I cannot be ‘green!’ Why?
I love dogs. Green would mean I (environmentalists) would need to eliminate all excess animal life. Especially pets …. Just by eliminating the green house gasses they cause, you would more than balance the CO2 ‘problem’ in the world ….
How much do you love your dog, cat, fish, gerbil, or livestock? How much do you really love ‘the planet?’ Just how green are you, really?
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The 5 Best Dogs for Your Golden Years
Vet Street ^ | March 5, 2013 | Gina Spadafori
Posted on Thursday, January 16, 2014 12:00:37 PM by afraidfortherepublic
Like many people in late middle age, I find myself wondering if my next dog will be different. I have long shared my life with retrievers — active, field-bred dogs who throw themselves with joy into every situation (and every puddle of water bigger than a dinner plate). Their boisterousness is infectious: My dogs make me happy. But in 10 years, or 15, or 20, will I be up to the demands of dogs like these?
Or will a nice, quiet little spaniel be the dog I need?
My answer may be different than others, even