Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Yes, it's been a while since I last posted here. I got really busy with a lot of things - my 150-hour-per-week job, full time parenting, events and scheduled trips, and well... life! There was even a time when I was thinking of closing this blog for good.
But then I realized - how about my advocacy? How about the things I can still share to my fellow dog owners and to those people who are still planning to get their own fur babies? I suddenly remembered my purpose in creating this blog - to promote responsible pet ownership.
Lately, there's been a growing number of poor dogs being abandoned and suffering from injuries that needed medical attention asap. While some were fortunate enough to survive and find new homes, some were already too weak to undergo surgeries and major treatments. A few had already crossed the rainbow bridge just a few days (or hours) after being rescued.
I'm not saying that I'm an expert in this subject. I'm not a veterinarian. I don't even have the resources to rescue every poor dog being posted online. My name isn't Cesar Milan. The only thing I can share here is my knowledge and experiences from taking care of dogs for almost 30 years, being exposed to active dog and rescue groups for almost 5 years, and having friends / acquaintances who are all dog owners/lovers.
You would find a few affiliate links from my posts from time to time. But that doesnt mean that this is an "affiliate blog". The earnings from these affiliate links are used to support this blog (domain renewal and other outsourced stuff to keep this blog rolling). I'm not that kind of person who puts up some false advocacy for self interests (I hate those people!).
This may sound a bit dramatic but WeCareForDogs.com is here to stay. So stay tuned! 😉