• I have had some friends suggest I get rid of my beloved dog. I can't face the idea of being without her.

    Asked by MelMom on Wednesday, August 13, 2014

    I have had some friends suggest I get rid of my beloved dog. I can't face the idea of being without her.

    Is there a danger of having a pet in the house while going through treatment? I see people all the time talking about how their dog helps them get through this and helps them heal, what do you think?

    36 Answers from the Community

    36 answers
    • barryboomer's Avatar
      barryboomer

      Kalindria as I said in another thread NOBODY knows Nothin.....we'll find out maybe after we die or not. Too many know it alls and they don't have a clue either.

      over 4 years ago
    • KPetunia's Avatar
      KPetunia

      I really wonder where your friend got that idea. Pets are wonderful companions. I have never heard such a thing. I have been a nurse for nearly 40 years and the general opinion is our pets do so much for us. Unless you are allergic or something like that, I would not get rid of your pet.
      I have a beautiful, fluffy, goofy, energetic, loving Golden Retriever. I could not stand the thoughts of getting rid of him.

      about 4 years ago
    • KadenKendrick's Avatar
      KadenKendrick

      It’s not like that; you can live happily with your pet without worrying about others and I know how difficult is to spend life without them at certain age. Do one thing, buy good product for your pet to maintain wealth and health from https://www.petcarerx.com/trifexis/22843 . Add protein and nutrients in his regular food for better and quick growth. Take him to the vet for regular checkups. With little care you can spend your whole life with them blissfully.

      almost 3 years ago

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