Greg has loved animals, real and imaginary, all of his life. As a child, his backyard had some jungle gym equipment including a climbing ladder that was in the form of a horse. That "horse" became one of his childhood "friends". His childhood best friend was his dog, Tug, who was tragically killed in a hit-&-run. Greg's foundation has funded college scholarships in Tug's honor for students who study humane animal care &/or assist animal shelters. Greg has volunteered extensively at an animal shelter (with dogs like Ghost, featured here), has fostered some special dogs & adopted one of them (Koala, featured below). He has written articles for many publications -- including an article about a veterinarian and another about the head of an animal shelter. The books based on Greg's story, The First Thirty and The Silhouette Man, include a focus on his bond with Tug. Animal shelters, adoption centers, dog groomers, humane societies & programs that combine reading & spending time with animals are among those who have ordered the books or book posters for students or adults in their communities. Scroll down to see photos of Greg's animal kingdom 'friends'. Click on the 1st picture below to scroll through the photos. Some of them have captions.
Note: Please look in your local community for places where you can rescue & adopt dogs. They deserve homes where they will be shown as much love as they will show those who care for them!