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 Importancia de pets en la educación de los niños, Todo un padrazo
ANAINGE
Posted: 4 May 2011, 20:52
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Aita, beti nire bihotzean
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En la gala en la que estuvo PD la semana pasada recién llegado de Hawaii, habló de lo importante que es para él educar a sus hijos en contacto con la naturaleza y, más concretamente, compartiendo su vida con animales "domésticos".
Recordad que es otro de los que afirma ir por ahí rescatando animales abandonados ( aunque no sé yo quien abandona burros enanos, pero si él lo dice...)
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Patrick Dempsey's Animals Have a 'Profound' Effect on His Kids

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Like many parents, Patrick Dempsey can't pick a favorite among his kids —or his furkids, for that matter. The Grey's Anatomy star has rescue animals by the dozen (literally), including dogs, miniature donkeys, cats, and even a tortoise, but he loves them all equally.

"All of them become part of your family," Dempsey told PEOPLEPets.com at IWC Schaffhausen and Peter Lindberg's "A Night in Portofino" event last week. "They become a part of the kids' lives in a profound way. It's a big extended family."

Having so many animals does require that Dempsey and his family spend lots of time with all of them. "We have the rounds," he said. "We go around and make sure you say hello to everybody during the day. The donkeys, and certainly the tortoise."

Even Dempsey's 4-year-old twin boys, Sullivan and Darby, love the animals. As a parent, Dempsey makes this a priority. He said, "The way of life is really connecting them to the earth and being understanding of what it is and what's it's about — the garden and the land."
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cindirella
Posted: 4 May 2011, 22:00
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Gracias por la nota ANAINGE.

Pero,me pregunto con q tiempo se ocupa este hombre de tanto animal,si nunca pasa en Malibu. smile.gif


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