New Book About How Dogs Can Teach You Relationship Success

I recently learned about a new book by Sheryl Matthys entitled: Leashes and Lovers, What Your Dog Can Teach You About Love, Life, and Happiness. I’ll be attending the launch party for the book this evening (Tues, 3/30) in New York City (click here for details). I’ve donated a photo session for a raffle they are running at the event. Party proceeds will help benefit The American Humane Society.


Below is some information about the book as well as a way to get bonus gifts and be eligible for prizes when you order the book on Wednesday, 3/31/2010. You’ll also be supporting a great cause because on March 31, each order supports the American Humane Association whose mission is about the human-animal bond much like the message of the book.

Prizes and Bonus Gifts include: website creation, online shopping sprees, a modern platform dog bed, personalized dog birthday party, sterling silver necklace with yellow sapphires, gift certificates, business tips from Rich Dad, Poor Dad’s Robert Kiyosaki and Entrepreneur Mack Burnett III, Pet Photo Secrets, coaching advice, audio of World Peace Diet, dog training tips and much more!

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