All the links posted alongside the blog itself are very important, and of course i hope you visit them--even if to the exclusion of looking at all those pictures of a now-deceased dog....
Please spend a few minutes at each of the following websites--increase your appetite for the diet and lifestyle that best protects animals, Earth and humankind.
Veganism is an ancient practice, as well as a modern solution, for all the problems besetting our beautiful world. Thanks!
Here is an AWESOME page by a lady that makes it really EASY for us to take a look at what we are doing: http://www.carnism.com/meateaters.htm
http://nutritionfacts.org/ is my favorite daily brain food, in small and easy servings, as most videos are very short and focused. Use the powerful search engine to locate videos summarizing the latest research any health concern or food item, or browse the topics cloud for inspiration.
The most comprehensive study conducted on diet and health: http://thechinastudy.com/
Get an excellent, free vegetarian starter kit from Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. Their website is also an amazing resource: http://pcrm.org/
Bedwetting, diabetes, asthma and much more, are demystified in the FREE "Marketing Milk and Disease" presentation on Dr. McDougall's webpage: http://drmcdougall.com/store_electures.html
An excellent resource, despite an intimidating name, http://www.cancerproject.org/
An interesting movie that is easy to watch: http://www.forksoverknives.com/
A couple of clinics that specialize in healing:
Animals and Earth:
An absolutely must-see film, available free online: http://www.earthlings.com/
And two other AMAZING movies that you can find online:
Our Daily Bread (Nikolaus Geyrhalter)
Home (Yann Arthus-Bertrand)
An overview picture: http://brook.com/veg/