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She is not in immediate danger, but she will be much more comfortable if I have this done. Quality of life is important. I think it applies to our pets as well. I am doing it for her regardless of what anyone thinks, but I'm curious. How many of you out there think it's a crazy idea?
Dave002 Dave002 56-60, M 12 Answers Oct 9, 2012 in Health

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As long as you can afford it, you are not crazy.

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for me, yes. But its for you, i would consider it discretionary income though. I spent $1000 bucks on headphones.

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It depends on the age of the pug. I had a friend once whose 15 year old dog got cancer and she spent $5,000 trying to save the dog and it died anyway within 2 weeks afterwards. I am very much a lover of animals by the way and would do anything to help one for the most part if I thought I could.

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She's my pound pug. She was found on the street and spent 10 days at the pound before I adopted her. Don't know her exact age, but best guess is 6 to 8 years age. They do have a long life span.

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Not at all

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If you are crazy, I certainly don't think that is the indication. I take the best care that I possibly can of my pets.

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No you aren't. She's your baby!

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I had to put off little Annie's surgery. She developed kennel cough and a couple of other problems. It just couldn't take the risk. She finally ended up having the surgery in October of 2013. What involved was a procedure to correct an elongated palate, a common problem. In Pugs because of their short snouts. As it turns out the procedure did not fix her breathing problem to the degree I hoped. The doctor misdiagnosed. She has other contributing issues. I've opted not to pursue further surgery. It's not life threatening, so I'll accept it for what it is. No regrets.

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