Comments on Dean Koontz Talks About His Dog’s Death

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kathrean   thomasville, NC

5/20/2010 1:03:05 PM

WHEN I SEE ANY BOOK BY DEAN KOONTZ, I ALWAYS THINK THE NAME TRIXIE, MORE SO WHEN I FIND ONE WITH DOGS IN THEM.

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Christine Parker   Wilmington, NC

2/27/2010 1:57:18 PM

I was glad to hear the author share his saddness with the rest of us. I have just lost my show Pekingese to a German Shepherd and months later I am devestated.

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Daniel   San Marcos, TX

2/3/2009 5:19:51 AM

Like Mr. Koontz, I intuit the mystical abilities of so-called lower life forms especially K-9"s. I have written a screen play about a blind young man swept up by hurricane Katrina and is saved by a seeing eye dog that lost its owner in the storm. The dog Scout, has mystical powers that allow the young man to see the astral body of individuals when petting the dog.

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Patty   Youngstown, OH

12/4/2007 8:56:52 PM

I definitely agree with Mr koontz. Our dogs are special and do see things that we don't. I love to read, and will buy his new book since it is about my very favorite subject-dogs!

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Trisha   Whitney Point, NY

12/2/2007 4:01:17 PM

I have read almost all of Mr. Koontz's books and loved them all. I cannot wait to read the new one and am so sad hearing about Trixie. I hope they are able to find peace knowing that she is in a wonderful place and waiting for them!

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Katie   Suwanee, GA

12/2/2007 12:49:06 PM

I am sutch a book adict, I can't wait to read this one.

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Mary   Battle Creek, MI

12/2/2007 12:45:05 PM

That's so sad

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Julie & Justin   Chesterfield, MO

12/2/2007 11:44:03 AM

I love reading mr.Knoontz books and yes she was an inspiration to all we loved reading her tibids about what he had wrote, she is sadly missed

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Sue   Taylors, SC

12/1/2007 2:32:14 PM

My deepest sympathies to Mr. & Mrs. Koontz! I know all too well the emotional devastation of losing a beloved pet. Hopefully I have several more years left with my current "babies" - Callie & Shadow! Our pets are more than "just dogs", they are our family.

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Cheril   Amarillo, TX

12/1/2007 1:32:03 PM

Another book for my "Books to Read" list ... Thanks for the suggestion.

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sarah   chicago, IL

12/1/2007 1:13:25 PM

luv the article.

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Bailey & Mom   Westbury, NY

12/1/2007 10:16:11 AM

Koontz' dog Trixiehad a wonderful life. She serves as a service dog. In her retirement Trixie and Koontz wrote two books "Life is Good" and "Christmas is Good". These funny and touching books also benefit Canine Companions for Independence. This is the group that trained Trixie to be a service dog.

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Donna   Limington, ME

12/1/2007 8:58:16 AM

Maybe in time, Dean will bring another great friend home!

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megan   somewherein, OH

12/1/2007 8:28:42 AM

good
article

John 3:16

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Gayle   Denton, TX

12/1/2007 8:04:31 AM

I understand. When they are gone, a part of you is gone too.

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Sherry   Great Falls, MT

12/1/2007 7:53:42 AM

I know what it feels like to loose your best friend, i lost both of my babies a year apart from cancer. I am still numb, and sick at heart, as i loved them so.Check out there scrap books. Ayla #16 and Sassy a part of me died when they crossed over the rainbow bridge, i still find my self crying i miss them so.

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Christy   Covina, CA

12/1/2007 7:25:06 AM

I hate to hear about dogs that are loved passing on! "A dog is a dog." I DON'T THINK SO!!!!!

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Marina   Havertown, PA

12/1/2007 7:24:13 AM

I am certain our dogs are waiting for us in heaven.

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Sandi   Lake Milton, OH

12/1/2007 4:14:24 AM

Iys always a very sad day when we loose our beloved pets. The comfort we have is knowing they are no longer sick and are playing at the Rainbow Bridge.

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