Friday, February 3, 2012

Woo-Woo...All Aboard for Today's Stop Along the Blog Book Release Tour

Today's What's Wrong With Gibson? Learning About K-9 Epilepsy Book Release Blog Tour stops at the Gimpy Dogs, and we are so pleased to be part of their blog and truly enjoyed their interview. We want to give a big "thank woo" to them for joining our book tour and for helping to spread the word about Canine Epilepsy Awareness and our book. We sure hope you'll pop over and read their great article and take some time to read some of their other great stories about dogs with special needs and the listing of resources available. We sure had a lot of fun and want to extend our wholehearted thanks for featuring us!

Gibson is pooped from all the touring, but loves that his furpals are helping to spread the word about Canine Epilepsy Awareness and helping to promote his book in order to help raise funds for the Canine Epilepsy Resources, a non-profit organization that provides valuable information and resources to Epi-Dog parents worldwide. He is busy catching some zzzzz's and dreaming about his next book tour stop - which will be this Sunday on Dog Works Media radio out of Alaska!

Other stops and sites along the way who are featuring  
What's Wrong With Gibson? that you may like to visit, 
so far include:

We thought we'd share our Canine Epilepsy Awareness video once again and give a nod to our Epi-furpals from across the globe (and to our Gibson who just turned 6 in January!)

If you would like to host us as part of the book tour, please feel free to contact us at FiveSibes(at)gmail(dot)com. We'd love to have you join in and help spread the word about K-9 Epilepsy Awareness. If you would like to purchase a copy of What's Wrong With Gibson? you can do so by visiting ArcticHouse Publishing.  A percentage of proceeds from the sale of the book will benefit the Canine Epilepsy Resources Center to aid them in their continued work of providing valuable information and resources to Epi-dog parents worldwide.


  1. One of our first labs was an epileptic so I am very happy about your campaign to raise awareness of canine epilepsy and to raise money for the resource center. There was little info available 20 yrs ago when we faced this disorder with our Lab. I'm so glad that the situation is changing.

  2. what a cool book for a good cause
    Benny & Lily

  3. Wow, your book tour is going great! This video was really super. I saw lots of my good furiends who are living happy lives. Thanks for sharing this with all of us.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

  4. Thank you for working for the cause! Me and Broo ( my epi dog) appreciate it whole heartidly!!