Jump into the world of Dr. Diane Pomerance. Explore her knowledge and love for animals and the universe through her books and audio recordings. Shipping and handling is $3.50 on each item, shipping discounts on multiple items, and delivery is guaranteed within one week of purchase. You can also pay via PayPal.
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Katherine: A Woman of Vision
Katherine Sedonia Hayward was a renowned British psychic, medium and healer. Born in Wales, in 1899, she had an out-of-the-body experience at age 7 that forever changed her life: she found herself on another plane of existence, surrounded by "angelic beings" who told her that she had much work to do on earth and that she must return to her physical body. Upon awakening, she felt peculiar, spoke in a full mature adult voice and knew the past, the present, and the future. Keep up to date with announcements and news about Katherine: A Woman of Vision by liking the page on Facebook!
FINDING PEACE: After the Loss of a Loved Animal Companion
"Finally, a book by someone who understands the deep bonds so many of us share with our companion animals, and it lets us know it is okay to grieve just as we would for any other family member. Dr. Pomerance knows that the changes we go through during these difficult times are normal and takes us through the grieving process." – Karen Zenker, DVM Corinth Animal Hospital, Corinth, Texas.
Pet Parenthood: Adopting the Right Animal Companion For You
"In this heartwarming, insightful, and beautiful book, Dr. Pomerance captures the joys, outright importance, and serious responsibilities of bringing animal companions into our lives. She eloquently expresses how, for pets as well as people, being a part of a family means being loves, pampered, cared for, cherished, protected, and adored. And she also wisely imparts that because pets give us so very much in return, when we take them into our lives, we have the greatest responsibility of all: to be their best buddies, cheerleaders, supporters, caregivers, and, ultimately the ones who do right by them, not just when they're cute little puppies and kittens, but all the way through to the end of their lives." – James Bias, President, SPCA of Texas.
"For anyone who has experienced the loss of a pet, this book will help them deal with this very emotional and difficult time. I recommend this book to adults and children alike. The subject of grief for pets has been dealt with in a sensitive manner that will provide comfort and understanding in this special book." – Warren Cox, Former Director, SPCA of Texas
When Your Pet Dies
When Your Pet Dies CD
"A wonderful, uplifting and inspiring book that is written in a manner that will help children understand and appreciate the importance of animals in their lives and the responsibility they have to them." – Warren Cox, President, SPCA of Texas.
ANIMAL COMPANIONS: Your Friends, Teachers & Guides
ANIMAL COMPANIONS: Your Friends, Teachers & Guides CD
"A must-read for all human kind! Your heartstrings are pulled by the eloquent words parlayed through Dr. Pomerance and the compelling illustrations. Animals are placed on this earth for many reasons – to heal our minds and souls, to teach us about our spiritual natures, to remind us to be unselfish, and to provide us with insight as to our true purpose on the planet. You will understand this after such an engaging read." – Kimberly Smith, Director of Humane Education and Social Services, SPCA of Texas.
ANIMAL COMPANIONS In Our Hearts, Our Lives and Our World
ANIMAL COMPANIONS In Our Hearts, Our Lives and Our World CD
"Simply wonderful! Dr. Pomerance has written sensitively about the experience nearly all of us have had – having spent years with a beloved pet throughout its youth and into its later life, where, as we do with our own bodies and spirits, rejoice in a life that has been lived, but one which, sadly for us, inevitably ends. Dr. Pomerance's work gives us pause in asking us to rethink what aging and dying are really about – loving one another unconditionally." – Bert Hayslip, Jr., Ph.D. Regents Professor of Psychology. University of North Texas