Showing posts from March, 2022

FiveSibes Newsy Tuesday's Book Nook Interview With Karin M. Keyes, Author of Journey Into Awareness

      It's Book Nook time here on FiveSibes, and as many of you who follow my blog know, I review all sorts of books—from books about dogs and horses, by dogs, or books for humans—fiction, non-fiction, and children's books. As a career photojournalist/author/editor, I love not only to write, but, of course, to read!   For today's FiveSibes Book Nook time, I am pleased to present to you on this first "virtual" stop along the author's book tour, a newly released title, one for us humans. It is a book of self-help, encouragement, and spiritual fulfillment by Karin M. Keyes, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) from Long Island, New York. I have had the honor of being this book's editor, and it is my opinion that Journey Into Awareness: Reclaiming Your Life is a helpful tool I believe everyone could benefit from reading.    I began working on this book last year and spent many hours with my senior Siberian Husky, Wolf, by my side as I was reviewing Karin

Our 7th Annual #LiveGibStrong Purple Day® for Epilepsy Blog Hop. #GoPurple With Us!

FiveSibes™ K9 Epilepsy Ambassadog & the Beautiful Face of #LiveGibStrong ~ "Gibson"       "People affected by epilepsy will change the face of epilepsy."   ~Anita Kaufmann Foundation U.S.A. Global Partner of Purple Day®   Those words in the above quote shared by the Anita Kaufmann Foundation are so very true. When a beloved pet is diagnosed with epilepsy, it needs to become our mission to advocate for them. In years past, a diagnosis of epilepsy often meant a recommendation for euthanasia. Thankfully, that is not the case today! There are lots of resources, information, and treatments to help manage epileptic seizures in dogs. Find out everything you can about Canine Epilepsy, and become informed on the topic so that you can have intelligent question-and-answer discussions with your veterinarian about what the best management care of your dog should be. Epi-dogs can-- and DO --live happy lives, and can certainly do whatever other dogs who do not have epi