Alcoholism amongst domesticated animals

I briefly talked about the issue with depressed animals today I want to take up the growing problem with Alcoholism amongst our four legged friend. Has your animal suddenly changed it's habits? Does your animal smell strangely and are he/she unusually tired? Don't be afraid to ask, and if you feel you need help don't hesitate to contact us..

4 comments:

  1. My cat has begun singing in the shower, should I be concerned?

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  2. Anonymous8:52 PM

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  3. Anonymous3:10 AM

    Hi. nice blog.Hopefully, this does not come across as spam, but rather a heartfelt reach out to the thousands of addicts/alcoholics who struggle every year with relapse and depression, which has become all too common within the recovery movement. With some hard work and self-discipline, using the program mentioned above, I feel no one ever has to relapse again.please advice them to take a drug treament program.

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  4. Now a days every one habituating drugs. But they don't know how dangerous for them.We need to bring awareness about the drugs.
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