• All Pets Go to Heaven

  • The Spiritual Lives of the Animals We Love
  • By: Sylvia Browne
  • Narrated by: Jeanie Hackett
  • Length: 6 hrs and 24 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (130 ratings)

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All Pets Go to Heaven

By: Sylvia Browne
Narrated by: Jeanie Hackett
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World-famous spiritual guide and psychic Sylvia Browne explains the role of our pets on the Other Side: how living animals see spirits, pets purpose in our lives, how we will see our deceased pets in the afterlife, how animals fit into creation, and more. The pets we love have personalities, habits, quirks, and souls just as we do. They also have an afterlife.

Drawing on 40 years of research and stories, Sylvia Browne gives us an exploratory look at how animals "live" after death on the Other Side. From our pets' never-ending loyalty, heroic deeds, and comedic behavior to how animals see spirits, Browne shares heartwarming and tear-jerking tales about pets from across the country and around the world.

©2009 Sylvia Browne (P)2009 HighBridge Company

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Loved it and I would read it again and again

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes. Anyone who loves their precious animals. It helped me when I lost my Bobby so expectantly. There has to be more beyond this life and Sylvia Browne does such an excellent job of explaining the beauty and the joy of what we have to look forward to. Knowing we will see our beloved pets makes it that much easier to say goodbye. for now.

What other book might you compare All Pets Go to Heaven to and why?

I don't know of another book that compares.

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Heartwarming, inspirational and healing

I have always loved Sylvia Browne and what she does with her amazing psychic abilities. I found this book very comforting and healing after the sudden crossing of my beloved cockatiel Gwen. Whether you believe in what she does or not, Sylvia's book is just wonderful. It will warm your heart and touch your soul. I have rad several books on pet loss, but this one has provided me with the most solace and comfort by far.

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Grieving

I enjoyed knowing how my dogs are. I needed to know they were okay.

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Needed an editor

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Good if you want a positive view of heaven where you will see your pets. However book and narration needed an editor and a director. Ignorant generalities about breeds and narrator kept pronouncing the breed shih tzu like the massage shiatsu. So annoying. Recording cut out and failed with about 30 minutes remaining and I didn't contct tech support because I really did not care to hear more.

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Pets go to heaven

I like knowing I will see all my pets again soon, I would recommend this book to everyone

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Far too Emotional

What would have made All Pets Go to Heaven better?

This seems to have been written to appeal to the emotional feelings of pet owners. There is no evidence of anything.

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Not what the title indicates

Yes it’s about animals but there’s no direction in this book. It ranges from spirit animals, animals in ancient Egypt, sprit guides in general, I do not recommend it.

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Mixed feelings

if you're an animal lover& especially if you've lost a beloved fur baby & chances are good that you have if you're reading or listening to this book, it can possibly be a real comfort. in my humble opinion, a lot of what Sylvia says is spot on.Such as how animals are MUCH smarter,deep feeling,sensitive, sentient, etc, then we give them credit for. And if a lot of what she says about them going straight to heaven, etc, IS true, then yes, this is all a great comfort. With that being said, there is a LOT of repetition in this book. And for quite some time in the beginning to approximately the middle of the book it is more of a history lesson then about animals "going to heaven " I suppose, over all its a decent read/listen. Other than what I've mentioned previously. It's as though, in order to fill space (not be TOO short a book) a bunch of stuff that is really irrelevant was added & the repetition a space filler as well. So, if you can tolerate these things then ... you're good to go!

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Not as expected

I expected this to be more as the title suggested. Instead it was a history of ancient animals/pets. I really enjoy Sylvia Browne's books, but I am struggling to get through this one.

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The loss of Daisy

I lost my best friend, my heart and soul, my everything on 7/27/21, my birthday. She was seven years old, and was my strength through my fibromyalgia, cancer, dual anemia and PTSD diagnoses.
I have been inconsolable for the last week, questioning everything in my life, my direction to this point, my future, my sanity, and most of all if I was going to survive this horrendous loss in my life.
Sylvia has brought a new light to my heart and soul. I still hurt and think about Daisy every minute of every day, but I look forward to the idea that she may visit me again like she did the night of her passing. To feel her little chubby English Bulldog potato body snuggle into my stomach again, like I did that first night, as I tried to sleep without her.
I choose to believe that she’s with me always now and that we have imprinted on each other. I miss her so very much, but I’m happy to know that I’ll see her and hold her again.
Simply Thank You.

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