Banana or carrot
Pili is named after Pilar, a Spanish woman's name meaning “pillar of strength”. Pili has been tied to a stake for a year by people who used to bully her, but her character is stronger. She was eventually taken from there by a friend of mine who couldn't handle her, and that's how she ended up with me.
Pili is fed vegan because I adopted her to save her from a hopeless situation and I couldn't accept that other animals now have to “live” and die for her in hopeless situations. She currently gets twice a day V-Dog Flakes en Ami Dog chunks and in between I give a lot of varied food, such as beans, vegetables and fruit. The dogs like to eat just about anything, and because the four of us live vegan mainly on discarded fruit and vegetables and a minimal budget, they eat very varied and fresh daily. Their breath never stinks, their excrement composts very quickly.
I live with the dogs (Pili, Lente and Wodan) in a forest so they have a lot of exercise, good air, always fresh groundwater from the well in a bath, and have had to stop hunting. They are lean, but quite muscular and have a lot of energy. They are very fit and playful, and very large and quirky. They have all flowered very well here, with a lot of patience and some scars here and there. ' - Samuel Coppens
Written on 25/07/2020