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I have three dogs and a cat. Contrary to popular belief dogs and cats get on very well when brought up together. I originally started off with one dog as my father’s rosh yeshiva told him it would be a great way to teach me responsibility, it worked!
sorry my bad. forgot which one it is, I live in an eiruv area.
I have 3 huge great danes and they cost me around $70 dollars a moth for feeding hardly a set back.
Also I wanted to say shabbos is not as big as problem with pets as people say Rav Wosner paskened to my father that since the animal wants to be petted it is not a problem of muktza, and walking them is only a problem of carrying if thers no eiruv and the lead is not taut.
sundays are great family days. at home we make a barbeque, drink beer and swim. its a great time for the family to catch up and bond together.
for some reason americans love boubon, the rest of the world all prefer scotch its classier and tastier. A single malt scotch is better than any bourbon any day. so if ur entertaining americans bourbon will be the more popular drink, if not, scotch is definately the way to go!