God has designed us and our animals to be able to heal when injured and to fight off disease challenges. Our job is to recognize and help the healing process and to enhance the animal’s ability to stay healthy.
Often, it is best for our relationship with our animals to have them neutered or spayed. This enables us to enjoy each other more.
We are what we eat! What an animal is eating is important. Age is often a factor here.
Perry was a family friend for fifteen years. He lived in the barn with the goats and chickens. Every summer, Perry’s tail was absolutely beautiful. He strutted around with it and would fan it out whenever anyone was around. Family’s with children would come to see Perry every year. Last fall Perry died while we were out of town.