Investing in yourself, be it by improving your skills, taking time out to de-stress, or buying a slick new business suit, is a must for people who want to have a boost in their career or their social lives. And remember – you don’t have to spend money to invest in yourself, so being short on cash is not an excuse for neglecting yourself. Continue reading
Rescue dogs are oftentimes stray or abandoned dogs who find themselves in a shelter that are rescued by willing adopters from being euthanized. Animal shelters are often crowded with strays and neglected or abandoned pets and run on limited resources, so they must euthanize dogs that don’t get adopted in order to make room for other rescues, which is why it is also important for most people to spay or neuter their pet. Contrary to popular belief, nearly all dogs rescued from euthanasia at shelters can become beloved family pets and companions, and are being adopted by families every day. Even the biggest dog breeds and the most dangerous dog breeds can make friendly, loving companions.
When you adopt a rescue dog, you can help solve the problem of animal shelter overpopulation. As mentioned, the animal shelters are crowded, and the only humane way to solve this is by either adoption or euthanasia. At the end of the day and due to popular misconception as to which dogs should be adopted, the biggest dog breeds and the most dangerous dog breeds are often put down by euthanasia to make room for other animals simply because a given breed may be popular on a certain day. In fact, depending on your locale, a lot of rescue dogs may be abandoned due to a fad, like chihuahuas, thanks to the popularization by celebrities like Paris Hilton and movies like Beverly Hills Chihuahua.
Thanks to false ideas perpetuated by the sensationalist news media, some of the biggest dog breeds and the most dangerous dog breeds are found locked up in shelters just waiting for a properly educated new owner to give him or her a loving home. You can educate yourself about your adopted dog’s breed and what kind of care your new friend will need so that you can give him or her a second chance at a good life.
1. Machu Pichu
Machu Pichu is a famous ancient Incan ruin, and one that is loved by both historians and conspiracy theorists alike. Often rumored to be a place of ghosts at night, and supposedly influenced by an ancient alien civilization, this once-lost city has a lot of mystery to it that baffles historians and archeologists to this day. Only 500 people are allowed to visit Machu Pichu every day, mainly because of the local wildlife preservation efforts. Continue reading