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My question to these people is always: "When is the last time you saw a wolf attack a corn field?"
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My question to these people is always: "When is the last time you saw a wolf attack a corn field?"
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Isn't soy the No. 1 allergen for dogs?

I'm veggie, but I would never require my dog or cat to share my pain. I do SO miss BBQ.
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Hm..isn't anthropomorhpism (yeah, I cannot spell, but ya get the idea) fun?????
It keeps so many of us employed! Think of how few cruelty calls there would be if people only understood that livestock is quite content out in a field or that many dogs prefer sleeping on a cold floor.
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Cant see the picture. Will have to check it out when i gets home.
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I'm veggie, but I would never require my dog or cat to share my pain. I do SO miss BBQ.
You know you can get therapy for that.
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You know you can get therapy for that.
For missing BBQ? No, I think that's permanent -- just the price I pay for eating it in the first place. Sigh.
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My part timer has always had health issues, and they finally put her on a gluten (flour) free diet. She is feeling better, losing weight and in general benefiting from it, but she has to avoid anything that has a trace of flour in it. No bread, pizza, fried foods or even a burrito. We were at a volunteer banquet tonight, and they had an Italian chicken breast with veggies entree, but she was afraid to eat it. She said most dishes like that are made using chicken broth, and most chicken broths have some flour in them.

I think I could give up meat before I could give up flour, but until it is absolutely necessary, I ainít giving up either.
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Wow. Flour WOULD be tough. It's all in perspective now ...
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