Both of these books provide an inside view of a dog’s brain, with funny tidbits of the dog trying to rationalize the things humans do.
For instance. . .
- Why do people have this “obsession” with picking up dog waste if we’re only going to throw it into a can, and not even take it with us on a walk?
- When an owner is named Annie, the same name as the main dog’s sister, he believes that people love dogs so much that we name people these dog names.
This book focuses on the dog’s journey with a special girl, Clarity (or CJ, as she gets older). CJ has some personal and family issues, and the dog knows that his main purpose is to help her with these problems. Will he be successful?
And the major question: Will he stop being reincarnated and eventually fulfill his purpose as a dog?
A Dog’s Journey is moving, sad, inspirational, and makes me want to spoil my dog rotten! If you are a dog lover, these two books, A Dog’s Purpose and A Dog’s Journey, are for you!
What is the cutest thing your pet has ever done?