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    This puppy my family bought a year and a half ago turned out to have a heart condition. Vets said he'd only live until 5, and would be suffering throughout his life. Before buying the puppy, all check-ups, etc were done and we were assured that there'd be nothing wrong with nemo (his name). So when my parents found out he had this condition, naturally they had to give him back and eventually found another healthy puppy.

    I'm just wondering. What will have happened to nemo? Or maybe a better question would be, what tends to happen to terminally ill puppies? Do they simply get put down if no one is willing to look after them? Is there some sort of charity that takes them in?

    I'm really ignorant on this subject, so please enlighten me.
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    Brick + Dog = problem solved.
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    (Original post by Twinport53)
    Brick + Dog = problem solved.
    'Brick' as in the movie? Loved that film, but I don't think showing a dog a film made to entertain humans would solve any problems.
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    (Original post by Twinport53)
    Brick + Dog = problem solved.
    Geordie, of course you're an *******.
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    (Original post by Alrounder79)
    'Brick' as in the movie? Loved that film, but I don't think showing a dog a film made to entertain humans would solve any problems.
    Injection it is then.


    (Original post by blu95)
    Geordie, of course you're an *******.
    And you are such a loser you can't take a joke.

    Nice stereotyping aswell. Forgot the RSPCA was based solely in the NE you fool. No other animal harm in the UK.
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    (Original post by Twinport53)
    Injection it is then.
    Injection for a vaccination? That's good to know, but doesn't really answer my question.
 
 
 
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