Previous Chicago radio correspondent Janet Sutherland was living alone in Ohio when a burst cerebrum aneurysm left her battling for her life. After completely recuperating from her disease and grieving the demise of her first pooch, she saved Andrew J, a Pembroke corgi who had been manhandled and deserted. Andrew J quickly went up against the part as a “treatment” canine for Janet. The book highlights that tending to puppies regularly rouses us to care more for ourselves, especially in times of emergency.
“I needed to highlight the essential part treatment pooches play in the lives of individuals who are debilitated or have been harmed,” said Sutherland. “It began as a path for me to disclose to my young nieces why Andrew J assumed such an imperative part in my life and afterward I understood that it’s a story that such a large number of individuals who’ve been in my circumstance can identify with.”
A segment of the returns from this novel gathering of stories will be given to the Mind Aneurysm Establishment, the all around perceived pioneer in cerebrum aneurysm mindfulness, instruction, support, promotion and research financing. The establishment gives bolster and instructive materials and data to mind aneurysm patients, their families, and the therapeutic group. The Cerebrum Aneurysm Establishment likewise finances fundamental research that can specifically profit those influenced and lessen the frequency of cracked aneurysms.
Continues will likewise be given to Corgiaid, a philanthropic association that helps with the safeguard and encouraging of corgis and corgi blends.
For more data, please contact Janet Sutherland 773-633-8006 or Sutherlandmedia@gmail.com. The book is accessible on Amazon, Barnes and Respectable and Lulu.com.