The Dong Thread

Sarcasmo

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I'm too busy working, too. I don't take animals to the vet because of diarrhea. Spending $200 so the vet can say "Yep, he's got diarrhea alright" is not my idea of smart money management.
 

Jonny_B

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you're getting fleeced too bub. My vet charges $10 for a visit if nothing needs to be done. There's two of them, and they're both of the "it's better to charge less so animals can get decent care than it is to make myself rich" school of thought.

unlike the former vet, which was more focussed on having live video feeds from the OR (yeah, i want to see that), free coffee, and new flatscreen monitors for the receptionist and staff.
 

zengirl

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$200?!?!??!

HOLY CRAP



Where can I find a vet that cheap?

I think the only time I've ever spent more than $100 at the vet was when I took 3 animals at a time in for yearly wellness checkups, vaccinations and 3 months worth of heartworm meds.
 

Jonny_B

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I think the only time I've ever spent more than $100 at the vet was when I took 3 animals at a time in for yearly wellness checkups, vaccinations and 3 months worth of heartworm meds.
for heartworm and flea meds i use Banfield (at Petsmart) because they price match internet ads.
 

zengirl

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for heartworm and flea meds i use Banfield (at Petsmart) because they price match internet ads.

I took Lu to banfield one time to get her toenails trimmed, cost me $15

I get Sentinel from the vet, it is only $10 a month.
 

APRIL

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On top of changing foods the poor dogs nerves are probably shot which can cause diarrhea too.
 

Thorn Bird

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On top of changing foods the poor dogs nerves are probably shot which can cause diarrhea too.

this is what i was gonna say. why don't you try switching his food for when he's settled and content with his new home? his world's been turned, well, right side up, but it'll take him a bit to get used to it all. poor puppy. poor sarcasmo.


note to self: *pet-free home STILL a good call.*
 

APRIL

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this is what i was gonna say. why don't you try switching his food for when he's settled and content with his new home? his world's been turned, well, right side up, but it'll take him a bit to get used to it all. poor puppy. poor sarcasmo.


note to self: *pet-free home STILL a good call.*

Pussy.


There is something special about a pet that loves you back unconditionally. Children only do that until they are 13. :fly:
 

Thorn Bird

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Pussy.


There is something special about a pet that loves you back unconditionally. Children only do that until they are 13. :fly:

good point.

but when dogs shit all over the place and leave it to ME to clean up, and they need ME to buy their food and take them to the vet and buy their meds and take them for walks in the rain, that is not unconditional. and i already have pets. they just happen to walk on two feet.
 

APRIL

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good point.

but when dogs shit all over the place and leave it to ME to clean up, and they need ME to buy their food and take them to the vet and buy their meds and take them for walks in the rain, that is not unconditional. and i already have pets. they just happen to walk on two feet.

Well pets hope you love them unconditionally back by providing those simple items. We have four cats and only one major vet visit that resulted in several hundred dollars, other than that they are easy.

Wait... cats don't love unconditionally. :mad:

Well dogs are like retarded children; they need that much care. Not every case is like Sarcasmo's.


Sarcasmo-- its just a temporary thing that he is like this unless there is something seriously wrong with his insides. Are you able to contact the foster parents to 'compare results?'
 

Dharma1521

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Well pets hope you love them unconditionally back by providing those simple items. We have four cats and only one major vet visit that resulted in several hundred dollars, other than that they are easy.

Wait... cats don't love unconditionally. :mad:

Well dogs are like retarded children; they need that much care. Not every case is like Sarcasmo's.


Sarcasmo-- its just a temporary thing that he is like this unless there is something seriously wrong with his insides. Are you able to contact the foster parents to 'compare results?'

So i know this is a dog thread but I just want to say that my cat has finally let me pet her. And she actually hangs out with me and the dog now.

She still turns on me every once in a while.

THIS IS HUGE PEOPLE.