dogs..are they really man's bestfriend???
March 28, 2007 11:35pm CST
basically, for me..i considered my pet "cutie" (a shihtzu) to be my sister..since im the only child my parents had, i find my pet cutie to be sweet and obedient...everytime i call her she immediately stands up and walk to me ang i gave cutie a sweet caress...i really really love my dog and i think i cant imagine my life without her... unfortunately, there are other people who dont care for dogs at all, what theyve only wanted was its meat and the profit it brings. I cant imagine dog's being slaughtered, but its a fact. The pain and suffering that the chosen dog to be slaughtered is a horrifying feeling that doglovers can basically feel...even if theyre just dogs... i know dogs are not stupid, they can actually feel danger as they saw there fellow dogs slaugtered in process...with these fact it is not really everone in this world who considers dogs to be one's bestfriend...whatcha think???
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29 Mar 07
Hello, and welcome to myLot! Dogs are the best friend of human. They are so loyalty to their owner, and if you train your dog right, he will even can save your life. Dogs are not selfish as humans. If you treat them well, they will treat you back with even much more love, and they don't afraid to show it. I trust my dog more than my friends, because I know that he will never betray me.
30 Mar 07
Dogs are wonderful friends, they have proven that many a times by saving their masters lives and simply by keeping people company, I hate the thought of any animals being slaughtered or treated cruely, I wish people would treat all animals with respect.
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29 Mar 07
Yes dogs are ones best friends. I have had different dogs over the years and I was very attached to each and every one of them. I have had a collie/german shephard first and he was definitely a pal to me. There was more than once he saved my hiney. I was very sad when I lost him. A piece of my heart went with him. It took me a long time but then I did get another dog. He was nothing like my first dog but he soon engraned himself into my heart. He was what is known as a hinze fifty seven. I have no idea what kind of a mixture he was but he was a cutie. I had him for a lot of years and when he passed away I just have not been able to pick another one to come home with me. I will but it will take a little time.