting book I have newfound respect for service dogs and their handlers If you love dogs you will like this book

  10. Patricia Patricia says:

    good is an informational book about helping dogs that aid people with disabilities

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