Jodi Jarvis-Therrian has done a lifelong independent study on animal advocacy, health and behavior. One of her biggest passions in life, as you may be able to tell, are the pets in my life. Besides making memory stones to help others honor their loved ones and helping their hearts heal. Another mission in my life is helping those animals who cannot do for themselves. She is passionate about sharing education with our youth including the proper way to approach a dog, the “no bite rules”, and being the voice for the animals who cannot speak for themselves. Recently, with the help of Paula Smith, Jodi started the Ashley Perry Reading Program at the Muskegon Humane Society. Jodi is an author and artist who has dedicated herself to honoring life with love in unique ways with glass art. She believes all life is sacred and strives to portray that in everything she does. Jodi writes a monthly article “Furry Philosophy” for Cats and Dogs magazine. She has written “Furry Philosophy and Memoirs Set in Stone.” She has a special place in her heart for reactive dogs and strives to educate owners and help those dogs over their hurdles. She assists Dog Blessed LLC with dog obedience classes. Jodi has 2, rescued pets, Odin her soul dog and Raven Roo kitty.
She believes in true magic such as Santa, fairies ,angels, and true love. Some of the most important things in life are not things you can see.
For all you animal lovers check you my favorite webpages that are interesting , helpful and or informative.
Books suggested for the loss of a pet.
Furry Philosophy and Memoirs Set in Stone by Jodi Jarvis-Therrian and friends .
The Healing Art of Pet Parenthood by Nadine M. Rosin
Animals as Teachers and Healers Susan Chernak -McElroy
Finally Home by Elizabeth Parker
All Angel Animal books by Linda and Allen Anderson
A dog's purpose by W. Bruce Cameron
A dog's journey by W. Bruce Cameron
Paw Prints in the Stars by Warren Hanson (this book has some sweet sentiments and room to preserve special memories and photos and memoirs)