By KilteDKilleR - 15/10/2011 14:02 - United States
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depends on the country, animal, and vet. i live in canada, so getting my rats treated costs me way more than going to the hospital, which is free for me. in the us it depends on your vet and animal, because a common pet like a dog doesn't necessarily require a specialist.
Same. I have 5 cats - 4 that live at home, and 1 that lives at my apartment with me. The one I have here turned 4 months yesterday, and he has been a very sick kitty, and has had to go to the vet a lot. I'm in college, and even though the vet was expensive, I still took him. No matter how bad the weather was, or what it would cost........and it was so worth it!
121, OP said that the dog's problem was a chipped tooth. I think that in this particular circumstance, OP's injury earned priority over the dog's tooth. I know humans can do fucked-up shit, and I also realize that dogs are "man's best friend," but I don't think that we should put other animals on a pedestal above our own species. Color me crazy or insensitive if you like, but I believe that's how it should be. I mean, dogs are capable of pretty rotten shit, too... |the kid|
The awesome feeling when u know ur being loved by you're grandparents!
What did u just say? Sorry but I can't get it, I'm from Sweden and my English is kinda bad . But just try to say this " hej! Jag är en ord märkande liten slyna som gillar att ta den så långt upp i röven att jag inte kan gå på flera veckor , det är en av anledningarna till att jag sitter här och påpekar felstavningar på fml " then who's laughing bitch?
If he sued his grandpa he would be like one of those stupid people who spill hot coffee on their lap at Mcdonalds to make money. Obviously today it's not as easy but suing people over useless things wastes everyones time including the ones in the courtroom. Just sharing(:
Looks like we know who's the favorite... Sorry OP, that sucks