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Walking with Peety

The Dog Who Saved My Life

By Eric O'Grey

  • Hardback
  • £19.99

The heartwarming tale of how adopting Peety, the overweight middle-aged shelter dog saved the author's life by helping him believe in himself and lose over 150 pounds.

Eric was 150 pounds overweight, depressed, and sick. After a lifetime of failed diet attempts, and the onset of type 2 diabetes due to his weight, Eric went to a new doctor, who surprisingly prescribed a shelter dog. And that's when Eric met Peety: an overweight, middle-aged, and forgotten dog who, like Eric, had seen better days. The two adopted each other and began an incredible journey together, forming a bond of unconditional love that forever changed their lives. Over the next year, just by going on walks, playing together, and eating plant-based foods, Eric lost 150 pounds, and Peety lost 25. As a result, Eric reversed his diabetes, got off all medication, and became happy and healthy for the first time in his life-eventually reconnecting with and marrying his high school sweetheart. WALKING WITH PEETY is for anyone who is ready to make a change in his or her life, and for everyone who knows the joy, love, and hope that dogs can bring. This is more than a tale of mutual rescue. This is an epic story of friendship and strength.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781478971160
  • Publication date: 26 Oct 2017
  • Page count: 240
  • Imprint: Grand Central Publishing
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