Have you ever noticed how much your dog loves life? Eating. Walking. Running. Sleeping. The head goes out the car window and all the smells of life rush in as the ears flap in the wind. In this program Cyrus reflects the famous words, “I have come that you may have life and have it to the full.”
There is a sticker that says, “Try to be the person your dog thinks you are.” Why? Because your dog thinks the best of you. Dogs accept you and love you unconditionally. Imagine if everyone was like that?
We live in a world of worry and stress. Why? Most concerns never even eventuate! Cyrus never worries. Why? Because he trusts us to fulfill his simple needs. Imagine if all of us had that sort of trust in the one we love?
All of us have failed at something. Sometimes those failures come back to haunt us. In this program we take Cyrus back to the scene of his greatest failure to see how he will cope. The result may surprise you.
Cyrus is a typical Labrador. He loves food. In fact, he scoffs food down so quickly his stomach never registers it is full. In this program Cyrus teaches us the big difference between eating and dining.
Capitan was a dog in Argentina who was heartbroken when his master died. He found his masters grave and slept there every night. In this program Neale Schofield stands by the grave of his mother and shares from his heart some life lessons he has learnt from his good friend Cyrus.
A drunk man from Kazakhstan had a loyal dog. As his master lay on the railway tracks his dog sensed the danger and saved him from the oncoming train. In this program we learn the lessons of love and loyalty.