Stop! Animals are not sex toys!

Why is this important?

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Few days ago I was checking out, as usual, news about dogs and animals in general. And that’s when I found out that, in Denmark, sex with animals is for sale. Yes, you got it right: people in Denmark can pay in order to have sex with animals. And their government is simply saying “it’s a cultural thing”.

I became extremely disgusted and angry.

But then I thought: how can zoophilia be legal in a first world country like Denmark? Shouldn’t this be illegal worldwide?

So I take a trip to Wikipedia, where I found this: 13 countries are keeping zoophilia completely legal.

These countries are:

  • Brazil
  • Cambodia
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • Hungary
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Mexico
  • Philippines
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Russia
  • Thailand

Even in the USA there are 18 states that allow zoophilia. Those states are:

  • Alabama
  • American Samoa
  • District of Columbia
  • Guam
  • Hawaii
  • Kentucky
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • Northern Marianas Islands
  • Ohio
  • Texas
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
  • Wyoming

This is a disgusting, unnatural and disgusting perversion. And it’s also extremely dangerous ( for both the animal and the “human” who’s practicing it ). There are ton’s of studies that prove that sex with animals:

* doubles the chances to get penile cancer and triple the chances to get vaginal cancer;
* over 12 different STD’s can be easily transmitted from animal to humans ( and, those STD’s, will easily spread between humans )
* physical harm ( because animals are living creatures that can react to sexual violence ) – things like bites, cuts, stomps, etc

What can you do, together with us, about it?

After we will reach our first goal of 150,000 signatures, we will raise a massive media storm and bring this matter at the attention. And we will go on to put under pressure countries that keep bestiality legal until they take action to stop it once and for all.

 

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The Greatest Man In The World. I Teared Up Seeing How He Save This Abandoned Dogs Life.

If there’s one touching story to start this year off, then this is it. Found under a makeshift dog house, this abandoned dog wouldn’t have made it any longer if it wasn’t for the help of this great man. He treated him, fed him, and ultimately kept it as his own, saving the dog’s life. We need more people like this in the world.

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Sugar Diabetes for Canines

Diabetes mellitus, most commonly known as sugar diabetes, is a common disease in dogs. Golden Retrievers, German Shepherd Dogs, Miniature Schnauzers, Keeshonden, and Poodles have the highest incidence, but all breeds can be affected. Females with the disease outnumber males by three to one. The average age of onset is six to nine years.

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Diabetes is a result of inadequate production of insulin by the islet cells in the pancreas. There may be a genetic predisposition for this in some dogs. Islet cell destruction also occurs in some cases of pancreatitis. Insulin enables glucose to pass into cells, where it is metabolized to produce energy for metabolism. Insulin deficiency results in hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) and glycosuria (high urine sugar).

Glucose in the urine causes the diabetic animal to excrete large volumes of urine. In turn, this creates dehydration and the urge to drink large amounts of water. Initially, dogs that do not metabolize enough sugar have an increase in appetite and a desire to consume more food. Later, with the effects of malnourishment, the appetite drops.

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Treating a diabetic dog.

The signs of early diabetes are frequent urination, drinking lots of water, a large appetite, and unexplained loss of weight. The laboratory findings are high glucose levels in the blood and urine. In more advanced cases there is lethargy, loss of appetite, vomiting, dehydration, weakness, and coma. Cataracts are common in diabetic dogs. Ultimately, diabetes is a disease that affects all organs. Diabetic dogs will have enlarged livers, be susceptible to infections, and often develop neurological problems if not treated.

Source:  Sugar Diabetes for Canines

Three Ways to Make Your House A Pet Friendly Zone

ImageAs a dog lover, I endow my dogs the right to enter to every area of my house. I also make it sure that my house is truly a pet-friendly zone because I want them to enjoy the space we have to offer. However, there are homes that are not a pet-friendly even though animals live there. With that, here are the some of the things that can be done to perfectly set a home for your furry friends.

A space of their own

Most of the dogs are clingy, and loves to be nuzzled against us most of the time. So, on the rare instances they do what they want to do to be alone in their own spaces. In our home, we have two areas that are just intended for them. There is one in the living room and one in the dining room. These areas either have a dog pillow, dog blanket and of course a dog bed in a corner where they can lie down and relax.

Wet and slippery floors – there are people who will not change their floor covering for a pet, but wet and slippery floors are the common cause of accidents in most pets,  I own  a 5-year-old  golden retriever who has had an ACL knee surgery, so I must change the covering of  floor because he can re-injure herself.  This should be done to prevent her from slipping on our hardwood floors; I got non-slip rugs (it’s an easy fix) to put down for him to walk on and it will make your home safer for your dog.

Remove temptations

This wouldn’t be an issue for older dogs, but for a puppy it is very important. Puppies don’t understand why certain things aren’t good for play. And this in one way causes perilous consequences   if you don’t know how to handle the problem. It is why it is important to keep them away from electrical socks and cords and small home decorations that can be broken or chewed. Keeping them away from all these enticements will keep your dog safe from a lot of aggravation.

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Benefits of Having a Dog for your Child

Even if it’s just petting around the house or walks through the park, there’s without doubt that dogs bring their owners (young along with old) a lot of joy. But some great benefits of having a dog go effectively beyond the fact that they’re cuddly and fun. So in case you’ve been wondering whether this can be the right, perfect time to have a four-legged animal to your family, here are some of the reasons why having a pet dog might be a very good idea:

1.       Dogs can teach your children values

With a dog inside your home, even your youngest child could get some tips when it comes to obligations. Despite the fact that you’ll have to take on a lot of the pet-care tasks, your child may absorb a whole lot of good values, such as being kind and mild. He can even help out in easy job, like putting food in a plate or carrying light objects from one spot to another. By simply pitching in, he’ll realize that dogs, much like human beings, will need food to eat, a house to live in, regular exercise, love, and affection, teaching your child important lessons in relation to sympathy and compassion.

2.       Dogs can enhance your self-esteem

There are studies that showed that children who have dogs as pets are more likely to have high self-esteem than those who don’t. It is due to the fact the they have a four-legged animal who loves them fully, a friend to talk to when you are down and alone, and a classmate to play with all day long. Furthermore, as your child starts to go to school, your dog can greatly increase your child’s performance. Other studies have shown that reading to a nonjudgmental audience, like a dog, can turn a shy reader into a more confident one. What else could you ask for?

3.       Dogs can make you healthier

Experts on dogs say that young children who grew up with dogs are more unlikely to build up allergies thanks to the early exposure to certain microorganisms. (Of course, not all children are the same so your child may be allergic so check up on that first) Recent research ensures that pet owners have a tendency to get sick a little less — actually, a 2012 study determined that children who have pets were normally more healthy in their first years, having fewer asthmatic complications in addition to a lesser ear infections than those who kids who don’t have dogs. Another pro to dogs? Petting, patting, or even combing a dog can lower down your stress — and that’s not just for kids, they are also applicable to parents.

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