Why does my dog eat my homework

The pain of being able to just survive the day with a degenerating body is not about being “weak willed” – an unbelievably callous remark. It is delusionary thinking that all such pain will be wiped away by “priceless happiness” of ill considered beliefs. That the empathy for animals is not also extended to human animals shows not only shallowness but arrogance of the holier-than-Thou kind. My advice is to get out into the wilderness and put your own courage on the line; I am certain you will find that the only animal that would share your empathy is the pet you left behind keeping your bed warm.. my guess is that you won’t endure vegetarianism either.

In his exemplary text Veterinary Neuroanatomy and Clinical Neurology, Dr. Alexander de Lahunta of Cornell University, mentions that all dogs have a seizure threshold. A seizure occurs when this threshold is exceeded. Dogs with a low seizure threshold are divided into 2 groups - stimulus and non-stimulus. In the stimulus group, seizures may be caused by some external influence such as hormones, (., estrogen which can lower the threshold to seizures in parts of the brain), fatigue or injury, and hyperventilation.

I am glad to have found this site. My english pointer/beagle mix is 13 years old and has been in the hospital since Monday. She has been diagnosed with liver disease. When the vet ran the blood work on Monday her ALT was 1500. He started her on an antibiotic IV and did an ultrasound and needle biopsy. No cancer or tumors found, but her kidney was enlarged. He ran bloodwork after 48 hours and her ALT went up to 2900! The antibiotic therapy wasn’t working. He sent her ultrasound results to a specialist and we’re waiting to hear back. Here’s my question: at her age is it worth it to have a surgical biopsy and send her to a specialist? I’m just worried that it won’t fix her and just end up costing a fortune. She’s been a wonderful member of our family. Any information would be appreciated.

I bought our Leah as a puppy when two of my children were very young. We had decided we would stop at two children and it was time for another dog (previous dogs before children). A friend had some German shepherd puppies for sale and I went to have a look, as I’m great believer that a dog will choose you, not you choose them, I stood in the pen and this small ball of fur approached me and sat at my feet. It was live at first sight, so she came to live with us. A day or do later I found out I was having another baby and eventually a fourth child would bless our family. Not to mention we lived in a court with 11 other young children. My house was the place to be and at anytime we would have at least 10 small children running around screaming and playing in our yard and in the centre of the organised chaos was our Leah. She was gentle, kind, protective, sympathetic, showed empathy and loved everyone of those children with all her heart. I never left the children alone with her but she never showed one ounce of aggression ever toward anyone of these children. My son at three, after kinder would come into the house, go to the cupboard take a couple of biscuits and head straight out the back door and onto the back step. I would Potter around bringing this in from the car or unpack his bag and head down the hallway to check in them. There my son was sitting in the step feeding her biscuits, chatting to her about his day. She sat intently looking up at him with adoring eyes. She was his best friend. He would lay on her, open her mouth, hold her tail and just pester her constantly, she would raise her head as if to say oh it’s just you and go back to sleep. She was the sweetest dog ever. At the ripe old she of 16 years we made the decision to put her down due to ill health and a second cancerous tumour. Surviving an operation at that age was not recommended. She could hardly stand, she was blind and as deaf as a post but still she never showed any sign of aggression. It broke all our hearts to have to say goodbye to her. She was older than two of my children and loved by every kid in the street. My husband and I couldn’t bare to watch her leave this world so we waited outside I know regret my decision to not be there for her last breathe but the thought of it was too heartbreaking. However we could not leave her at the Vets so we had her cremated and brought her home to continue to watch over us. She sits on the mantel along with another family pet we lost several years later. It was definitely one of the Saddest days in mine and my families lives. Everyone grieved differently. Even now 10 years on it still brings tears to my eyes. She was one of a kind. Happy to say we have two more gorgeous German shepherds that demand our attention, one 12 and the other 3. They now love my grandchildren. Dogs are definitely a blessing.

Why does my dog eat my homework

why does my dog eat my homework

I bought our Leah as a puppy when two of my children were very young. We had decided we would stop at two children and it was time for another dog (previous dogs before children). A friend had some German shepherd puppies for sale and I went to have a look, as I’m great believer that a dog will choose you, not you choose them, I stood in the pen and this small ball of fur approached me and sat at my feet. It was live at first sight, so she came to live with us. A day or do later I found out I was having another baby and eventually a fourth child would bless our family. Not to mention we lived in a court with 11 other young children. My house was the place to be and at anytime we would have at least 10 small children running around screaming and playing in our yard and in the centre of the organised chaos was our Leah. She was gentle, kind, protective, sympathetic, showed empathy and loved everyone of those children with all her heart. I never left the children alone with her but she never showed one ounce of aggression ever toward anyone of these children. My son at three, after kinder would come into the house, go to the cupboard take a couple of biscuits and head straight out the back door and onto the back step. I would Potter around bringing this in from the car or unpack his bag and head down the hallway to check in them. There my son was sitting in the step feeding her biscuits, chatting to her about his day. She sat intently looking up at him with adoring eyes. She was his best friend. He would lay on her, open her mouth, hold her tail and just pester her constantly, she would raise her head as if to say oh it’s just you and go back to sleep. She was the sweetest dog ever. At the ripe old she of 16 years we made the decision to put her down due to ill health and a second cancerous tumour. Surviving an operation at that age was not recommended. She could hardly stand, she was blind and as deaf as a post but still she never showed any sign of aggression. It broke all our hearts to have to say goodbye to her. She was older than two of my children and loved by every kid in the street. My husband and I couldn’t bare to watch her leave this world so we waited outside I know regret my decision to not be there for her last breathe but the thought of it was too heartbreaking. However we could not leave her at the Vets so we had her cremated and brought her home to continue to watch over us. She sits on the mantel along with another family pet we lost several years later. It was definitely one of the Saddest days in mine and my families lives. Everyone grieved differently. Even now 10 years on it still brings tears to my eyes. She was one of a kind. Happy to say we have two more gorgeous German shepherds that demand our attention, one 12 and the other 3. They now love my grandchildren. Dogs are definitely a blessing.

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