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All Dogs Go To Kevin Giveaway

All Dogs Go To Kevin

All Dogs Go To Kevin by Dr. Jessica Vogelsang

All Dogs Go To Kevin is the first book, of what I hope is many, by Dr. Jessica Vogelsang. The book is a heartwarming portrait of a veterinarian, her beloved dogs, and the lessons she learns from each dog along the way.

If you are thinking , but this is a dog book, well it is about dogs, but applies to all of us that share our lives with an animal companion. And for the record, Dr. V also loves cats and her family shares their home with a feline too!

We have a great relationship with our veterinarians and feel fortunate that Annie, Eddie and Mercy are under their care.  All Dogs Go To Kevin will give you a peek inside the life of a veterinarian and might leave you with more respect and understanding for the work they do.

About Dr. Jessica Vogelsang

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Dr. Jessica Vogelsang

Dr. Jessica Vogelsang, you might also know her as Dr. V from her award-winning site Pawcurious, is an author, mother, practicing veterinarian, and medical communicator.  She graduated with honors from the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. V is a gifted storyteller and she understands how much we love our pets.  She knows that our love of animals is the thread that ties us together and she is able to weave the ways our pets make us better into the stories that help influence positive change.

Dr. V is also a friend of mine and I have to tell you she is wicked smart with a sense of humor to match.  Many times I  laugh so hard I can’t even type a response to her quick witted comments, even if I could think of a worthy comeback. She adds just the right amount of levity at just the right time to keep up our spirits when feeling forlorn.

I think you will love Dr. V’s book as much as I do.

The All Dogs Go To Kevin Giveaway!

All Dogs Go To Kevin with Dr. V

One member of The Tiniest Tiger community will win a copy of All Dogs Go To Kevin by Dr. Jessica Vogelsang.  If you can’t wait to read Dr. V’s book you can find it on Amazon (affiliate link): All Dogs Go To Kevin.

How to Enter

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  • Sue J

    I’ve learned that they are much smarter than most people think!

  • Carolyn Daley

    My cats teach me patience and how to relax. Sometimes they know when I need a break before I do. Mushu our Snowshoe Siamese likes to jump in my lap and curl up in a ball. Petting him is very calming.

  • Lisa Voyce

    Unconditional love is what I have know for a very long time.

  • sexybrat

    I have learned to love unconditionally.

  • Katie

    I have learned to slow down and relax

  • biggie55

    I learned from my cat to take ten a day and relax with them it calms me down and i get purrs, kisses and head butts.

  • MichelleNelson&Famly

    I’m a work in progress learning from our dogs how to start each day new not to dwell on the past.

  • Lisa Pecora

    I learn from my cats to not worry about stupid stuff and to just enjoy life.

  • Shelley Joy P

    My dogs have taught me to enjoy life and to start everyday off fresh 🙂

  • Patchycat

    No outfit is complete without pet hair!

  • Shirley Lalonde

    I have learned from my cat to never give up on things you want.

  • sandy weinstein

    i have learned that my 3 girls are my very best friends, they dont judge me, and love me unconditionally and make the best warm blankets during the cold winter months. i have also learned that my 3 girls are an excellent judge of character and a human. if they dont trust someone, that leaves me skeptical abt trusting that person as well, since my girls are people persons, so if they dont like them, something maybe up.

    • Super Hurrah! Sandy you are the winner of the All Dogs Go To Kevin giveaway! I am sending your copy of the book by our friend Dr. V today!! Thank you for being a member of The Tiniest Tiger community.

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  • Sabrina

    Go big or go home (especially when it comes to food) and always enjoy life to the fullest! Don’t worry what anyone else thinks 🙂

  • Joanne

    Unconditional love!

  • Kris Gilley

    From my cats (and the dogs I had growing up), I have learned that animals can tell when people are hurting. If I was sad or sick, they have always stayed close by and checked on me, snuggled with me for comfort. It’s no wonder that playing with animals is known to lower blood pressure in humans!

  • CynG

    From my cats: don’t take things too seriously.

  • Cat Fleming

    From my Tripawed kitty Trillian, I learned that a handicap doesn’t have to keep you down, you just find alternate ways to do what you want to do. It has helped me cope with my own disabilities. And humor helps too… My cats make me laugh often, which always makes me feel better!

  • Deb Schaaf

    From my cats: the importance of being yourself.
    From my dogs: the importance of loving unconditionally.

  • Victoria L.

    Both my cats and dogs have taught me that even when I think I don’t have a friend in the world they are there for me to provide comfort and love, they just seem to know.

  • Mona

    I’ve been owned by many a cat throughout the years, but I think the biggest lesson I learned was from my cat, Daisy, during the six months I was blessed to have her after her kidney disease/failure was diagnosed. She was placed on medication, one a capsule she had to take whole, and subcu fluids were administered weekly. Not once did she ever argue or fight to take the meds or fluids, to the point that she didn’t need to be held or restrained in any manner when it came to the fluids. She fought to live, she wanted to live, even on the day we said our final goodbyes. She taught me so much about having a fighting spirit, and the will to live, even today I tear up thinking of her, as the lessons I learned during those months were profound for me.