I want others to benefit from our experiences instead of having to learn things the hard way.
That is the inspiration behind my blog, my Facebook group and everything else I do. That is the motive behind my book.
I have written Symptoms to Watch for in Your Dog to help dog parents understand the importance of changes in their dog's behavior and habits, the many signs that something is going on with their health.
The goal of the book is to teach people what to look for and when to seek veterinary care.
I want to take this one step further to help those who know their dog needs to see a vet but they cannot afford it. I know what it's like knowing you need to go to a vet, but don't have the money.
Should people who are broke not be allowed to have a dog? Some argue they shouldn't. But not having money doesn't mean those people aren't able to give their dogs love and care and happy lives.
Here is where I need your ideas.
I want half of the revenue from the sales of my book to go into a critical veterinary care fund to assist those who are not able to afford veterinary care on their own. I know there are some organizations out there providing such assistance; perhaps I could work with one of them. I know very little about these things, and I need your ideas and help.
What do you say?
Please comment or email me directly with ideas to email@example.com