“Joe Camp did it again! I Love this book. It is short, a quick easy read, but PACKED with profound insight into the way dogs view life. It is a book I will read over and over to remind me that by viewing the world thru a dog’s eyes I can become a better person.” – Jane Collier
I’ve spent three decades wandering around inside the heart and soul of a dog, writing Benji stories, directing Benji movies, trying to understand how to better draw you, the audience, in there with me. This time and effort spent on four legs learning to inhale the world from a canine point of view has taught me many amazingly simple lessons about life. Lessons that can and should apply to our lives, yours and mine, because they work better.
Dogs realize that one’s soul prospers from sharing, caring, relating, fulfilling. And they know there is nothing more important in life than love. Not money. Not status. Not peer pressure.
Ponder this quiz. Have you ever told a little white lie? Or maybe a bigger one that wasn’t even white? Have you ever stomped through the front door all grumpy and barking at your kids, or your spouse? Have you ever questioned the value of being persistent, not giving up? Or being loyal? Or having passion? Have you ever had to work at making someone else happy? Have you ever shaded the truth in a business deal? Or pondered the meaning of the word selfish?
Your dog hasn’t. None of the above.
And we can all learn from that.
And that’s what this book is about.
“This may be a little book, but it packs a HUGE message. The heart-felt warmth and genuine love for dogs with which Joe writes is contagious. Even if you don’t have a dog or dogs, the lessons in this book are still applicable. And if, after reading this book, you find yourself at your local animal shelter, don’t be surprised! This book would make a great gift to give to ANYONE! ” – Ruth Swander
“Joe Camp is a master storyteller.” – The New York Times
“One cannot help but be touched by Camp’s love and sympathy for animals and by his eloquence on the subject.” – Michael Korda, The Washington Post
“Joe Camp is phenomenal! Everything he writes somehow always hits home. His love for animals is wonderful. When you have lost touch this is a must read.” – Suzanne Reeves