We have just gone through a terrible time in our country's history, and I have only once seen this country as torn apart as now. It's Thanksgiving! Its time to sit down with family and friends, it's time to remember that we will always be in this together, and we need to feel good again. As a country we have been so wounded, and those wounds are still festering! Lets remember to at least give it a break on Thanksgiving, and maybe consider that the only way to accomplish anything is through dialogue, not threats! And certainly not by violent acts! There are ways to make points, by being considerate to each other! Lets try it tomorrow on Thanksgiving! We might just like it enough to extend the truce! We might even consider educating ourselves on all the issues that have torn us apart. All I can say is, "PEACE through understanding"! All Boomer can say is "PEACE, and more turkey please"! He's a dog!
Please be careful to not overdo it with people food for your pups and kitties! They love it, but it can harm them! A little bit of lean turkey goes a long way with the pets! Have a great day!
Why don't people seem to understand that an accident is exactly that? When does it become more? my own opinion is that it becomes an "on purpose" when people allow an accident to happen over and over again! It's more than a pet peeve when you walk your dog and the same people let their dogs get loose, over and over again. In one day, Boomer and I were accosted by 4 dogs, in three separate incidences! Even-though I train dogs for a living, even I get a little overwhelmed when one or two dogs are going after Boomer, who has so many anxiety problems to begin with! In my neighborhood, I'm the guy who is holding a Pitt-bull, in a submissive position, and trying to keep my Boomer (who is leashed and licensed) from getting overly excited and probably hurt. No its not particularly fair for a family to feel that kind of entitlement, that they can break a law with little regard to what might happen if a child runs in front of that same house, and gets knocked over, bitten, or worse! Or in my case, an abused pup!
I'm Allan, and have been in the Pet Care, Sitting/Training business, for the last 13 years. Cats, Dogs, Lizards, etc., you name it, I love, and care about them all! The last 9 of those years I have owned my own business, which has also given me a chance to exhibit my skills as a behavioral trainer as well. My passion is unmistakeable!