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Arlene’s credentials relative to the animal kingdom are amazing. As detailed in the "About the Author section" of her book, I Never Wanted To Say Goodbye, she created a video, A Day In The Life of A Dog, which gained national recognition. The video was made to promote responsible pet ownership. In 1991 it was nominated for a Dog Writer’s Association of America Maxwell Award.
She has served on the Board of Trustees of Morris Animal Foundation and the Board of Directors of the Humane Society of Sarasota County and Southeastern Guide Dogs.
Arlene is a member of many animal organizations such as the Yorkshire Terrier Club of America.
She has authored numerous articles regarding human/animals connections for many national publications.
Today she creates Designing Poet’s Doggie Note Cards which you will find on her website.
Arlene has devoted much effort towards the wellbeing of our four-legged friends. Her work and compassion is greatly admired and appreciated!
What are you doing to help our animal companions? Leave me a note and tell me all about it. I am a true animal lover!
Monday, April 18, 2011
A collection of pet bereavement poems, continued...
Posted by Kathryn Raths, M.A., LPC at 1:52 AM
Labels: book on pet loss, pet bereavement support, poetry
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Thank you so much for your kind words. I'm most appreciative.
People always say, "Your dogs are so lucky to have you." I have always said, "I'm so lucky to have them." Companion animals make our lives complete! I truly feel that every dog and cat should have a home and every home should have a dog and/or cat.
Love to you and your four-legged friends.