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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite
We learn a lot from our four-legged best friends. Some may argue that we are the pack leaders, but dogs really do know best. And they comfort, care for, make us laugh at their silly pranks, annoy us (briefly) and love us unconditionally. When they pass on to the great doggy fields in the sky, they still remain with us, forever in our hearts and our memories, our stories, and those thousands (or is it millions) of photographs we made them pose for. Tricia Spencer’s clever book, Forever Dogs: Wit and Wisdom From the Great Canine Beyond – Wagging Tails Telling Tales!, speaks from the heart, passing on the secrets of unconditional love (and fun and happiness and laughter and so much more) from one dog lover to another.
Forever Dogs begins with a senior dog passing his wisdom on to some young pups, who at first are squirming too much to listen. The wisdom focuses on how to make their humans happy so that their humans will make them happy. It’s supposed to be a win-win situation, but somehow, somewhere along the way, humans won more than the dogs and humans are the ones left behind with the memories of all those great times. Tricia Spencer has created a collage of photographs, captions, sayings, poems and so much more to make the reader laugh, cry, and just savor the complexity of true puppy love. A wonderful tribute to those who went before us and wait to rejoin us in the great beyond. This is a book to savor over and over again.