Soulmate Dog

Soulmate Dog

By Michelle B Slater

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Part love story of one woman's extraordinary relationship with her animal companion, part philosophical examination of the special relationship between humans and dogs, and part exploration of the expanding field of modern integrative veterinary medicine, Soulmate Dog takes readers gently through the messiness of grieving the loss of a beloved animal companion with the story of Michelle Slater and her dog, Brady.

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Publisher: Wandering Cloud Press
Publish Date: 06/10/2024
Pages: 232
ISBN-13: 9781963452006
ISBN-10: 1963452003
Language: English

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Part love story of one woman's extraordinary relationship with her animal companion, part philosophical examination of the special relationship between humans and dogs, and part exploration of the expanding field of modern integrative veterinary medicine, Soulmate Dog takes readers gently through the messiness of grieving the loss of a beloved animal companion with the story of Michelle Slater and her dog, Brady.

"You will love Brady and his soulmate, Michelle. Their journey together-one filled with joy and pain and, ultimately, transformative triumph-will inspire you to be a more grateful, mindful, courageous and loving human."

-Sy Montgomery, author of How to Be A Good Creature

Michelle's dog Brady became seriously ill at the age of five (and, according to his veterinarians, should not have survived). Searching for answers, Michelle turned to the growing field of animal communication. Animal communicators argue that anyone can be coached to listen, understand, and respond to animals. Through training with Debbie McGillivray in the art of animal communication, Michelle became semi-fluent in the language of dogs. As a result of their extraordinary conversations, Michelle shares in Soulmate Dog how Brady transformed the way she sees animals-as well as how we as humans love and grieve, and live day-to-day with our animals.

Humans are illiterate not just about grief, but about love and daily communication. Love (and then grief) for our pets resides in a place that human vocabulary doesn't exist for; the language of dogs, as taught to Michelle by Brady, makes the love we have for our pets even stronger.


About the Author

Michelle Slater is a scholar of comparative literature and president of the educational nonprofit Mayapple Center for the Arts and Humanities in Connecticut.

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