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From: Augusto (
Subject:         Re: Dog feeding
Date: August 20, 2013 at 1:12 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Dog feeding posted by Dr. Doug Graham on August 19, 2013 at 8:33 pm:

I keep as treasures all the answers you gave me
during these years, really, even when my questions
were stupid.
I can't explain how I appreciate the time you
dedicate to this board and especially to me, and how
your patience and your knowledge positively affected
my life.

I hope to meet you someday to tell you all this in
person and to show you all my gratitude, dear Dr.

Having said this, I'll try to explain why I'm so
insistent: I consider a vegan someone who chooses
not to intentionally eat, wear or exploit animals,
including buying animal products: for the people,
for the planet, for the animals.

I can see no reason not to give a dog meat too: I
think dogs should eat dog food, as humans should eat
human food.
But as a vegan in a modern society I find it almost
impossible to provide meat, bones, ecc. for a dog
without contributing to animal exploitation (meaning
meat and dairy industry/farming), neverthless I find
it pretty disgusting handling raw meat, organs, ecc.

I'm just trying to figure out if you've found a way
to give meat, bones, ecc. to a dog and avoid all
this, or if your concept of veganism is simply
different from mine.

I tend to consider you an example and an inspiration
to make smarter choices in life, that's maybe the
reason why sometimes my questions sound weird or

I hope this is not the case.

Hope to read your kind answer even if I know that
you're very busy with the incredible Woodstock Fruit
Festival of this year.



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