But people still cared for their animals, at least the people in my family. And it may not have been *high tech*, but there was animal doctoring available.charles said:People had pets and livestock for eons before there was much high-tech veterinary care. Poor animals succumbed to disease and stronger, better adapted animals survived.
I agree with Corgi, that's an entirely different subject from proper care.Now we have sharpees (sp.) and hairless chijuajuas, and breeds that can't give birth without c-sections, and disease prone cattle breeds.
Really, charles. Where HAVE you BEEN!? Tomorrow is here today!I look forward to plastic surgery to "give animals appropriate care", plus counseling for poor emotional states, etc., etc.
On that note, at this very moment, i am trying to replicate fried bananas and ice cream in my George Foreman Lean Mean Roasting Machine. I browned some butter and chopped up a banana with some cinnamon and a dash of sugar.wr said:On that note, it would probably be best not to feed the troll and we should go back to discussing breakfast recipes again while the moderators decide if the troll should stay.
Smith said:Who thinks that some people really overdo it with there animals like with there health,vaccinations,deworming all kinds of stuff? Like I wonder if there are people that give all kinds of vaccines to there animals stuff that they'll probably never get in there entire lives...I think that's why so many people are led to beleive that owning an animal is such a big responsibility..way back in the old times people didn't fuss over there animals give them all kind of shots and stuff....like say for instance the West Nile Virus now they delveloped a VNV vaccine for animals I don't know if you ask me I think some people go to far wth animals....how many of you think feeding chocolate to dogs is poisonous?? I heard someone say this a while back that it's poisonous to dogs...just curious.
Ohhh, Krispy Kremes! Aren't they wonderful, wr? They are so wonderful that they aren't allowed in my house anymore...my will power is absolutely no match for a creme filled Krispy Kreme with chocolate on top.wr said:I was bad, I had a Krispy Kreme donut for breakie. It's a bit of a novelty cause the franchise is new to Alberta.
I can eat half a dozen Krispy Kremes in one sitting and have another for desert. I had to stop buying them because when I see them I go on a see food diet.KincoraFarm said:my will power is absolutely no match for a creme filled Krispy Kreme with chocolate on top.
Stacy in NY