I don’t know you but I feel that I know you. It’s amazing that these creatures who are on death’s door find you. This is no coincidence…something leads them to you and I feel it has to be a spiritual force. You are their angel…and so much more. People who would turn them away don’t have that connection. Everyone I know has rescue dogs and has had many. Sure, some were older and no one wanted them…just like all the elderly now who are just dumped off at a nursing home and left to die. Abusing dogs, all animals, children and senior citizens is demonic work. Those people will answer for this someday. You, and all of us who adopt and rescue any of God’s creatures, we will glow with the glory of God. I have noticed that we seem to find each other and I have made so many wonderful friends and we are strongly connected due to our love for the sad misfortunes that the pets we find have had in the past. I don’t know you but I feel great love for what you are doing …. thank you, you are a treasure!
Dear Springtime ,
I began giving the Bug Off Garlic products to my dogs (a Border Collie named Joy, an Australian Shepherd named Dixie, and a Whippet named Zoom Zoom) and to my flock of sheep in March of this year (2016). I feed the dogs the Bug Off Garlic Chewables (mixed in their feed each morning) and mix the Bug Off Garlic with the mineral salt ration that the sheep receive two or three times each week. Both the dogs and the sheep LOVE their Bug Off Garlic!
Then, I ran out of the granules about a month ago. I'm a Stockdog (Herding) Trainer and my sheep (73 of them – mostly Barbados Blackbelly hair sheep) are used for training and herding events here at the farm. As a result, the sheep spend a considerable amount of time out of the barn during the "buggiest" time of day. I noticed the sheep were "dancing" and running around with their heads down to avoid pests. They needed their Bug Off Garlic --- AND SOON! My order arrived today (28 June). The sheep practically inhaled their mineral salt "laced" with Bug Off Garlic this afternoon! Hopefully, they'll be "bug-proof" again, soon!
Judith Bigham, Ohio