Renowned children's book author and illustrator, Susan Castriota, will read from her Wilson's Wondrous Tails series. Susan and Wilson are thrilled to have the opportunity to visit with children and their families. An award winning illustrator/author, Susan will also demonstrate how she drew some of the characters in her book. Westminster Presbyterian Church. 2040 Washington Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15241 412-835-6630
NEW! Watch Bella and Susan's appearance on Fox and Friends discussing Bella's unique ability to detect cancer. Show aired August 24, 2013.
Following Susan's appearance - Fox and Friends interviewed Dr. Petrylak, Oncologist from Yale who discusses how dogs can detect cancer. See clip.
Susan is interviewed on the network TV show "The Doctors" about how dogs can use their sense of smell to detect diseases in people. Susan's dog Bella detected Susan's breast cancer before her doctors actually diagnosed it.
Show aired July 10, 2013.
Susan is interviewed on Pittsburgh's WTAE channel 4 about how dogs can use their sense of smell to detect diseases in people. Susan's dog Bella detected detected a medical problem in Susan before her doctors actually diagnosed it.
First aired January 3, 2013.
Susan and Wilsons appears on Pittsburgh Today Live on KDKA channel 2 to talk about "Wilson and the White House Pups". The show aired October 30, 2012.
"Let's Talk Healthy Pets" with Susan Castriota, Author of the Wilson books.
Host Edmund Sulkowski talks with Susan Castriota, author of a series of books based on her dog Wilson ("Wilson Gets Adopted", "Wilson Learns Manners", "Wilson and the White House Pups") on this episode of "Let's Talk Healthy Pets" which was recorded in the Peters Township Community Television studio on October 17, 2012.
NEW! Wilson's newest video!
Wilson talks about the US Presidents and his childrens book about the Presidents dogs.
"Wilson and the White House Pups"
"Wilson Learns Manners!" was awarded the 1st place in the PURPLE DRAGONFLY BOOK AWARDS 2012.
Wilson was Dog of the Day on Tuesday, February 14, 2012, the Valentine's Day Dog of the Day! He can be seen in the archive section at http://dogoftheday.com/archive/2012/February/14.html Be sure to bookmark that link, as it is now a permanent page. They are always looking for more pets to be Dog of the Day! (And Pet of the Day, and Cat of the Day, too!)