Mar 3, 2004, 2:45 AM
Post #42 of 55
I'm glad the articles made a difference for you. If at least, this whole incident teaches me and a few other people lessons, then in Colt's name, good has been done perhaps for toher dogs or other pets. Every experience must have a lesson and the more teachings we can all get out of this, the more good we could do for our pets. We all know we have to learn to be more responsible, less careless, more attentive, take less for granted, be more patient with them, give them more time, more hugs, more love, more pats, take them out, walk them, feed them properly, do research, learn about them and their needs and wants, know their body language, make sure they are healthy, allow them to grow older well...and it all goes on...but it's what every caring responsible pet owner should know and do because unlike kids that ultimately grow up and gain more independance, our pets are forever our helpless babies, depending on us till the day they die.
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