Gail has spent a lifetime loving her family and her dogs. As a registered nurse, she’s worked in a variety of areas in the hospital, in home care and in hospice. She also taught nursing students for twenty years. Since retiring, she’s resumed part-time work in hospice. Gail combines her personal and professional experiences when working with therapy dogs and those in hospice.
Gail currently resides with David, her husband of nearly forty-four years, and Sadie, her third golden retriever and therapy dog, in Wisconsin. Her hobbies include snow birding in Gulf Shores, AL, during the cold Wisconsin winters, traveling, gardening, therapy dog work and spending time with family and friends.
Gail is currently working on her next book, Paws, Purpose, and (more) Possibilities, which will be about therapy dogs (of course!) and will be dedicated to healthcare professionals.
STORIES ABOUT THERAPY DOG WORK FOR THOSE FOR WHOM THE NEXT BOOK WILL BE DEDICATED: HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS SUCH AS ANY HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS (such as nursing, therapists, providers), EMERGENCY MEDICAL PROVIDERS, NURSES, THERAPISTS,