Why do so many pet owners with seriously sick or injured pets ask people on the internet what they?
should do about their pets? I like answering questions about pet care and I have a great deal of information I have learned over the years of rescuing cats that I am more than willing to share...but I actually dislike going to the pet section in yahoo answers any more as it seems almost every question is either what to do about a sick or injured pet or a pregnant one...my GOSH, what is this workld coming to that people must ask what to do when it is obvious the pet needs a vet...
I agree - similar situation here on HP. Luckily the author took the advice from myself and another hubber. It save the pet's life, but it does make you wonder.
It could have something to do with the economy. More and more do it yourselfers are evolving every day because they can't afford professionals. Same could be true when fluffy is sick. Vets can definitely cost you. So jump online and probably get marginal advice. Not that it's smart, but that's my guess.
I work at a big chain pet store... people bring me sick and injured pets all the time asking what to do. I don't really understand this behavior either, but I invariably tell them the same thing - take them to a vet! The next question is almost always " how much do you think it'll cost?"
by sannyasinman 9 years ago
First your dog, then your kids, then you. Hello NWO!!http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article … z1sfZfDkgT
by Mary Hyatt 6 years ago
Does God listen to our prayers when our pets are sick or injured?I have always wondered if God takes the time to listen to our prayers for a pet. I like to think He does.
by Claire 5 years ago
Why do so many people want to own exotic pets instead of viewing them in their natural habitat?With so many species becoming extinct in the wild isn't it time to stop taking exotic out of it and keeping in cages and houses. Don't you think that they should be left as part of the ecosystem?
by Janice Moses 4 years ago
How many ways can your pet be injured while traveling in your vehicle.
by Shil1978 11 years ago
What are the do's and don'ts of traveling with pets?
by Rebecca Mikulin 12 years ago
I work with the dogs in my local shelter, and as anyone who has ever been in a shelter knows it can be very heartbreaking work. Perhaps worse than some, though, are the animals that had to be given up because their humans' landlord thought they were too big, the people moved and couldn't find a...
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