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    Buddhism is cruel. A moan

    A couple of years back my Golden Retriever got sick. Took her to the vet. Blood test confirmed her kidneys were not working anymore and she'd stopped eating. I asked the vet to put her down. He wouldn't, and wanted to put her on a drip. I pointed out her kidneys weren't functioning and there was no way back, but he was insistent. I go back after 3 days and asked for the dog to be put down again. 'Give me 24 hours more' he asked. I agreed. 30 minutes later whilst driving home my missus gets a phone call, 'Your dog's dead can you come and collect the body?'

    Yesterday my other Golden Retriever had to be rushed to the vets. She'd got like an ulcer/cancer in one of her eyes. Vet gave me some eye drops, twice a day, and told me if no better in a week to take her back and he'd remove the eye. Today her face has swollen up and she can't eat with the pain. The eye's a mess. Too graphic to show pic on here. I ask again 'can you put her down?' Reply was 'Bring her in tomorrow and I'll put her on a drip'. Here we go again.

    How I sometimes really hate these fcukers.

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    Dunno if it's practical for you, but someone recommended this place before for humane vets.

    In Chiang Rai.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Drarn...73551033008771

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Dunno if it's practical for you, but someone recommended this place before for humane vets.

    In Chiang Rai.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Drarn...73551033008771
    Thanks for your reply Cyrille but vets are few and far between where I live. My missus tells me that the local milk cooperative has a vet come around now and again, that could look at my dog, but he also won't euthenise an animal. So what the fcuk happens here in the event a cow gets its leg torn off in a, let's say a traffic accident? Do they just stand and hope it recovers naturally?

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