Dogs are commonly referred to as “man’s best friend,” many lessons are learned from our four-legged colleagues. In case you have never been blessed to have a dog in your life, perhaps now is the time because “A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.”

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  1. The “DNA” has been activated in animals as their behaviour has actually changed – They have become more loving and tender among them and with us – I can see this fact happening even with my cats. The other day I told one of my cats off and the other one came to take his defense and was almost forcing me to stop. That was a beautiful attitude to my surprise.

    Kind regards,

    Luz Pardo

  2. Thank you for a beautiful video about the love of a dog for his boss and his family.
    It’s true to me, that part of our soul is unawakened when we never loved an animal.
    The ancient Maya shamans chose the image of a dog as symbol of loyalty.
    My eldest brother who is somewhat troubled in his spirit, had a little white Ceasar dog
    which followed him everywhere. Dogs are very intelligent in their own way.

    I’ve found a great friend in a labradoodle in Somerset, in my first year in the UK
    and a second friend in a golden retriever on Dartmoor, in the next..
    One day I hope to walk on the Moors with an Irish Wolfshound, that’s my favorite.
    But I have to have an independent living space and SPACE for such a size dog!
    I have a vision for many years now, of walking besides such a hound, its head on
    hip level.Gentle and strong creatures.

    Peace be with you and with planet Earth, blessed be, Marian Baghor.


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