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How to be in love with your pet
05-20-2016, 02:50 PM,
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How to be in love with your pet
When we had our first dog, we tried to set it up for mating. The breeder came with a stud but unfortunately our female dog did not get pregnant. That was the start of my friendship with the breeder. From him I learned how to be in love with your pet. Some people get pets just for the sake of having one but loving your pet is a different level.

First rule is to realize the purpose of your pet, why did you have it. Second is why not get rid of it. Third is to look for the positive aspects of your pet. And lastly, admit that you love your pet.
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06-03-2016, 08:17 PM,
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RE: How to be in love with your pet
I agree with you. I especially hate those people who only have pets or dogs, for example, just for the sake of breeding. One of my friends told me before, "I don't care what happens to that pug, but she has to give me two litters this year." I really got angry with him at that time and we got into a serious fight. That is a very sick thing to do. Fortunately, after I explained the medical complications the dog might have, he realized his mistake. Pets are here for us to love not to abuse. We have to love them as much as they love us.
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06-04-2016, 12:32 AM,
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RE: How to be in love with your pet
The issue is, some people treat pets like inanimate objects devoid of personality and feelings which is an aberration of monumental proportions. The simple fact is that the only difference between us and animals is that they consist of the soul and body and don't have a spirit. They also have the ability to discern our attitudes towards them and they can tell if one is hospitable or hostile to them. The people who keep animals for their own selfish purposes are themselves efficient in the critical faculties that enable one to have sympathy and empathy for the weaker members of our family who dogs are part of. I have seen some road side sellers of dogs who fail to provide even the bare minimum in terms of basics for their hapless charges. The dogs are kept in the sun for long periods of time on a leash and with no water to drink. There needs to be a paradigm shift in our thought patterns so that at least we humans can sometimes cease to be the centre of attention.
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