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Where the Dogs Go

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"[Where the Dogs Go] is about eternal love, friendship, and the powerful human-canine bond ..." - Kirkus Reviews

We have all heard about the "Rainbow Bridge," but often wonder what it is like.

Do animals just sit and wait for their earthly families? Do they run and play together until we get there? Is there perhaps something more to their lives in the next universe while the
Published August 2nd 2017 by Dog Ear Publishing
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Jessica White
Dec 23, 2017 rated it really liked it
Calling all dog lovers!
I have been so lucky with my dog that I haven't had to experience one of my beloved pets crossing the rainbow bridge, but that is what this book is about.
I was nervous to start this book because it's written through a dogs point of view, because the last one I read (Downward Dog) didn't capture a dogs voice the way I wanted it to. But this one did! Lucky, who we soon learn to love as Monk, is thrown into this world by his birth momma with one other brother. But for some re
Lone Tree Reviews
Nov 05, 2017 rated it really liked it
Where The Dogs Go is a short tale of what happens to dogs after they cross that Rainbow Bridge. As told through the eyes of a dog named Lucky aka Monk. Monk has a glorious first few weeks with his mother and brother until he is forced to live in a shelter because of Monk just not being the perfect dog. It's there that he meets Beth aka Luv who will be with him until he crosses over one unexpected night. As Monk deals with losing Luv and trying to fit on the other side of the Rainbow Bridge, he f ...more
Jennifer Rose
Nov 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
The premise of Where The Dogs Go was so interesting to me, see I work with dogs and cats everyday. I'm proud to be a Veterinary Technician, so needless to say animals are a true passion of mine. So when I happened across this book I thought hmmmm...interesting concept but it will probably bring me to tears multiple times.

Everyone can always use a good cry fest now and then, so I figured what the heck, right? I was not only happily surprised while reading this book to make it through with very l
Oct 13, 2017 rated it it was ok
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The title is appropriate, as the book tells the author's version of what dogs are thinking & where they end up going after they die. It's told in a pretty simple format, delivered almost too simply for this reader... I really had to keep working thru the book, & I couldn't really accept the author's version of what happens after dogs 'cross the rainbow bridge'.... I really love dogs, & I think that's what kept me reading...& it did have a nice, kind of surprising ending.......but ...more
Anthony Poon
Oct 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A charming story, Janell’s introspective tale of love and adventure transports the reader to exciting and illuminating places. A journey worth traveling, this book compels me to bring a dog home today, maybe two!
Sep 01, 2017 rated it really liked it
This is a cute story about the love between a dog and his humans. It goes through the life of a dog and it's an interesting perspective. This was a short fast read and I enjoyed it.
Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for giving me a copy to read and review.
Sherri Lewis
Oct 04, 2017 rated it really liked it
Very cute story that will make you smile, and maybe even shed a few tears. Great for when you want a quick read, that is very heartfelt.
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