Sunday, December 05, 2004

Doggie Islands , , , brought to you by your liberal pals

That's right, Doggie Retirement Islands. I was looking for things about Marion, Tx. when I came across Dog Island.

Yes, send your favorite dog to Doggie Island to live free, like he wants to. He secretly wants to be a WOLF. He doesn't want to be living in your air conditioned house on a sofa. He wants to have to hunt down rabbits, and fight other dogs for the privilege. He looks like he's contented lying on your bed getting free goodies, but secretly he resents you.

"Over 2,500 dogs are already enjoying a better life at Dog Island. Separated from the anxieties of urban life, dogs on Dog Island are healthy dogs who live a natural, healthy and happy life, free from the stress and hardship associated with daily live among humans.
They live with almost limitless space, and tens of thousands of rabbits, rodents, fish and other natural prey. Surrounded by thousands of other dogs, this is the only place for them to be truly social and create healthy families."

Some of the the FAQs:
"My dog is very high strung and often gets into fights with other dogs. I can control this now, but what happens when fights break out on the island?
Fights break out occasionally, but this is not a real issue, because eventually, the dogs learn to get along. Every now and then some dogs gang up and kill and then eat another dog, but this is just natural, and it's okay for it to happen now and then, but normally this is not the case."

"My dog seems happiest lazy and warm, curled up by a fire. Will he really be happier at Dog Island?
Yes. Studies have shown that dogs with this lazy tendency also lack a luster for life which is revived by connecting to the great outdoors. Dog Island stands by it's beliefs in giving dogs a real chance to connect with nature and find their true life mate."

They even have a picture of a dog enjoying the sunset --Awwwww.

Do they have Doggie Drs, along with doggie husbands and wives? To take care of little things like Ticks and Fleas, mange, Heartworms, Intestinal worms, grooming shaggy dogs? Just to to keep humans at bay, where they belong, so doggies can enjoy nature in all its glory?

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