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#36 - I never knew how Canadian Britain was...hello friends 04/27/2016 on Only brit problems +9
#105 - Husky's need a lot of exercise and stimulation or else they ca… 11/29/2015 on Vet Stories Part 2 +1
#52 - No problem. I'm glad your dogs have a caring parent and I'm ha… 11/29/2015 on Vet Stories Part 2 0
#50 - Issues of possession aren't the easiest to grow out of, they n…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/29/2015 on Vet Stories Part 2 +2
#51 - maxsexington (11/29/2015) [-]
I've had the dog nearly two months now and he is a great deal better. Outside the food thing he a completely gentle and gets on well with the other two. Thanks for the advice and sorry for using u as a cheap vet. Safe to say my dogs get treated better than me. They have warm home,food,insurance, chipped and a big back garden to run around. Again thanks for taking the time to ( what I assume your doing) answer a million pet related questions.
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#52 - janeedwards (11/29/2015) [-]
No problem. I'm glad your dogs have a caring parent and I'm happy to help
#48 - You're right. I'm glad she called and got the right informatio…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/29/2015 on Vet Stories Part 2 0
#62 - anon (11/29/2015) [-]
thing is she was probably aware of it and intended to get its shots but sometimes people just say things funny, especially over the phone.
#45 - I totally understand a agree. It's just frustrating sometimes.…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/29/2015 on Vet Stories Part 2 0
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#46 - tenaciouslee (11/29/2015) [-]
You're right, there, man.

I have a soft spot for animals, and a lot of these do make me want to have sexual relations with a cheese grater, but the questions one makes me think that the owner actually gives a shit about the dog, and not just buying it to have one.
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#48 - janeedwards (11/29/2015) [-]
You're right. I'm glad she called and got the right information. And she did end up taking care of the dog
#62 - anon (11/29/2015) [-]
thing is she was probably aware of it and intended to get its shots but sometimes people just say things funny, especially over the phone.
#40 - I just think they should learn before buying the dog. It's eas…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/29/2015 on Vet Stories Part 2 0
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#42 - tenaciouslee (11/29/2015) [-]
You're not wrong, but at the same time, no one could possibly learn everything there is to know about a dog before hand.

I think questions are healthy, is all I'm saying.
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#45 - janeedwards (11/29/2015) [-]
I totally understand a agree. It's just frustrating sometimes. I've worked at a shelter and it breaks my heart to see confused puppies being dropped off. I'm not asking everyone to be a vet and know everything, but knowing basic care and costs before hand would save a lot of animals
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#46 - tenaciouslee (11/29/2015) [-]
You're right, there, man.

I have a soft spot for animals, and a lot of these do make me want to have sexual relations with a cheese grater, but the questions one makes me think that the owner actually gives a shit about the dog, and not just buying it to have one.
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#48 - janeedwards (11/29/2015) [-]
You're right. I'm glad she called and got the right information. And she did end up taking care of the dog
#62 - anon (11/29/2015) [-]
thing is she was probably aware of it and intended to get its shots but sometimes people just say things funny, especially over the phone.
#37 - Then they shouldn't get one. It's so easy to research or even …  [+] (9 new replies) 11/29/2015 on Vet Stories Part 2 +3
#78 - anon (11/29/2015) [-]
Then its just another animal that would get put down.
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#41 - therealfell (11/29/2015) [-]
usually, the best start is going to the vet and asking
not to someone who may or may not actually properly care for their dog.
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#39 - tenaciouslee (11/29/2015) [-]
But if they were cautious enough to ask questions, doesn't mean you should be a dick about it, just give the number for where they're buying the pet from, or to a vet, and tell them, "Anything you think might be wrong with the dog, call this number, ask questions."

People need to learn, a book is different from a dog.

I agree with researching before hand, but if they're willing to learn, let them get a pet.
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#40 - janeedwards (11/29/2015) [-]
I just think they should learn before buying the dog. It's easier to realize before and not get it than to have to abandon it at a shelter.
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#42 - tenaciouslee (11/29/2015) [-]
You're not wrong, but at the same time, no one could possibly learn everything there is to know about a dog before hand.

I think questions are healthy, is all I'm saying.
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#45 - janeedwards (11/29/2015) [-]
I totally understand a agree. It's just frustrating sometimes. I've worked at a shelter and it breaks my heart to see confused puppies being dropped off. I'm not asking everyone to be a vet and know everything, but knowing basic care and costs before hand would save a lot of animals
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#46 - tenaciouslee (11/29/2015) [-]
You're right, there, man.

I have a soft spot for animals, and a lot of these do make me want to have sexual relations with a cheese grater, but the questions one makes me think that the owner actually gives a shit about the dog, and not just buying it to have one.
User avatar
#48 - janeedwards (11/29/2015) [-]
You're right. I'm glad she called and got the right information. And she did end up taking care of the dog
#62 - anon (11/29/2015) [-]
thing is she was probably aware of it and intended to get its shots but sometimes people just say things funny, especially over the phone.
#31 - She was trying, but she bought this puppy before doing any res…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/29/2015 on Vet Stories Part 2 +6
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#65 - jakotad (11/29/2015) [-]
Paying if it dies depends on the clinic/vet at least around where I live anyway.
#21 - I can understand that, and you're totally right. It just sound… 11/28/2015 on Vet Stories Part 2 +43