Ken Smith Reinforces Dogs as Man’s Best Friend by Sharing the Life Story of His Own Pet
BROOKINGS, OREGON, September 11, 2020—Man and dog’s bond is further solidified through Ken Smith’s debut book, Cookie Crumbs: An Autobidography. Smith tells the life of his dog, Cookie, and how she changed the lives of both him and his wife. He also imparts a powerful lesson: To help end animal neglect and abuse.
The book starts off with Cookie’s adoption and further details the life she led with her family. Smith reveals how Cookie was really fond of the outdoors and going on adventures with her dad. Throughout her life, Cookie display tremendous loyalty to her dad and his wife, Laurie.
Before Cookie joined the picture, Ken Smith was already an avid animal lover. So much so that he served as a Director of Animal Control in North Carolina. Some of the policies he implemented was to stop euthanizing animals that were adoptable or treatable. He also loved exploring the woods and great outdoors, a love he shared with Cookie. Cookie Crumbs: An Autobidography is certainly resonating with readers enough to get 5 stars on Amazon.
Ultimately, the story is about how dogs aren’t just pets—they can be integral members of the family as long as people are willing to open their homes to them. Apart from being the story of a dog’s life, the book also leaves a lesson to treasure one’s loved ones while they are still alive. Readers can buy a copy at Amazon.
Ken Smith has spent a lifetime exploring the natural world. Activities like boating, fishing, hiking, camping, skiing, and photography have filled him with a deep reverence and respect for the natural world. Ken enjoyed a rewarding thirty-eight-year career as a public servant. The last six years of his career were spent as Director of Animal Control at a small shelter in northern California. Now retired, Ken lives with Laurie, his wife and Cookie’s mom, in southern Oregon.
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