Roxanne Hawn

Biography

A journalist, writer, copywriter, and blogger, Roxanne Hawn works from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, USA, where she lives with her human soul mate, Tom; an elderly Lab + Greyhound named Ginko; and a new Border Collie puppy named Clover.

Roxanne began blogging about her Heart Dog / canine soul mate, Lilly, in April 2007. A real-time memoir, the blog — called Champion of My Heart — chronicled life with a brilliant, sensitive dog. Then, things became complicated following Lilly’s rare adverse rabies vaccine reaction. The fight for Lilly’s life lasted 693 days. Lilly died December 17, 2013.

Heart Dog: Surviving the Loss of Your Canine Soul Mate stems from that experience. Roxanne’s recovery from the profound loss remains ongoing.

Smashwords Interview

Is the advice in this book *only* for people who've lost dogs? Or would it help someone who is grieving a cat or other companion animal?
Good question. The book does focus on the relationship between people and dogs, but I think much of the advice does apply across all kinds of grieving -- people, pets, you name it.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
That's easy. Mountain girl adventures with my new border collie puppy, Clover.
Read more of this interview.

Where to find Roxanne Hawn online


Books

Heart Dog: Surviving the Loss of Your Canine Soul Mate
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 18,230. Language: English. Published: June 11, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Home and Garden » Pets & livestock, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Emotional healing
The death of any dog is hard. The death of a Heart Dog – a canine soul mate – is much, much worse. Even if you’ve experienced pet loss before, losing your canine soul mate is different. Typical grief advice isn’t nearly enough. Heart Dog offers practical ideas for coping with your grief and provides inspiration for finding your place in the world after such a profound loss.

Roxanne Hawn's tag cloud

canine soul mate    dog    dog grief    dog loss    dogs    grief    grieving    grieving and recovery    heart dog    pet loss