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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Dogs Still Know Best: Two Angels Guide Their Human Through Grief, Learning & Love by Angie Salisbury with Iris Matos is an uplifting story of love, relationships, and support between dogs and humans. Living with dogs is special and many readers will have experienced living with dogs and appreciating their unconditional love, empathy, protection, and companionship. The author's feelings of grief after losing her dogs, Bimmer and Bertram, and the richness they brought to her life are discussed, along with how it sparked her spiritual journey. Iris Matos, the Animal Communicator, gives good insights on how to communicate with living pets as well as those in the spiritual realm. The author also introduces readers to her new dog, Minnie.
This book will give readers a new perspective when it comes to looking at dogs. The book is profound and will help readers manage grief and encourage them to adopt a new way of thinking. The concept of animal spirit guides is fascinating and will make readers pay attention to and understand animal totems directly. The author's experiences will take readers into a different realm, that of a spiritual dimension, and the intense connection between humans and dogs and the emotional feelings have been captured beautifully. This journey of loss, grief, healing, and rejuvenation will make readers laugh and cry at the same time. This book is definitely a must-read for all dog lovers and also for those who have lost a companion dog.