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    oc, sorry about your father. I understand what you are saying. Again, this is a thread about veterinary treatment and not about my feelings about his death. I can accept his death. I was just disgusted with how the hospital handled it.

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    Big, I don't know where you got that crazy idea, a person would have to have no soul not to love a dog, they're great pets. But they're pets, not mates, not a parent or a child. They're pets, you can get another, you can't get another dad.

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    Michael Vick got only 2 years for murdering dozens of dogs. I would put him away for life or shoot him. He got a Christian treatment here. Somebody would take him out in Soviet Russia though. He would not live for long!

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    Who could have guessed this thread would become one where Big says Russian dogs are better?

    And to say someone is less of a Christian because they loved a pet is just ignorant. I know of churches that still have a day each year where they have a special service each year that you can bring your pet to and it will be blessed.
    I will smash your face into a car windshield and then take your mother, Dorothy Mantooth, out to a nice seafood dinner and never call her again!

    Tell me about it, this morning, I woke up and I shit a squirrel, but what I can't get is the damn thing is still alive. So now, I've got a shit covered squirrel running around my office and I don't know what to name it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Champ Kind View Post
    Who could have guessed this thread would become one where Big says Russian dogs are better?

    And to say someone is less of a Christian because they loved a pet is just ignorant. I know of churches that still have a day each year where they have a special service each year that you can bring your pet to and it will be blessed.
    They love a pet until it gets sick and they have a massive bill to pay or kill it. They give you that option. I am saying I cannot kill it because the bill is simply too high and because its a dog. Others probably feel different. That is all I am saying. These major treatments for dogs are just too expensive for an average American and it seems almost like only the rich have the means to save their dog.

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    So, what we have learned from Big because of the loss of his dog:
    1. Christians are not capable of loving their dogs.
    2. Only rich people can take care of their dogs.
    3. People who show mercy to their animal by having it put down when it is in terrible pain are either poor, unloving or both.

    This might be the most ridiculous, ignorant thread you have ever started, and that's saying a lot. Move on. Your dog is dead. Get over it.

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    No need to put words in my mouth:

    1: Christianity teaches to keep your dog at the pet level and never equal its rights to those of humans. I say its great to treat your dog as an equlal friend in many areas including medicine. If you can cure a dog and let him live a few more years, it is better than putting him down and avoiding the procedure.

    2 Only rich people can spend without a strain the kind of money veterinary hospitals charge for major procedures.

    3. If there is a procedure available to save your dog, it is better to use it than putting the dog down as I already said above. Anything less than that is just an excuse to feel good about yourself.

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    Oh yeah, I think a dog like mine was better than many humans!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oc View Post
    Don't pay her.
    An oldie but a goodie.

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