Friday, November 25, 2011
Thanksgiving is a time for family to get together, give thanks, eat wonderful food and then pass out in front of the TV watching football. It’s also a great time for clever dogs to sneak off with the trimmings.
While tossing your dog a carrot or two, or even a piece of cooked turkey here and there, won’t be too harmful, some other Thanksgiving goodies are bad for him.
Here are 10 foods you should not give your dog on Thanksgiving, or any other day for that matter.
Thursday, August 25, 2011
This heart-wrenching photo shows how a Navy SEAL’s dog refused to leave his master’s side during an emotional funeral.
Petty Officer Jon Tumilson, 35, killed in the major U.S. helicopter crash in Afghanistan this month, was remembered by around 1,500 mourners.
Sunday, August 14, 2011
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Now she is free and the UK is trying to ban all wild animal circuses. I hope we get on that train soon. Here is an article showing her in her hew home: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1373415/A-day-Anne-elephant-forget-retirement-begins-Longleat.html
Monday, March 28, 2011
Animal Communicator Talks to Patrick
This love-starved fella has been on NJ News12, ABC News, in the Star Ledger, has his own Facebook page, and is slowly improving.
In such instances as Patrick, we contactColleen Nicholson, author of Crossing the Rainbow Bridge, and an animal communicator. Below is what she has received from Patrick:
"I hope to live here," Patrick says as I talk with him now as I write to you. "I feel better."
Patrick shares with me the feeling of relief, complete and utter relief. He is very quiet, and does not offer any more than that, so I'll question him.
I'm asking him if there is anything he needs.
"I have it all," he replies, as if looking around at his surroundings. "I even have these," and he shows me his blue buddy that I did see in the picture you sent. "It is soft," and with this he shows me that it has been the softness around him that is so very much appreciated. It feels as if he is not as sore as when he came in and by this I mean that because he was literally skin and bones, he hurt a lot from laying on hard surfaces. He didn't have the strength to get up to move, not that there was anything softer to move to if he could.
As he looks at me, he does not give the impression of a smile, rather a weary look but one that has reason to keep looking, keep waiting, to see what I will do or say next.
I'm telling him that I am very sorry that he has come to the state of being he was in before coming here. I'm asking him if he would like to tell us anything about that time but he says No and turns to lay his head down. I respect him not wanting to relive any of that, if even in thought, so I'm asking him now if there is anything he would like the loving people who are caring for him know?
"Yes. I would like them to know that I like meat.
I'm asking him if there is anything else he would like to tell his new people and he says "Yes... I like my name."
He feels like he may have a problem swallowing and likes the small bits of food he is getting. I can't tell if he has always had this swallowing issue or not, and he doesn't indicate if he feels it will improve.
He still is very quiet, answering only when I ask. As if he is watching life as a spectator more than a participant. He seems to only engage when people come around.
He is comforted by the presence of people and doesn't share any feelings of fear of them with me, in spite of what has happened to him.
"I am broken," he says suddenly. "I don't know why."
I'm telling him that we don't know either. I'm showing him that the people of his future will always treat him with love and kindness ... that the people caring for him now may not be the ones he stays with forever because they want him to be well and to have new people who he can share joyful times with in a place more comfortable than where he is now.
He seems a little interested in this I think, because I saw a quick question in him mind of surprise... better than now? He can't imagine it.
He seems to be pulling away now (4:30 p.m.) and I don't know if someone is with him or he's tired. It's not that he is hard to communicate with, that is really the opposite. Rather it seems he is still a bit blank ... a watcher of life instead of a participant ... although I do feel like he has thought of trying to wag his tail. It's a brief thought and I don't know if he would have the strength to make it happen, but the thought is there. To me, this is a very good sign of a dog who is anticipating something good ... which has to give him a reason to go on.
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Tuesday, February 22, 2011
so I am especially sad they had to use a camel for some lame skit
and to see the camel get hurt.
Its also upsetting to see John Oliver telling the person who recorded this to stop filming at the end:
I hope the Daily Show will learn from this and will not use animals in future skits.