Using his own life story as a backdrop, David T. Pisarra, shares his experience of sharing a dog in What About Wally? and how it helped bring closure and healed the hurt of a broken heart.

With a lifetime of providing service to thousands of pet owners Steven May has been the third co-parent to their pet children, providing compassionate advice and support for those who are living with separation issues.

Breaking up is difficult, and when you share a dog with another person, how your ex treats the dog is a major concern. Our dogs become like our children, and we want "the ex" to treat them with the same love, respect and care that we do.

Sharing a dog can be a very rewarding experience, and often it is the first major step a couple takes towards parenting. People bond to each other by getting a puppy. When the relationship changes, the shared love of a dog can heal the hurt. Changes in a romantic relationship are painful, but they do not effect the love that each person has for the dog. What about Wally? is not just a how-to guide on shared pet parenting, but a tool to help mend a broken heart.

Combining the life experiences of a divorce lawyer and a pet expert, we teach the vital principles of co-parenting, mutual respect and the value of a clear parenting plan. We help you learn to share a dog effectively with your soon-to-be-ex.

David T. Pisarra received his undergraduate degree from St. John's College in Annapolis Maryland, graduating with a double major in Philosophy and Mathematics, with minors in French and Attic Greek. He was twice the yearbook editor in chief, president of the King William Players, the schools theater group, and chief promoter and organizer of the schools annual graduation celebration.

Upon Graduation, Mr. Pisarra relocated to Los Angeles in order to work for his brother and to learn the law business. He attended the University of West Los Angeles where he specialized in Family Law.

He is a noted author and columnist. His weekly column, "What's the Point?" has been appearing in the Santa Monica Daily Press for over 9 years now. He has been a featured writer for The Huffington Post, GoodMenProject, Divorce 360 and A frequent contributor to the media in both television and radio, his opinions are sought out family law issues regularly.

Steven May is a marketing expert and has been working in the veterinary industry for over 35 years. He lectures on marketing, public relations, communications and brand strategy for the Pet and Veterinary Industries. He is a sought after speaker, lecturer, writer, and author. May was the VP Corporate Marketing VCA ANTECH, Inc., and VP Strategic Marketing - Veterinary Pet Insurance, and has launched hundred of products in the veterinary industry.

May has appeared in PEOPLE Magazine, CNN, Reuters, AP News, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, New York Times, plus over 100 various national and international media newspapers and magazines. Currently May provides expert advice via Pet Segments which covers TV and Radio markets and has been seen on The TODAY Show, ABC Nightly News and other National and local TV media shows.