All Dogs Go To Kevin {Book Review}


Cynthia received a copy of “All Dogs Go to Kevin” in exchange for this review.  All opinions expressed here are honest and her own.


DOG LOVERS….This book is for you!

Join Jessica Vogelsang in her new book, All Dogs Go To Kevin – Everything Three Dogs Taught Me (That I Didn’t Learn in Veterinary School) as she takes you through a journey through her early adolescent years to motherhood and introduces the three dogs who helped her along the way.  First there was Taffy; then Emmett and Kekoa.  Jessica shares heartwarming stories how these dogs taught her more about life than she would ever imagine….love and loss.

All Dogs Go To Kevin  was a very enjoyable book and kept me reading to the end.  It was humorous at times and very sad and I personally recommend to have a box of tissues on hand while you read this one. It is definitely worth it!


Dr. Jessica Vogelsang grew up exploring the woods of her small New England town with her little Lhasa Apso, Taffy. After moving to San Diego and gradually becoming accustomed to the Southern California lifestyle over a ten year period, she decided to stay in California and go to vet school. She married a pet-ambivalent tech guy who has slowly warmed up to the idea of a house full of pets, but he’s still leery of adding chickens into the mix. After working in both general and emergency practice, Dr. Vogelsang discovered a passion for working with pets and families in the end-stages of life, and now practices full time with Paws into Grace providing hospice care to dogs and cats.
All Dogs Go To Kevin can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and anywhere books are sold.

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