Rocky’s Trip To The Hospital

(7 customer reviews)


Rocky’s Trip To The Hospital, a special little Shih-Tzu dog Rocky proves that animals are a person’s best friend. Rocky provides comfort, joy, and therapeutic healing powers to a little girl named Marie, who has to go to the hospital. The story follows Marie’s journey back to health. It demonstrates the value of pets and the human spirit’s ability to overcome obstacles.

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7 reviews for Rocky’s Trip To The Hospital

  1. Dr. Anna Neff

    “A heart-warming story that puts a smile on your face with each page that you turn!”

  2. Vicki S., Teacher

    ” You are a terrific example of one who helps others because of your own misfortune… Keep up the positives!”

  3. Colleen Hiscock, Food Scientist

    “My daughters love this book. They consider their dog to be another member of the family, their sister. Sue makes this little dog so human and caring. Loved it!”

  4. Deborah A. Filler, Clinical Therapist

    “Sue, your ability to think of others and reach out a helping hand, in the face of adversity, is incredible. You’re one in a million.”

  5. Kim Sweezie, Nurse

    “A great story everyone can relate to – both young and old. Vivid pictures.”

  6. Peace, Bernie Siegel, MD Author of: Prescriptions for Living Love, Medicine & Miracles

    “The Bible tells us that after everything God created God looked and saw that it was good.
    Only after God created man, we don’t find that comment. The word good, however, is not really the proper translation. It has lost its meaning because it is used so commonly. The word should be complete. Man is not complete and what completes us are all the difficulties we experience in the course of our lifetime.
    The animals and children know how to live in the moment and deal with adversity. They enjoy the day, express their feelings and let us know when they need something. We think while they feel and let their feelings guide them.
    Sue London’s book is filled with wisdom we can all learn from. Years ago, as a physician, I realized that how people behave affects their health and life.
    Studies reveal that your beliefs and feelings affect your body chemistry and health. So, I started recommending a role model for all my patients to imitate in order to be a survivor. Surviving is not about living forever, as Rocky teaches us, but it is about living life fully in the moment. I wear a bracelet with the message on it I recommend to my patients, WWLD. What does it mean? It means when you get into a difficult situation ask yourself; What Would Lassie Do? Now, because of Sue London’s book, I have a new role model and would suggest you all deal with the difficulties that will confront you and your family by asking; WWRD. Yes, What Would Rocky Do? So follow Rocky’s example and be there for them. Lick, listen, touch and love. You don’t have to feel guilty when you can’t cure them because like Rocky you are helping them to heal and when their lives and hearts are healed, who knows what the body will be capable of curing. Remember we are all basically of the same breed. I know from my experience as a surgeon when I see we are all the same color inside. So relax and rehearse until you can behave and act like Rocky.”

  7. Jesse Fuerstenberge

    You’re so interesting! I do not think I’ve truly read a single thing like that before. So great to find someone with a few genuine thoughts on this topic. Really.. thanks for starting this up. This site is one thing that is needed on the internet, someone with a little originality!

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