Too much weight complicates hip problems, shoulder problems and degenerative myelopathy. A fat dog struggles when he is playing with other poochies and with you, his best friend in all the world.
What are you waiting for...where's that leash?☺
Savannah Leigh, 1993 - 2007
You left and forgot to tell my heart how to live without you. ~author unknown
dog of my heart, dog of my soul, dog of my life
A MUST read for everyone
Friendship isn't about who you have known the longest, but about who came and never left your side~unknown
The last words of a very intelligent dog
Before I go, I just want to remind all you pups and kitties to always have plenty of love for your humans even if they might be grumpy. Sometimes they get caught up in all sorts of things and take us for granted. That doesn't mean they don't love and need us. Also you humans, remember why you have us around. If you are feeling stressed out, pet us. It's been proven to lower your blood pressure. Also keep lots of treats handy. And for everyone, enjoy life. Always take time for walks, frisbee and CAR RIDES.
And one last thing for you humans. If you are considering adding another dog to your home, think about giving one of older dogs a chance. We don't chew up your shoes, pee inside (well, not unless we really can't help it) or need lots of training. Plus you will have a very loyal friend for the rest of our lives. ~Domi, the therapy dog, 1996-2009
This illustrated story is written about a little street cat in Asia for the benefit of all street cats. Once you've read, and been touched by this gentle tale of a little kitten in Asia, if you feel moved by the plight of these adorable animals, please follow the icons to the site where you can make a small donation. Remember, even a dollar makes a difference because many dollars add up.
Even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from the master's table." - Matt 15:27
I have a firm belief that each and every dog has been placed on earth as a gift from Heaven. Sadly, not all dogs have the opportunity to be as treasured as they deserve. The breadth of what dogs can do, and have done, for mankind is astounding - breathtaking. We owe them great debt and we owe God our resounding - THANK YOU! M.Sullivan