Monthly Archives: February 2016

I Find Beneful To Be The Best Premium Dog Food

Have you put any thought into what you are feeding your pet? I know that I didn’t think twice about it when I first got my dog. She was a puppy, so I fed her puppy food. Then, I fed her whatever kind of dog food was least expensive. I remember buying this really cheap dog food that looked like cardboard when I poured it into her bowl. That was when I realized how much responsibility I have when I go to get my dog food at the store. I felt terrible for buying that cheap food for her, and I vowed to never do it again.

What To Buy When You Care

When you actually care about your dog, you should consider what is in the food that you are buying for the animal. Would you want to eat something that was made of cheap ingredients and probably tastes like dirt? Your dog will thank you if you pay close attention to what you buy for their meal. I found this article about premium dog food companies on the Daily Herald’s website. It talks all about how premium dog food companies buy high quality ingredients for their foods, and the premium companies go out of their way to make sure that the food tastes good.

Beneful is the brand by Purina that I decided to buy for my dog. After doing research on different brands, I found Beneful to be the best. It is prepared in a conscious manner with high quality ingredients. These ingredients contribute to a pet’s well being. You will certainly notice a difference in your dog’s behavior when you start feeding Beneful to your dog.

My dog perked up significantly when we switched from the cheap food to Beneful premium foods. It seemed like I had a new dog all of a sudden because she ate all of her food, and she always wants to play now. Beneful might have changed her life. Who knows, Beneful probably added years onto her life! To read the full article from the Daily Herald, go to this link.


Russian Bombing Should Concern Europe States George Soros

The continued Russian bombing campaign in Syria has caused myself no small measure of concern, a view I have discovered is shared by hedge fund manager George Soros. The legendary hedge fund manager credited with devaluing the British Pound in 1992 has written an article detailing his views on why Russian President Vladimir Putin should not be trusted as an ally of western democracy. The article for Project Syndicate explains the economic pressure Russia is now facing, and goes on to detail the collapse of the European Union would be of great economic benefit to the Russian nation.
George Soros is a legendary figure amongst financial experts for the Forbes estimated $24 billion fortune he has built over the course of a hedge fund career lasting over 40 years. Over the course of his career the hedge fund manager saw a consistent rise in value for his hedge fund averaging over 20 percent each year. Despite his vast wealth, George Soros has been a powerful figure in U.S. politics over the course of the 21st century for his role in electing Democratic Presidents.

I was unaware of many of the economic problems Russia is facing in the coming years, but George Soros makes a strong case for Russia now looking to force the destruction of the European Union through the ongoing refugee crisis. Soros expresses a view on Forbes I share that Vladimir Putin is not a long term strategist, but is now looking to the short term for a way out of the financial mess his country finds itself in. The refugee crisis has been worsened by the prolonged bombing of civilian targets in Syria, which Putin now sees as placing immense pressure upon the European Union and places its entire future under threat.

In my view the article by Soros is correct in offering criticism of German Chancellor Angela Merkel for the weak leadership she has shown in the current situation affecting Europe. Vladimir Putin has been welcomed for his support of the war against ISIS by leaders across Europe and the U.S., but his role has now been questioned by Soros for the real reasons he continues the fight. Lowering oil prices around the world are combining with economic sanctions introduced after the invasion of Ukraine will damage the Putin image within Russia. The strength of Russia is largely built upon the powerful image Putin has created around the world, which would be damaged beyond repair if a recession were to strike the country.