“We are survivors, the once-broken misfits whom God will use to help others, because we have walked by faith across the burning coals, tested through life’s fire, to the other side, smiling in the radiant light of the Savior’s love, our souls restored, our hearts’ desires changed, and our mind follows truth versus lies”
— Bonnie Wright


Bonnie Wright | Inspirational Author

Bonnie Wright has trained performance dogs for twenty-four years. Harnessing evidence-based research, continuous study, intellect, and spiritual intuition with the goal of passionately improving the lives of dogs and educating the public. Over the years the dogs taught her to take an individualized holistic approach. Her high standards, respect, compassion, and science are knitted across her life’s work. She is a certified animal behavior instructor forming the All Star Dog Training Company, LLC in 2013.

She established the SS Safari All-Star Fund to provide community grants through the Eau Claire Community Foundation. When Saxon, her own dog, was diagnosed with inter-dog fear aggression at five months old, she rehabilitated and trained him to achieve an AKC Master Hunter title, participating in the Master National Retriever Championship event. She never realized the behavior modification methods she taught Saxon were predestined to uncover and set free her life of unconscious transgenerational shame.

Diggin’ Up Bones is a memoir showing the reader this inspirational life-changing story. The memoir’s intent is to serve the greater good and support charitable organizations. Bonnie graduated from the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire with a BS degree in education, with a minor in early childhood education. She completed her MBA from Cardinal Stritch University at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She retired in 2012, serving the healthcare industry, after a successful thirty-five-year career with a major pharmaceutical corporation. Currently, she trains therapy dogs for reading programs and the local Mayo Health System. She and Siri volunteer for their church. She remains an active board member of the Blackhawk Retriever Club 501(c) 3 and an AKC performance field judge. She enjoys long walks in the country with her dogs, bicycling, field training, and writing.