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|19th May 2009, 12:48||#46|
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Yes this is the decent thing to do - just consider how you would feel if you were served your meals and water from dirty plates and glasses.
the people (attendants) at home should always be taught this - and periodic checks are necessary - I do this all the time because typically the feeling is that after all he/ she is a dog, they wont mind the unwashed plate - thats why I constantly check or my wife checks or my mum and dad check on this aspect. Most important.
|19th May 2009, 14:40||#49|
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Hey Vinay, Sorry to hear about your friend.
I lost my golden retriever in decemeber and I know exactly how you would feel. Just be brave & think about the good times you spent together.
I am sure they are all playing up in doggy land up there !!
The only consoling thing I find is when a dog peacefully passes away.I have seen some pets struggling and battling it out for weeks. Its a nightmare for the animals. The best thing to hapen to any pet if he/she dies is that they should go away peacefully without any pain.
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