August 18, 2015 | Posted in Doctor Sigmund Furry Series

Dog-Writing-400PXWhat do you really mean by that, Mama,” asked a young Dr. Sigmund Furry, years before he took his prominent place among noted doctors in the field of psychoanalysis. 

His curiosity amazed the bearded people in the little village where he was born and raised, a place that can only be described as a kind of candy-coated, idyllic bot, snugly situated in the foothills of the majestic Austrian Alps.

Little Siggie was the “go to” kid in grade school, often solving problems among his classmates and teachers just by listening, talking and  “interpreting” their anxieties. Sometimes, he’d even borrow time in the nurse’s office, counseling his “patients” and encouraging them to talk about or “freely associate” their dreams as they lay stretched out on gurneys.

He attended the prestigious Austrian Regional High School; became president of the senior ski jump club and graduated with honors in literature, science and communications.

Four-and-three-quarter-years later, he graduated from Shrinkstein University with a master of science degree in psycho-social counseling and unraveling.  He received his Ph.D. approximately 5-and-two-eighths- years later in teaching, ruminating and brow-furrowing from the world-renowned Center for Year-Long Kinetic Osmosis (CYKO).

Today, Dr. Furry lives somewhere in the state of North Dakota; writing, consulting and tending to his flock of authentic Austrian yaks in a group therapy setting.

We are honored to have Dr. Sigmund Furry on board to answer your questions.