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We and our dogs, have been in this area for a few years.

We came here to heal from life's extremes.  It is a well earned retirement.

On streets, we have adhered to an on leash walk, with of

course picking up our dog poops.

We even carry an ample supply of small grocery bags, picking

up trash and poops which are not ours.

Shortly after moving to the Lake Chapala area, we had the

heartbreak of losing a very young dog (from a vet product),

and everyone suffered from that loss, including the other dogs.    

Overcoming the above loss of our young dog, we sought to

find peace with a walk, high into the mountains with our dogs.  

Once we reached the area which was without travelers, a good

half hour up, we would unleash our dogs for exercise.

 

Then, in 2016, the worst happened to our family and our souls.  

Our other young dog died after consuming chicken stuffed with

rat poison.   Sadly, there are demented mentally ill souls

in this Lake Chapala area.

This person or people is/are mentally ill and have no control

of themselves.  They are sick and craving this damage they do

to the owners and dogs alike.   Truly, these people are parasites

in paradise.

 

It is a heartache to be sure and has affected the quality of my life.

I will never forget that good natured sweetheart whom we love dearly.

 

In addition to that, the streets are doused with horse crap and

thus we did experience a recent and severe parasite infection for our

dogs.  One way around all the above is a poison muzzle.  This is not

to be confused with the heavy weight leather or metal muzzles.  There

is no need for a sweet animal who is not a threat to humans, to wear

one of those other extremes. 

 

It has been a very long sizing up of muzzles for our one remaining dog

and our/his newly acquired companion. 

 

Surely the muzzle sizing, was a daunting process, and I for all dogs benefit,

would be willing to help you size up your dog for a muzzle which is custome

"modified" to that dogs specific needs which:

Does not restrict his panting.

Does not press against his nose annoying him.

Has an additional soft fore head strap so the muzzle point is able to be

moved further from his nose.

Is good for active frisky fun loving dogs.

 

It is just an offer and I have oh so many muzzles to help you size up your

dogs need, so when you purchase yours off of Amazon, you will know it

is a fit when it arrives, vs one of many muzzles which will stay in a drawer!

Been there, done that.  Not charging any pesos for my helping of others.  

Just a goodwill gesture in the name of safety for our beautiful fur souls.  

This will protect your dog from parasite infection and poison ingestion.

Feel free to contact me via PM.  

 

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How very kind of you to provide this in-depth information.  We lost our dog to the poisoner one week ago and I feel it will be a bit before we are ready to get another.  However, having a proven, comfortable muzzle is a blessing.  Thank you for doing this for all of us.

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29 minutes ago, LifeNo5 said:

How very kind of you to provide this in-depth information.  We lost our dog to the poisoner one week ago and I feel it will be a bit before we are ready to get another.  However, having a proven, comfortable muzzle is a blessing.  Thank you for doing this for all of us.

Your welcome.  If this doesn't make us kinder to one another, we have been poisoned as well.  I believe we are better than that.  We are in a better place than those whose addiction, is to terrorize.  Actions speak loudly, much louder than words. Reaching out is the answer.

I saw your post and ached for you and what your dog went though. You are never really ready to get another.  We did not get to wait, for our remaining dog was essentially on the way out health wise without that comfort, to his mind/health/stomach.  I have never seen an animal grieve as our surviving dog was doing.  That was relieved greatly with the arrival of a new friend. 

Remember: The killer(s) do not reach out, they strike out with hate. People who devalue the lives they are taking are ill. When you minimize the value of life, any life, and replace it with hate, you have truly surrendered to a sickness. 

 

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On 3/5/2017 at 1:29 PM, MEXLC said:

 

We and our dogs, have been in this area for a few years.

We came here to heal from life's extremes.  It is a well earned retirement.

On streets, we have adhered to an on leash walk, with of

course picking up our dog poops.

We even carry an ample supply of small grocery bags, picking

up trash and poops which are not ours.

Shortly after moving to the Lake Chapala area, we had the

heartbreak of losing a very young dog (from a vet product),

and everyone suffered from that loss, including the other dogs.    

Overcoming the above loss of our young dog, we sought to

find peace with a walk, high into the mountains with our dogs.  

Once we reached the area which was without travelers, a good

half hour up, we would unleash our dogs for exercise.

 

Then, in 2016, the worst happened to our family and our souls.  

Our other young dog died after consuming chicken stuffed with

rat poison.   Sadly, there are demented mentally ill souls

in this Lake Chapala area.

This person or people is/are mentally ill and have no control

of themselves.  They are sick and craving this damage they do

to the owners and dogs alike.   Truly, these people are parasites

in paradise.

 

It is a heartache to be sure and has affected the quality of my life.

I will never forget that good natured sweetheart whom we love dearly.

 

In addition to that, the streets are doused with horse crap and

thus we did experience a recent and severe parasite infection for our

dogs.  One way around all the above is a poison muzzle.  This is not

to be confused with the heavy weight leather or metal muzzles.  There

is no need for a sweet animal who is not a threat to humans, to wear

one of those other extremes. 

 

It has been a very long sizing up of muzzles for our one remaining dog

and our/his newly acquired companion. 

 

Surely the muzzle sizing, was a daunting process, and I for all dogs benefit,

would be willing to help you size up your dog for a muzzle which is custome

"modified" to that dogs specific needs which:

Does not restrict his panting.

Does not press against his nose annoying him.

Has an additional soft fore head strap so the muzzle point is able to be

moved further from his nose.

Is good for active frisky fun loving dogs.

 

It is just an offer and I have oh so many muzzles to help you size up your

dogs need, so when you purchase yours off of Amazon, you will know it

is a fit when it arrives, vs one of many muzzles which will stay in a drawer!

Been there, done that.  Not charging any pesos for my helping of others.  

Just a goodwill gesture in the name of safety for our beautiful fur souls.  

This will protect your dog from parasite infection and poison ingestion.

Feel free to contact me via PM.  

 

You obviously love dogs very much, so thank you for this gesture. I am now afraid to take my 2 dogs for a walk in the village or on the malecon. They are always on a leash and love those walks. As much as they would dislike muzzles I am willing to do it for their safety. However, they have flat faces which are very difficult or impossible to put muzzles on. Do you know of any muzzles that work for "smooshie" faced dogs? 

 

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20 hours ago, Joyfull said:

You obviously love dogs very much, so thank you for this gesture. I am now afraid to take my 2 dogs for a walk in the village or on the malecon. They are always on a leash and love those walks. As much as they would dislike muzzles I am willing to do it for their safety. However, they have flat faces which are very difficult or impossible to put muzzles on. Do you know of any muzzles that work for "smooshie" faced dogs? 

 

Message me and we will coordinate to size up your dogs muzzle size.

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