So, you've decided to kill your pet!Written by Mariangie Gonzalez
The other day I was doing a research online for an article I was writing and I came across an article, which author started by saying: "Euthanasia, is often hardest thing to do, yet greatest act of kindness".
Then he went on explaining "grueling" suffering and guilt pet owner goes through before making decision, how it affects whole family, especially kids.
But then he explains euthanasia in most loving way I've ever seen someone describe a murder. I remember "simple and peaceful" were some of words he used, he even gave recommendations on how to avoid stress during ride to vet's clinic.
The GREATEST act of KINDNESS? To whom? That little bundle of love didn't know what was happening, he just knew that he was happiest guy when you got home from work, he assumed you loved him back because you took him to walks on park and you pampered him with professional grooming every once in a while. Little he knew that:
1)You were slowly poisoning him with cheapest discount store pet food, that didn't have proper nutrients, but in turn was filled with toxins.
Processed pet food suppresses immune system and leads to liver, kidney, heart and other degenerative diseases. You are going to be shocked when you know nasty things that are used to manufacture your pet's food, if you want to read most shocking report on pet food click on: "What's Really in Pet Food".
You Can't Fool A HorseWritten by Jeffrey Rolo
In dating world many men and women put their potential partners to a "dog test," whereby they introduce their date to their dog and see how dog reacts to stranger. If dog reacts badly towards their date then a red flag is waved, whereas if dog accepts stranger instantly opposite holds true. While many people look upon this test in a tongue-in-cheek manner, many dog owners actually do take it seriously. As they probably should!
Many animals, including horses, possess an uncanny ability to detect emotion as well as inner nature of an individual. Whereas you may be able to slap a forced smile on your face and hide powerful negative emotions such as stress or anger from fellow humans, you won't find it as easy to fool a horse! In fact I consider horses to be natural truth detectors due to their ability to read a person's emotional state as well as their sincerity when it comes to a love for equines.
If one of my naturally friendly horses takes an instant dislike to someone out of blue, 9 times out of 10 I'm going to respect my equine partner's instincts. Horses generally do not possess vendettas or have reason to target anyone for no real reason – they tend to call them as they see them. If a horse usually takes a liking to visitors but holds a sudden aversion to one in particular, clearly horse sees or detects something that I may not have initially caught.
When a horse enjoys your company, you'll know it. When a horse trusts you, you'll know it. And when a horse actually dislikes you, he will make sure you know it. I often state that world would be a much better place if people were as brutally honest as horses. But I digress…