Coming home to a loud and boisterous Woof is one of the best feelings anyone can experience. Seeing the joy and excitement in your dog's eyes as he dances around you, wagging his tail, is enough to revitalize anyone after a hard day
Woof, my young, handsome, noble and intelligent German shepherd rescue was one of a kind whose life was stolen in an unfortunate accident and whose departure left a hole that was too big to fill.
Before I met him, I thought I knew dogs, but Woof unveiled a world of dogs to me of which I was previously unaware. For that I will be forever grateful.
101 Things I Learned from Woof is a tribute to our pets-those that are still with us, and those that live only in our memories. It is a testament to how our dogs, specifically, improve our lives without our knowing it. Each quote is a life lesson that, I believe, will resonate with many readers. I sincerely hope you will be able to gain as much or more from them as I learned from Woof, himself.
The Hebrew word for dog is kelev meaning like the heart. What more needs to be said?