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December 02, 2008


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7. Don't buy a pet. I made the mistake of buying a dog in 2000. It turned out that this dog is allergic to just about everything known to dog including cats (its highest allergy - reaction off the scale), 17 different types of grasses, and a dozen or so animal proteins. The first 5 years of her life cost me about $2500 - $3000 per year in vet costs. We are down to about $1000-$1500 per year in vet bills now. No amount of DIY could have saved what I have BLOWN on this dog. The dog doesn't even like me on top of that and it urinates wherever it feels like IN THE HOUSE!!! Now my wife and son won't let me get rid of the d--n thing. Bitter? No, I'm not bitter!!!

There is no way I am brushing my cat's teeth. I have enough scars, thank you.

Feed the pet quality pet food to prevent kidney stones, obesity and overall health.

There is probably a good reason why your dog urinates in the house. Lack of training. There maybe a reason it "doesn't like you" too. It will sense your feelings, and from the way your comment reads, you don't like it to begin with. I am sorry about your vet bills though; sometimes it's difficult to justify the money if you don't care about the animal.

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