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Old 04-05-2013, 02:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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heard about this on the radio yestersay, thoughts?

I was listening to the radio yesterday and I heard about this, I can think of many reasons why I dont agree with it but what do you guys think?
The dog was a trained service dog, only 5 years old and in perfect health.

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Old 04-05-2013, 03:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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In general, not necessarily this guy mentioned. If a dog owner can't trust anyone with their dog, or can't trust their dog in incapable hands then yeah i think it's being a responsible dog owner
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Old 04-05-2013, 03:31 PM   #3 (permalink)
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thats a tuff decision, got a friend now eat up with cancer, she had couple rescues one was 12 the one left is 10 the first one when she got it it had to have a surgery, got dropped at vet, back legs were paralyzed over 10yrs. she had a set of wheels. these 2 dogs were her family, they lived like humans. when she had relapse of her cancer came back in the lymph nodes, dogs were able to stay at vet office for free they knew and had been her vet the whole time.
well the 12 yr old went into a deep depression, went in 3wks before christmas, oh yea plus her bladder had to be manipulated 4 times a day, when she got back out of hospital dogs came home bout middle of jan. then end of feb she had to go back in the hosp. the whole time trying to find a permanent home for her, kind of hard 12yr old dog with special needs. bout 2 wks ago the decision was made to put her down and creamated. now that leaves the one still at the vets, the think she's half lab/ half pit bull she looks like a little bulldog but no way does she carry any of those tendencies.
she's still there by herself now her parner for her whole life is gone. the girl has just got back home she's in a wheelchair with tubes runnin all out of her. we're having to lie to her about the dog, she thinks she went to a good home. but we're[meaning everyone in this girls life] thinking is god forbid anything happening to her, but when it does put her down and creamated her and bury them together.

dont think this aint hard, its all women bout 10 in on helping trying to find her a home. and i'm the only dude. with the first i said put her down after christmas dont let her suffer, i feel the same with this if it's the inevitable dont let her suffer do it and be done with it.
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I agree with both of you guys, and surfer that I can definitely understand but its quite a different situation in the story I think. I mean with all the time and money that goes into training a service dog, and considering it was in good health and only five years old, I'm sure it wouldnt be too hard to find an owner for the dog. Especially people that think of adopting a dog but are worried about training or certain behavioral problems, I could see many people jumping at the oppurtunity of adopting a dog trained that well. Not to mention the dog could have helped someone else out as a seeing eye dog.

But surfer I agree with you, I feel that when we pass, all of the dogs we've had over the years will be up there waitin for us haha.
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I guess my first thoughts when I heard that on the radio were a little harsh, but I'm sure that a trained service dog could have easily found a wonderful home or another person that it could have helped with their disabilities. Legally though, there is nothing against what she did and there may have been other reasons behind it that weren't explained in the story.
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wow.. tuff call I think. Last time I heard of this was when the Egyptians did this, and I don't think I liked it even then. Like you say tho, until you walk in their shoes how could anyone really ever say what the correct thing to do is/ was?

I've made the hard calls with my dogs before, we all have. This one is one of those. Too bad tho that some other person didn't get to have an already trained dog to help 'em tho. Thanks for the link and a moment or two to ponder this, "What would you do" thing.

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I guess my first thoughts when I heard that on the radio were a little harsh, but I'm sure that a trained service dog could have easily found a wonderful home or another person that it could have helped with their disabilities. Legally though, there is nothing against what she did and there may have been other reasons behind it that weren't explained in the story.
Same here. I feel the pup could have helped someone else and formed a bond with them. And if your dead your dead not in a coffin with your dead dog. If she believes all dogs go to heaven so she wanted it there when she got there is just way to effed up for me to imagine.


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