When my little dog was critically ill about eight months ago, he had to be hospitalized at the vet’s. I visited him every day, and gave him one Dorje Shugden blessed rice and also placed blessed rice into his water.
While I was there daily, there was a little dog in the next room that had not eaten for two weeks. The vets could not find out what was wrong with him and the owner was very upset. The owner was there every day, cuddling the dog, and was crying all the time. I then approached her and gave her a blessed rice for her little doggie, which she placed immediately into the dog’s mouth. That was about noon, then at about 2.30 that same afternoon, the owner rushed into my room with a wide smile and told me her little doggie ate some food!! This little doggie was discharged, fully recovered, two days later.
It was also around the same time, that another doggie came into the clinic, with a tumour in the brain and was screaming in excruciating pain and the only thing the vets could do was to place him on a morphine drip. They could not operate as the tumour was in the brain. The owner was totally distraught, she could not bear to see her dog in pain, neither could she make the decision to put the dog to sleep. Once again, I gave her a grain of blessed rice for the dog and within half an hour, the dog passed away peacefully. Though the owner was very sad, she was relieved that her dog did not have to suffer any longer.
And by the way, my own beloved doggie is now perfectly healthy and happy. I still continue to put blessed rice in the drinking water.
By: Linda Wong