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Is palo santo safe for dogs

Is palo santo safe for dogs


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Is palo santo safe for dogs and cats?

I have noticed that alot of the people I know are putting holy water in their cats and dogs bowls. My friend says it's safe. She also says not to put it in your kitchen or bathroom. I have never heard of holy water before. Is this safe for them? My friend also told me that you should say the rosary for the protection of your pet. Is it safe to say the rosary for your pet?

I know you can put it in your bathroom for your own protection...but putting it for your pets, I have no idea, I'd have to ask her!

I have noticed that alot of the people I know are putting holy water in their cats and dogs bowls. My friend says it's safe. She also says not to put it in your kitchen or bathroom. I have never heard of holy water before. Is this safe for them? My friend also told me that you should say the rosary for the protection of your pet. Is it safe to say the rosary for your pet?

I know you can put it in your bathroom for your own protection...but putting it for your pets, I have no idea, I'd have to ask her!

Thank you so much.

I believe it would be perfectly safe for a pet, if you know that you aren't leaving your pet alone for any extended amount of time, if you are just sitting down with them in your bathroom, in which case you are not exposing them to much if anything at all.

However, I am not saying to say the rosary for your pets, just for yourself.

The whole thing about saying rosary for your pet is that it is a great way to get them thinking about prayer, and it will make them feel like you care about them.

"And now we are faced with the most terrifying problem of all: the unreasonable man. The man who's logical mind embraces absurdities, the man who says, in effect, 'Why not eat soup from a shoe?' He's a man who demands that society accept his most ridiculous beliefs and acts contrary to his own best interests. How do we guard against this sort of man who constantly seeks the new and exciting, the new challenge, and who has no interest in the things of others?"

Yes. If a human being wants to pray and not interrupt other people, this would be the safest thing to do. But if it isn't convenient for you to pray that often, perhaps the best thing to do is to try not to do it, so that you aren't bothering anybody.

I was reading about a study about prayer (and I don't know how much of it is true) where they studied the effects of a priest going around town in his robes praying. I believe it said something like "It calmed things down" (or something to that effect). I guess it was kind of like a "mild form" of the whole holy water thing.

There's also a Catholic tradition of blessing houses and objects with holy water. I believe it's mostly an urban myth, because there's no scientific studies to back it up. But there's no harm in doing it, as far as I'm concerned.

I wouldn't do it myself, but my mom did some praying last night with water from the faucet and a candle, and she said it was "magical". She also told me that holy water from the church where she's from is safe to use to bless candles. I don't know whether that's really true, but I wouldn't doubt it if I saw it.

A friend of mine's cat always drinks holy water after her prayers, just to be sure. It never bothered me or anything, but I don't think I'd drink it myself. I was kind of hoping it was some crazy thing people were doing to attract their pets.

I used to believe that holy water would protect against any kind of evil, but that has since faded. If anything, it's a placebo effect, and not any kind of cure. I think you're just as likely to get a headache if you say the rosary.

I used to believe that holy water would protect against any kind of evil, but that has since faded. If anything, it's a placebo effect, and not any kind of cure. I think you're just as likely to get a headache if you say the rosary.

That's what I thought too, but my mom told me that the Catholics believe that the water from the faucet would protect against illness. It didn't say a lot about evil spirits though.

I didn't know you could actually buy holy water. I always thought it was just something you made yourself.

I don't know why anyone would do this, but some people who do it believe that the water is from the church itself. You can find it at churches and grocery stores, but if you have a church nearby, you can just ask if they have any extra.

"And now we are faced with the most terrifying problem of all: the unreasonable man. The man who's logical mind embraces absurdities, the man who says, in effect, 'Why not eat soup from a shoe?' He's a man who demands that society accept his most ridiculous beliefs and acts contrary to his own best interests. How do we guard against this sort of man who constantly seeks the new and exciting, the new challenge, and who has no interest in the things of others?"

I don't know why anyone would do this, but some people who do it believe that the water is from the church itself. You can find it at churches and grocery stores, but if you have a church nearby, you can just ask if they have any extra.

If you were really worried about evil spirits, you'd buy a bottle of holy water for the kitchen.

I wouldn't do it myself, but my mom did some praying last night with water from the faucet and a candle, and she said it was "magical". She also told me that