Wendy Kelly is an animal behaviorist and a former psychological therapist. She is the owner of Pet Peeves Animal Training, Inc., and the founder of the Pawsitive Life Foundation, a nonprofit organization created to rescue and train dogs to detect early stages of cancer in humans. She is an instructor for the Animal Behavior College, where she helps shape the next generation of positive pet trainers. She lives in Clearwater, Florida. Dean Young is a head writer and cartoonist of the comic strip "Blondie." He lives in Clearwater, Florida.
"Amazing! A best seller for sure. This book will change people's lives forever. It's the real deal." --Randy 'Macho Man' Savage ""Buji and Me" is a genuine and moving story of how dogs are looking out for us. Your readers will find inspiration, guidance, and caring." --Michael McCulloch, Lac, MPH, PhD, Pine Street Foundation "Wendy Kelly describes in her book a philosophy that is beneficial for all beings to follow in life. Her stories on how animals can save human lives in the forms of dogs who 'sniff' out cancer or pets who guide and provide support to their human companions demonstrate the untapped potential in the human/pet connection. I highly recommend this book." --Deborah Bloome, PsyD ""Buji and Me" is not just an insightful guide for those of us who consider our animal companions a part of the family; it is a book for those who have battled cancer, know someone who has battled cancer, or fight this terrible plague still." --Stephen Bennett, celebrity interviewer, photographer, and animal welfare activist "Along with imparting important life lessons, "Buji and Me" tugs at your heartstrings. Ms. Kelly has a candid yet caring way of writing that makes you want to realize the potential in yourself and your pet(s)." --www.BibliophilicBookBlog.com (November 2011) "With fitting illustrations by cartoonist Dean Young and inspirational quotes peppered throughout, "Buji and Me" works to prove how animals can come into our lives and change them for the better." --"Modern Dog" (March 2012)