You can’t live a perfect day without doing something for someone who will never be able to repay you. ~John Wooden
Your comments on part 2 last week brought forth some interesting points.
After reading all of the comments relating to Part 1 of this series I decided to do some more research and revise. Not because anybody changed my opinion, but because there are some thoughts out there that really need to be addressed.
Well, I’m often not afraid to take on the tough subjects and this is certainly one of them.
The other day someone asked me how I began training Jack Russell’s and how I knew what to do. I answered, “Necessity is the mother of invention!”
Nathan J. Winograd on antiquated animal shelter policies and the politics that perpetuate them.
Dogs don’t inherently save Timmy from falling in the well every darned week.
As a pet owner there is no amount of money that could have compensated me for Sharkey’s suffering when she was overdosed. If she had died I would have been devastated. Let’s get to the very heart of this problem overall.
A year ago my little Jack Russell Terrier, Sharkey, was overdosed by a pharmacist and nearly died. It’s a long story, but suffice it to say the pharmacist was neither concerned nor did he offer an apology.