As an animal lover there is no doubt dogs probably have a special place in your heart. Not only are dogs full of love for their owners, they are playful and protective. Most dogs would die for their owner and will always care for them no matter what happens between the two. This unconditional bond is something almost impossible to find with any other two living things. With all this amazingness that dogs offer it’s a good idea to give back to these wonderful animals. Here is 5 easy things everyone can do make their dog happier. 1. Let them roam free, walking a dog is great and there is no doubt they love it. But letting them off leash in place they can run and be free is priceless. More and more dog parks are built all the time just for this reason! 2. Take off the collar, dogs hear a much broader amount of sound. The little jingles and jangles can drive a little doggy nuts. Letting them roam without a collar in-doors will make then happier and feel more free. 3. Get them snacks and bones, dogs love to chew stuff up and treats make them feel special. […]
A Veal calf lives their whole life with no mother, no sun, and malnourished. They keep them malnourished to keep them at the right weight and body composite. These farmed animals are not seen as a living being, just as a course of food. They are lonely, sick, and scared for every minute of their lives. The smell of feces and death is all they can relate to in their everyday routine. The only meal they eat is a milk substitute low in nutrients. After about 14 weeks they simply die and lay there until moved fr slaughter. Veal calfs never touch grass and only see a little light each day. They cannot move around and never get a chance to run. The life they must adapt is worse than anything wee can imagine. We know Cows have feeling and love yet we treat them like they have nothing. Eating and farming veal is animal cruelty at it’s worst.
As sales of dairy products in the U.S. continue to plummet, PETA is hoping to keep the nasty white stuff off consumers’ shopping lists by re-releasing its ads that parody the “Got Milk?” campaign, with phrases such as “Got Prostate Cancer?,” “Got Veal?,” “Got Zits?,” and “Got Sick Kids?” that highlight the health risks and cruelty to animals associated with the dairy industry. All the ads are available here on PETA’s blog. “It’s no surprise that sales of dairy products are at an all-time low, given the adverse health effects of a product full of calories and cholesterol that is meant to grow hefty baby cows,” says PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk. “If PETA’s ads get people thinking about how cows live in mud and muck-filled pens and have their calves taken away from them, that’s terrific.” Is this something that you might be interested in? Please let me know if there’s anything else that you need.