Obviously no need to buy one, what with all the ones that can be had for free. [/quote]
Not to mention, buying a dog would add to the puppy/stray problem that we have on the island, whereas adopting a dog that needs a home helps improve the situation.
So hats off to you for that. :bravo:
And I do agree with Juba; that sack swinging between Brian’s legs would be much better off shriveled. If you’re worried about it affecting your dogs character, come and meet any of our neutered males, and you’ll see that they remain playful and loving.
You can never guarantee that he won’t run off and impregnate some slutty bitch from the woods. :s We really don’t need more accidental puppy births on the island.
Just my opinion, Loretta. No offense intended, and great to see that you’re gonna give another dog a good home. Re. the meat you feed, I’ve found that Tesco has the best quality and cheapest meat around. I’ve done my research, and the difference is quite obvious.
Every week I feed my five (currently) pets about 8kg of fresh (I freeze half, though) Grade-1 quality chicken (feet, hearts, legs, wings, and whole), whole duck, beef, and fish for less than NT$1,000. That’s far cheaper than ‘quality’ pet foods, and comparitive in price to the poorest quality dried food. If I throw in some chicken backs from Wellcome (NT$3.5/100g) the cost drops even more. The health benefits alone of feeding fresh, raw meat and bones make this worthwhile, but when you can get it this cheap …