Veterinarian and Author Supports Animal Charities with Proceeeds of New Book

Dr. Liz Fernandez, DVM Supports Animal Rescue Organizations, including the National Search Dog Foundation with New Book, “Sacred Gifts of A Short Life.”

Ventura, CA, March 19, 2016 --( Author and Veterinarian, Dr. Elizabeth Fernandez, DVM, better known as "Dr. Liz," is dedicating all prelaunch proceeds from her debut publication, "Sacred Gifts of A Short Life" to animal rescue organizations. Her upcoming book, officially releasing in Spring 2016 through ValStar Publishing, is written as a companion for anyone who has ever loved, and lost.

For readers facing the death of a loved one, human or non human, or for the reader in the position of offering support for someone moving through the death of a loved one, "Sacred Gifts of A Short Life" provides a sense of calm in the midst of these difficult events.

"What's most important to me, aside from reaching readers with this message, is that I support those who are supporting the animals," says veterinarian Dr. Liz, who passionately supports animal rescue organizations both locally, and nationally with her time, talents, resources and services. "It is an honor for me to acknowledge and champion the cause of animals who have been instrumental in bringing the message of this book to the public."

Dr. Liz Fernandez understands that every being is a sacred expression of Love. Our relationships with all other beings is where this Love blossoms. As we choose to focus our time and energy on growing these relationships, the world becomes a more loving place.

"Sacred Gifts of A Short Life" ($14.95) pre-launched on January 30, 2016, and is scheduled to be made available on Amazon, Barnes & Nobel and other online and retail book outlets this Spring.

About Dr. Liz

Well respected within the Veterinary Community, Dr. Liz Fernandez has been practicing Small Animal and Emergency Veterinary Medicine since 1982. She is a graduate of UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating from the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1982 Dr. Liz has become a well respected member of the Ventura County veterinary community. Her career has taken her from general practice to emergency medicine to holistic housecall practitioner. It has been an amazing journey that she finds as rewarding today as when she graduated over 30 years ago.

For more information about "Sacred Gifts of A Short Life” or to learn more about the charities supported with her book proceeds, please visit the Sacred Gifts of a Short Life website at
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Angela Schwartz