MY CAUSES

My Mission: End Animal Suffering

People ask, “What is your passion, your purpose in life?

Easy for me: To stop the suffering of all animals!

My life revolves around animals and I support many organizations that do amazing work in all parts of the world. See my list below.

My latest project is to help build Animal Shelter Zakovica, a permanent shelter in the region of Dubrovnik in Croatia. I want to make sure these dogs and cats have a permanent roof over their heads and to have proper facilities to have spay and neuter programs.

Another one of my latest causes is Animal Rahat, a project which helps working animals in India. There are so many forgotten hard working animals! ​

An organization I have immeasurable respect for is the Humane Society International. They are all over the world and are often the first on the ground when disaster strikes.

I also support the ASPCA - they do unimaginable hard work - right here in North America - very dedicated people. A mere 60 cents a day goes a long way.

One of my very favourite animals is the elephant. Such gentle giants. One organization doing good work with elephants is The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee. Check them out!

And of course I also support PETA, In Defence of Animals.

If you want to get a gift for someone in your life - donate to an organization of your choice. In this day and age we all have everything we need in life. Instead of buying gift and presents, I donate in the name of whoever has a birthday. Or at Christmas. Most organizations will mail a nice card to the person in who's name you donated.

Let's all make a difference in the life of animals. Thank you!

Dogs are not our whole life,
but they make our lives whole.

— Roger Caras (writer)

PURPOSE

My purpose is to share my 25+ year journey of continous learning and breakthroughs in my quest to have healthy 4-legged companions.

PHILOSOPHY

My philosophy of life is clear and simple: do the absolute best you can for your fellow beings, whether they are two-legged or four-legged, and expect nothing less from those surrounding you.

Thorns may hurt you, men desert you,
sunlight turn to fog;
but you’re never friendless ever,
if you have a dog.

— Douglas Mallock (poet)